Don’t you need this amazing marble surfboard by Alexander Wang and an Australian surfboard brand Haydenshapes. Creating 5 mable surfboards for his Cage installation at his flagship on 103 Grand Street in New York. Haydenshapes founder Hayden Cox personally crafting every surfboard by hand. Photos were made of the marble, then digitally printed onto the boards for one of a kind designs. They won the award Hypto Krypto model of Surfboard of the Year More information here.
Hussein Jarouche, the owner of Micasa, a furniture and object store located in São Paulo, and his girlfriend, interior decorator Ana Strumpf, visites New York for about 4 times a year. And when he get there he sleeps in his 87 m2 loft in Chelsea. Creating a space full with design, art and new ideas. Making a patchwork of old plates of brass lamps on the ceiling, hanging different kinds of animals on the wall, industrial objects (chairs, stairs and display cabinet) and of course a lot of art by Alex Katz, James Rosenquist and Damien Hirst.
Highsnobiety teams up with the Berlin-based illustrator Uli Knörzer for some amazing images. Creating beautiful sketches of the best looks of Paris | New York | London Fashion Weeks. Capturing movement, expression and emotion. View these streetstyle reports..
For their next fall collection 2013 Valentino went Dutch, asking the photogapher duo Inez Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin to capture internationals beauties (like Maud Welzen, Kati Nescher, Magdalena Jasek, Irina Kravchenko, Sam Rollinson) in a real life version of the Golden Age of Flemisch portraiture.
The picture, taken at the Pier 59 Studios in New York, show the classic still-life elements, like a Delfs blue vase withs, grapes, old objects, and plumed bird, but to mix it up a bit the red pumps are thrown in.
DIFFA, Design Industries Foundation Fights AIDS, launched their annual tour of Dining by Design in New York. This event is their main foundation fundraising platform. The designers that made this fantastic entrance of the event are; Input Creative Studio and Clark Gaynor Interiors.
The entrance is inspired by the illness and fighting it; the journey of an AIDS victim. It’s saying; “light at the end of the tunnel”. ´The two hundred and seventy two light bulbs create an abstracted mirror above, making the cause relatable as viewers look up and see their own reflection. Powerful yet nostalgic, the design pulls one in to reflect, literally and figuratively, on the cause.´
2 Gypsies is a collection of keepsakes hand crafted in New York City. Created by Amy Fraser and Jason Woodside. 2 Gypsies pieces are inspired by inside jokes, pillow forts, front steps and back porches.
See their collection here and buy their beautiful gypsie jewelry.