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DØG by Michael Paukner.
Brown uses advanced mathematics to generate organic depictions of imaginary plants that continuously grow, producing new buds, blossoms and stalks. As soft, organic digital images, these generative flowers will continue to develop and grow over the course of the exhibition.
Decode: Digital Design Sensations
In partnership with SAP
8 December 2009 – 11 April 2010
Gerry Villareal is an art director and designer working across advertising, furniture, identity, packaging publication and retail, with a resumé that includes Emigre, Baron&Baron, Apple and Visionaire.
“His work displays an elegant simplicity that is a result of careful deliberation and editing. To Gerry, achieving simplicity involves a reductive process: to distill an idea or concept to its essence and to build from there. It comes from a desire for clarity—a big differentiator in the increasing complexity of our world.”
For their 2009 Christmas card, London based design agency KentLyons commissioned a 50cm² twelve pointed Moravian star to be hand carved from ice and left it to melt over 15 hours. The whole process was documented on Polaroid film and the results sent out as cards to their friends.
I am not normally keen on leather bags but there is a lot to like about these bags from Julius, the Japanese fashion label run and designed by Tatsuro Horikawa. It must be something about the combination of raw styling, soft buttery leather and chunky metal hardware that does it for me.
Designed by Anton Schnaider, this has to be the ultimate umbrella for those, like me, who are fed up with the excessive rain we have been having lately here in good old Blighty.
To22 created something nearly perfect. A continuous ring, delicately proportioned, beautifully polished and seemingly flawless. There is only one tiny imperfection. A speck, no larger than a piece of dust.
At a glance, it is barely noticeable. Upon close examination, it appears intentional and more clearly defined. Only magnification reveals the actual object set within the miniature interior.
It is a model of the known universe. Inspired by the writing of Stephen Hawking and loosely based on the anthropic theory, it puts our daily pursuits into perspective and reminds us that we are always a part of something bigger.