As you probably already know from my earlier posts, my work URBAN DOLLS is currently exhibited at Ultrabody exhibition in Milan. Look for OVERCOMING THE BODY section, as this is where you can find me. _More
Necklace Dituva. Hand made by Vilma.
Hair band Sviestinis hand made by Vilma.
Necklace with silver plated chain. Hand made by Vilma.
Necklace created by Vilma Vaiciule.
Today I want to share with you the logo I have created more than two years ago, and for some reason it wasn’t posted in my blog.
Kovo 8 (in Lithuanian – 8th of March) and Su Kovo 8 (in Lithuanian – With 8th of March). I really liked the way KOVO reads and that such a short word has two Os, that perfectly creates ‘hidden’ eight.
I’m so happy that I still got the memories of 8th March and how it was celebrated in LTSR times. When men carrying red tulip bouquets were filling the streets, and like blood river beds were floating grey concrete pavements, which later stopped by the blocks of flats and disparred in them. Tulips and only red tulips…
And who is that lucky man?
How exciting is that! Our 100 A0 billboard posters designed for LCC (London College of Communication) summer shows 2011 have arrived! Aren’t they fab? The colours look amazing. One is brighter than another… Looking forward to see them going up. Not long to wait.
Today in the studio we did a quick exercise to mark this nice today’s date:
20 10 2010. Here are my versions.
Studio Myerscough was asked by MA Curating course (Kingston University) to help with the design for their Made in Kingston show at Tent London 2010. Morag has came up with this colourful idea. I’ve spent two days with the students painting the type on the walls and back in the studio working with Morag on the rest of the graphics.
It is getting more and more difficult to define a concept of contemporary beauty. In urban society, where the hunt for perfection begins at an early age and modified ‘plastic beauties’ wave from the covers of glossy magazines, humanity’s struggle for perfection appears almost limitless.
This is my Contextual Report for my final year project. In this paper, I propose that there is no need to undergo expensive, psychologically and physically painful procedures in finding your perfect look. Essential parts of the human psyche – confidence and self-esteem – could be easily lifted and ‘healed’ not just by a few cuts and stitches made by the surgeon, but also by through various design contexts and practises.