Sahara Ray x NOE Undergarments.
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Born: Kielce (Poland), 1944
Study and apprenticeship in Israel
Lives, works in New York and Poland
Head and Coordinator of Ceramic Department,
Parsons School of Design, New York 1985-2004
Professor at Bergen National Academy of the Arts (KHiB)
Top- The Last Supper
All- Porcelain Carpet
Photographed by James Steeves
Location: West Pennant, Nova Scotia, Canada
The Howard House was conceived as land art for an art historian and a family of four. It is a 12 ft by 110 ft wall which formalizes the line between the cultural landscape of the fishing cove to the east, from the natural landscape of the wild ocean to the west. An absolute, horizontal datum line at the top-of-concrete mirrors roof line and ground line in elevation. The east facade feels paper-thin and vulnerable, while the windward west facade puts its muscular shoulder to the wind with a concrete bump. The narrow prow-like south end of the house fronts on the bay.
Built for an extremely tight budget, the house was initially taxed as a boat shed.
Biwei Pan | http://behance.net/8g1b
"It’s a simple system created to help people make a sofa or a dormette from their own latex mattress. Photoed by Biwei Pan. Modeled by Hugo Dabin."
Graduated from China academy of art, Biwei has been studying and living in France for 3 years. Biwei is interested in reading and swimming and his motto is “Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless — like water”.
Artist Cesar Santos’ paintings seemingly bring the works of masters – from the Renaissance to the nineteenth century to Modernism – together, juxtaposing their styles one on top of the other.
Realising the Intangible: Protecting the Creative Process.
The concept is inspired by the physical process of seeing an idea take shape and form, from conception and development of something abstract to the final tangible product. Intellectual property law helps to protect creations of the mind by granting exclusive rights to intangible assets. Acapo helps those creators formulate, realize, protect, and sell their ideas, advising them every step of the way. With the same desire to visually bring abstract ideas to the tangible, the concept, in addition to a unique illustration style and color palette, uses photography and copy writing to bring Acapo’s services and products to a more visible human element.
CreativeDirector: Endre Berentzen
Senior Designer/Art Director: Eric Amaral Rohter
Project Manager/Consultant: Robert Dalen
Designer: Filipe Ferreira
Designer: Sindre Holm
Photography: Magne Sandnes