Many of you asked for it and here they are. We just put up some of our favorite pieces from the “Los Angeles, I’m Yours” show online for sale.
The official “Los Angeles, I’m Yours” shirts in women’s and unisex styles.
Beautiful hand-painted and acid etched vintage glass vases by Chris Bettig
Jason Schwartzman’s Coconut Records Tote with limited edition 7″ white vinyl
Last but not least, Tim Biskup’s hand-painted vintage lamps.
If you do, then this is the hotel for you next time you find yourself in Brussels. Pantone, the color authority, and the maker of Pantone color swatches that’s right by your computer on your desk is responsible for this hotel.
Seeing the photos of the Korean Pavilion at Shanghai World Expo blew me away! The pavilion was designed by Korean architectural firm, Mass Studies with the theme of ‘convergence’ in mind. It’s an amalgamation of ‘sign’ (Korean written language) and ‘space’: signs become spaces, and spaces become signs.
The exterior of the building is made up of 3 dimensional sculptures of the Korean alphabets, Hangul. The positive and negative spaces created by the geometric shapes of the letters invite the audience to interact with the space of the pavilion as well as the system of signs, the language of Korea. What better way to introduce Korea than with the language of Korea itself?
Seeing this building reminded me of the Upcycled Street Banner Bags that we introduced from Korea. The overwhelming popularity of the bags surprised us at first but it’s easy to see the universal appeal and beauty one finds in language, the geometry of lines and spaces.
Recently, I’ve been really fascinated by all things corrugated cardboard box – What’s not to love? They’re cheap, light, environmentally friendlier than chopping down trees, and super strong.
Check out these beautiful honeycombed structured furniture by UK based Lazerian Studio