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Comme des Garçons Spring 2014 Ready-to-Wear
Jul 20, 2014 / 17 notes

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Comme des Garçons Spring 2014 Ready-to-Wear

Jul 20, 2014 / 239 notes
Jul 20, 2014 / 329 notes

Watching Details Move Through Time at Anrealage

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Watching Details Move Through Time at Anrealage | The Cutting Class. Anrealage, AW12, Tokyo.

Anrealage, AW12, Tokyo.

In the same way that some of the Futurist artists used stuttering lines to indicate speed and movement, Japanese label Anrealage was able to give the impression of blurry human movements, seen as though captured through the passing of time for the Autumn-Winter 2012 collection.

At first some of the garments trick the viewer into believing the photos are out of focus, with exaggerated silhouettes enhanced using prints and patterns that blur on the edges. However the effect is created through carefully considered print placements and precise pattern cutting.

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Jul 17, 2014 / 95 notes

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Yasuhito Kimura’s presentation at ITS Europe 2014

Inspired by the hardworking Japanese businessmen.

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Kwak Jiyoung by Donald J
Jul 13, 2014 / 207 notes

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Kwak Jiyoung by Donald J

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Munsoo Kwon SS15.
Jul 12, 2014 / 191 notes

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Munsoo Kwon SS15.

Jul 11, 2014 / 903 notes

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Artist Zimoun Creates a Storm of Styrofoam in a Swiss Museum 

36 ventilators, 4.7m³ packing chips

Motors, metal, styrofoam, nylon, wood, controlling system. Dimensions: variable.Installation view: Art Museum Lugano, Switzerland, 2014

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Sun Feifei for Fat Magazine SpringSummer 2014 | Hugh Lippe
Jul 5, 2014 / 475 notes

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Sun Feifei for Fat Magazine SpringSummer 2014 | Hugh Lippe

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The future of Japanese design is not about creating better solutions, it’s about searching for better questions.
Jun 23, 2014 / 2 notes
Art is an expression of an individual’s will to society at large, one whose origin is very much of a personal nature […] Design, on the other hand, is basically not self-expression. Instead it originates in society. The essence of design lies in the process of discovering a problem shared by many people and trying to solve it.
Kenya Hara, Designing Design. (via givedesignachance)
Jun 13, 2014 / 8 notes