Today’s book: By Nicholas Alan Cope. LA Architecture.
Work by Olve Sande, 2013.
Stone Compositions by Luuk Van Den Broek.
“About thirty percent of natural stones are crushed for industrial use as the underlayer for tarmac roads. What a loss of the beauty produced by all those millennia, Luuk van den Broek thought. His Atmospheric light sculpture is a way to use the pieces of waste stone with their natural beauty intact. The different types of stone collectively form an architectonic composition, reminiscent of high buildings in the light of dusk. The diversity in translucence and reflection of the material combine to form a playful and atmospheric whole, the rounded shape results in a continuous stream of patterns in the stone. A fragile iconic object, surrounded by a soft glow of light.”
My dear friend Elin Eplet Sandström started a new blog here at Odalisque yesterday. You are very welcome! She’s an illustrator and student at Graphic Design and Illustration at Konstfack. I’ve showed you her work before, and she’s the most talented illustrator that I know. So, I’ll recommend you to follow her work and inspiration at her blog, Eplet.
Saint Laurent’s new flagship store in Paris. Black and white marble at it’s best.
Today’s book: Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec - Drawing.
Artwork Closet by Evan Holloway.
Remembering my old hair styles. This is my Star trek-style, as my friend Anna call it.
Work by Hasse Nilsson at Noir Sthlm.
Work by Moley Talhaoui.
A Mirror Darkly by Nick Ross. I had a look at his master examination at Konstfack some weeks ago during their examination week. I’ve seen his other work before, so I figured I had to see this mirror project too. You can read more about his work here.
“Some historians believe that small ceramic bowls may have been used to contain water which could be used as table top mirrors during the late Stone Age. A Mirror Darkly by Nick Ross is a contemporary expression of that first man-made mirror.” Read more here.
Since I started working with rugs I’ve become obsessed with finding my own. Last summer I won one from Lauritz that I love. Today I came across one more for my hallway. When everything else in my home tend to be mostly black, white and grey, I like to add some warmth to it. If it doesn’t fit, it will be a gift for my mum and dad.
Architecture photography by Nicholas Alan Cope.
Today’s scent: Black by Comme des Garçons.
My dear illustrator friend Elin eplet Sandström made this poster for our exhibition that starts next week at school. We are about to build some kind of pavilion outside of Konstfack. You are very welcome to the opening on Thursday starting at 4 pm.
String Lights for Flos by Michael Anastassiades.
Collection Just Black for Marsotto Edizioni by several designers such as Jasper Morrison, Naoto Fukasawa and Claesson Koivisto Rune.
My classmate Hannes Tennberg just updated IBEYOSTUDIO’S garage/entrance door.
My hanger is now available at Mimmi Staaf’s online shop!
Pictures by Mimmi’s partner Joakim Johansson.
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