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Tag Archives: Milan
A page from the full trend report on next season, autumn winter 2018, for sale at Patternbank. The preview is tiny, but radiant.
A photo sent to me by Lasut en Braun, interior architects, based in Amsterdam. An illustration of a room divider, a subject they tackle in the new magazine I am working on at the moment. They caught the … Continue reading
I live in an archive. A collection of stuff that somehow caught my eye and spoke to me. The record I bought at a flea market, because it reminded me of my childhood. When I was a girl about … Continue reading
My trip to Milan was an unexpected inspiration. Instead of visiting the indoor expo of the Salone del Mobile, I spent most of my time outdoors, walking. Spring has conquered Italy, and the air was flowing in a warm breeze, scented with fresh … Continue reading
Last night I came back from a short trip to Milan. Two nights, jampacked with impressions of art, Italian lifestyle and design. If anything for inspiration traveling is always a good idea. Here’s a photograph I took on Via Tortona … Continue reading
First thing today: Visit that large regional market, just around the corner, for a true Milan fix 🙂
Where my trip to Milan meets the new car blog. A Beetle taken apart and regrouped. It’s the work of Mexican artist Damian Ortega, seen in a former Pirelli hangar, now contemporary art space HangarBicocca in Milan. Other work by Ortega: Reminding … Continue reading
Striking portraits by Rachel Dubbe. After a succesful carreer in commercial photography Dubbe embarked on a journey making some work of her own. “(…) a balancing act between present and past, tranquillity and spontaneity, chance and perfectionism, resulting in cheeky … Continue reading