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Monday, 22 November 2010
I love lots of things about this mag. I love the faded choice of colours. I love the way it looks like it came from the 50's. I love the imagery. I love the way it looks like a fanzine and I love the way it's title has adopted a drop shadow! Not sure I would be very interested in reading it though unless I grew a willy! More here.
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Friday, 19 November 2010
O.k so I'm back to blog world after spending some time out camping in my studio while trying to wrap up my projects for final hand in... and then spending some much needed time in the sack recovering!
Above are some images from fashion turned African photographer. She didn't turn into an African. She's from Amsterdam but lately decided to go snapping in Africa where she captured some seriously inspiring snaps. Check out more of her work here.
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Friday, 5 November 2010
Masashi Kawamura has designed a range of ‘T’ shirts inspired by the silhouettes of five famous typefaces. Helvetica, Caslon, Baskerville, Courier and Cooper Black have been used as the inspiration for his designs, produced in collaboration with fashion designer Itaru Yonenaga...
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Monday, 25 October 2010
Wednesday, 20 October 2010
I nearly died of a heart attack yesterday after getting caught for breaking a red light on my bike by a police officer! On another note these T's mention death in a more romantic, beautiful, eco friendly way! Well worth 30 snots if you are into wearing organic stuff which looks good at the same time. Get one here!
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Monday, 11 October 2010
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Tuesday, 28 September 2010
Monday, 27 September 2010
After presenting my work during a presentation in college today one of my lecturers [John Bateson] told me to check out studio 8's work and I'm delighted I did. Some smashing spreads here from Elephant mag. I don't know what it's about but looks well.
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Saturday, 25 September 2010
London College of Fashion graduate 2010 Natalie Rae's work should be an inspiration to every man, woman and child on the planet. In this interview with Sally Mumby-Croft she discusses the misconceived assumption that sustainable fashion has no place on the catwalk and the path she took to get to the glorious place she is in now.
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Friday, 24 September 2010
I took these snaps on route to London Fashion Week in Somerset House. These kind of pics don't usually do anything for me as I am more into people pics. Also when I look at pics people have taken from either Tower Bridge, London Bridge, Southwark or Blackfriars Bridge generally on their way home from work it feels like I've seen them a thousand times before.
Anyway, as I was crossing on foot and I had my camera handy I decided to take a few quick ones. I like these mostly because of that mysterious green strip.
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Thursday, 23 September 2010
Wednesday, 22 September 2010
Went down to Shoreditch yesterday to check out a few things happening at the anti design and design festival. And of course this is my fav pic. It's a combo of the lighting and the choice of words that does it for me. So elegant and subtle. Check out more details of what's planned for the rest of the week here even though it's totally illegible. I think they just tried to take the whole anti design notion too far on this one...annoying.
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Tuesday, 21 September 2010
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Tuesday, 14 September 2010
Glenn O'Brien, one of the old members of the Andy Warhol Factory has curated this project where he has invited 18 diff peop to customize some leather jackets (mostly other ex members of the factory). Although, I don't really like the specific paintings done on these jackets here or the actual jackets for that matter, I do love the idea. I also love the fact that these guys are working together again. It seems hard to believe that any of them are even still alive when I think back to studying their work in college and watching 'The Factory Girl' on dvd!
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