Thank you to Design Faction exhibition curator Kasia Jezowska for sending me pictures of the book where my Urban Dolls project can be seen too. This great On Show book about temporary design fairs, special events, and art exhibitions could be purchased from amazon for around £38.Thank you Kasia! _More
This time I want to share with you few pictures that I took of my work published in the Ultrabody book. Alongside my designs, you can also find another 207 interesting works exhibited in Milan. The book can be purchased for €28 from this page. _More
This week I have received a lovely surprise – A PRESENT – a poster from a graphic designer Ryan Dixon, who has exhibited his piece PISTOLS PACKING PUNKS in Imaginary Menagerie exhibition, I wrote about in October 2011.
Today I am trying to organise the threads I have got and did’t realise that there are so many of them! To simplify the things, I am arranging them by colour. And how should I choose the colour scheme for my new piece?
Life is not easy for Libra… _More
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…
Thank you to Tamara Martin from Neo2 magazine including me in their Dec’10/Jan’11 issue. The article is published in MODA section on the page 32. As the article is written in Spanish and I can’t read, the only thing I can add – it looks great!
I wanted to share with you a picture I have received from Kasia Jezowska. Kasia’s curated Design Faction exhibition (my Urban Dolls project is part of this touring exhibition) had a huge success in Lodz Design Festival 2011, and Kasia was asked to show her exhibition once again, but this time in another town of Poland – Cieszyn. The exhibition was on 3-12 February 2012 in Zamek Cieszyn. Thank you Kasia, due to this event I had a record high my website views.
I think to most of us Nokia associates with nostalgia. First phone, first sms… Today Design Museum is opening its door and invites its visitor to a journey back and to a coming future. By the way , the first mass-market phone Nokia 1011 is celebrating its 20th anniversary! Happy birthday!
Few shots from the exhibition opening night + New Lumia 800 phone.