by MISS MOSS One of my favourite shows from the recent Spring 2012 collections was the "new" Kenzo - which was recently taken over by creative directors Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, the geniuses behind Opening Ceremony.
I'm completely mesmerized by Janet Echelman's massive moving net sculptures. Her colorful projects draw inspiration from ancient craft and modern technology, using machine and hand woven UV-
In the large city of Taichung, Taiwan, what was once known as a military dependents’ village is now called the Rainbow Village. 86-year-old Haung Yung-Fu has covered every square inch of wall space in colorful paintings.
Lulie Wallace is attracted to all things alien, where upon closer inspection, objects are distinguished by their uniqueness and character. Her 'aliens' take form in a lime green tabletop, a magenta shadow, or in vibrant teal greenery.
Remember Mamika, the superhero alter ego of photographer Sacha Goldberger's grandmother Frederika? Well, now she's back but with a new sidekick and love interest: Mister Papika! They make a mighty fine duo if I must say myself.
As an avid lamp collector, I about died when I saw these carved lamps made from dried gourds by Calabarte. Gourds from Senegal are meticulously hand drilled, allowing light to shine through the fine patterns. Absolutely stunning.
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Artist Alberto Sevesto has followed up his beautiful Disastro Ecologico series with another set of amazing high speed photographs. This time around a Lego surfer is catching wicked blue ink waves! Super cool, dude.