Visual delights

Visual delight #13 / Origin and translation

Posted in Uncategorized by Nanna Munnecke Barlby on June 25, 2010

PATTERNS
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Graphic !
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NEWS // Japanese design wizz Eley Kishimoto just published these unique books covering here process and inspiration. Her store in Le Marais is truly the most inspiring place – playful fashion and graphic excellence.

Small graphic details in Kishimoto’s patterns makes them contemporary with strong links to
the traditional kimono patterns

+ Texture
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Phyllis Galembo’s photographs from 2004 with people in trad. costumes used for performing rituals around the world mainly africa sparked associations to contemporary fashion

Phyllis Galembo – Ngar Ball Traditional Masquerade Dance, Cross River, Nigeria, 2004
Photos

Walter Van beirendonck’s FW2003 collection Aesthetic Terrorist

Chanel FW2010

& Silhouette
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Phyllis Galembo – Ngar Ball Traditional Masquerade Dance, Cross River, Nigeria, 2004
Photos

Victor and Rolf spectacular show ‘Russian doll’ where the model was layered with garments each building a new shape


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Visual delight #13 / Football galore

Posted in Uncategorized by Nanna Munnecke Barlby on June 10, 2010

Experience
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Adidas Match Tracker
Tracking UEFA games – its a great experience visually
Wonder how it works for fans…

Hopefully it will be a part of their World cup campaign

TEAM INFO

PLAYER INFO

Match Tracker

Another competitor for info galore attention could be:

MINT design studio World cup Visualizer
The design studio made it a challenge to launch this before the World cup and claim they will make it…

Update LivePitch available for the Ipad on Itunes

Mint digital

They are both post game experiences…
So realtime and part of the TV experience … World cup 2014 maybe
(Or London olympics)

Visual delight #12 / Extended life

Posted in Uncategorized by Nanna Munnecke Barlby on June 8, 2010

Extended life
Artists and architect students breathe new life to condemned houses in Detroit
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The Ice House
An aesthetic, tactile and story dense project. Documentation the process and final result, looking at the transformation of the house well as the neighborhood. Great mix of aesthetic and anthropological perspectives.

IceHouse

Home Lab
Students made a Lab for full-scale experiments in this $500 property

Core77

Update – Feral house

Detroit houses otherwise photographed by James Griffioen – Thanks David

Feral house

Feral House #7

Visual delight #11 / Negative space

Posted in Uncategorized by Nanna Munnecke Barlby on June 1, 2010

Uncontrolled
Sinkhole in Guatemala

Controlled
Sculptor Robert Wilson ‘Turning the place over’ Liverpool 2007

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