Louis Lander Deacon is a 19 year old photographer based in London. He has just finished his foundation degree in art and design and is about to go to London College of Fashion to get a BA in Fashion photography. His ‘Dreamer’ series started due to a dream. The dream of being able to levitate, to be weightless.
One constant of the outpouring of grief over the death of Steve Jobs has been modified Apple logos, including creative use of apples in front of Apple stores. What few realize is that this capacity to fiddle with Apple's most recognizable bit of brand identity, and at the same time not lose any of that identity, speaks to the power of even the simplest element of what the Apple brand is.
Need some branding inspiration? Then head to the movies. The best brands in the world aren’t built on great products, they’re built on great stories. In this three-minute emotional marketing lesson video, emotional marketing expert Graeme Newell reveals the seven story plots that can change a brand from an impersonal pitch to a transcendent human drama.
Constructed entirely from 20,000 dark brown wooden blocks, the repetition of these elements to form the installation stand as an expression of the artist's attempt to gain control within the family structure.
Danii Jiwaan gazes out her window overlooking New York’s East River. Across the water, the lights of Brooklyn suspend like fireflies in the night air. Danii stands for a moment, then remembers her dinner party guests are arriving within the hour.
Dolce & Gabbana's spring/summer 2013 runway show had barely finished parading on the catwalk in Milan on Sept. 24 when the luxury fashion brand found itself generating buzz ... less for the clothes than for the accessories — specifically, the earrings dangling from the models' lobes. Depicting an African American woman's fruit-carrying head as earrings smacked of colonialism to some, and just plain offensive to others, and not just women and people of color...
New York-based designer Louis Lim has integrated a hidden storage unit into a circular bench for ’round&round’. The wooden furniture piece is in the form of a semicircle, as the solid wooden boards conceal a continuous triangular drawer. When one side is pushed, the opposite end reveals the central hollow parts.
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