I bet these unusual – [really UNUSUAL] – sculptures and street art designs would inspire you to travel and see them in person. I know I do now!
Last month I went to see Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (MET) in New York City. It wowed me! This is why:
Something has happened to the bicycles of New York City. Continue reading
I woke up this morning with an itch to write about Tibor Kalman.
Inspired by my recent book purchase Tibor Kalman: Design and Undesign, I thought I should definitely share my new graphic designer finding.
Kalman was, perhaps, the only designer whose work was very controversial for the 80s design community, because no one talked – through type and design – about sex, AIDS, politics and racial issues as openly and graphically as Kalman did. Continue reading
I’ve been always interested in fashion, especially in the history of the fashion design. I appreciate a great design in everything – from interior design to the editorial design. [I wouldn’t mind working in the magazine design after I finish my certificate program in the graphic design at the School of Visual Arts and Fashion Institute of Technology, where I’m current enrolled.] One of the privileges of living in the city like NYC is the exposure to the unique art and design events – from the art shows to the film festivals, which I often talk about.
One of the most recent events that I went to was the “Shoe Obsession” exhibit organized by the Museum at Fashion Institute of Technology that just wrapped up on April 13. Continue reading