Is the wind an accessory? It should be. Vanessa Jackman one of our favorite candid fashion photographers caught Elena Perminova in Tuileries, Paris by the flip of the wind.
Weaving digital imagery out of digital collages of vintage photos has allowed artist, Ashley Edwards to comment on social topics while avoiding the dryness of self explanation. Her work leads to admiration, for face value or love for a colorful play on words. Our favorite has to be a cheeky titled, Explosives Are Fun.
Australian fashion week is upon us and how better to welcome it with a shout out to the kaleidoscope pattern master himself, Josh Goot. his spring 2012 collection is available at M’ODA ‘OPERANDI, the fashion brain child of Áslaug Magnúsdóttir and Lauren Santo Domingo.
The month of May bring’s Gemini to play. Illustration by Autumn Kimball .
ANA KRAŠ a serbian born designer creates the most colorful, original, and spell binding lamps called bonbons. The geometric metal forms are meticulously wrapped in naturally dyed silk thread. This young creative seems to fly right below the radar of mainstream design, just how she likes it. Her lamps are hand created by wrapping thread tightly together [...]
Taking time to look for creatives but be creative has become the life blood of Design Tonic. As editor you love and loath finding peers that create something mesmerizing, perhaps reflective of a conversation in your own head. As an artist myself, I find it a constant struggle to produce, produce, produce. In my experience [...]
Peter Madden is an Auckland-based collage artist who creates heavily detailed, surreal microcosms that seem to leap out of their two-dimensional frameworks. Madden, toils away with old issues of National Geographic and an exacto knife, freeing colorful birds from there pages. Using positive and negative space composition his mosaics taunt the eye. Madden’s spindly chairs [...]
High waist makes for visually longer limbs. Loving the two boys in the background with no idea they are in the presence of chic mastery.
Pret-a-Surf founders Jillian Demling (Entertainment Editor at Vogue) and Karen Mulligan (Studio Manager for the photographer, Annie Leibovitz) met over 10 years ago working on a photo shoot. While shopping for a surfboard and clothing for surf camp in Costa Rica, they were frustrated by the lack of product in the market place. Nothing met [...]