Curator’s Picks


Photo Floral Print Trend

Although we may be in the midst of winter, those lazy days of laying in the grass are brought back to mind in this photo floral print direction. Clover, daisies, buttercups, and more are center stage as casual snapshots are turned into seamless patterns.

Salterns photographed by David Burdeny

Hard to believe these are unaltered photographs but there you have it. According to Colossal, where I found this story, "David Burdeny began the series SALT: Fields, Plottings and Extracts in 2015, using aerial photography to explore some of the world’s most vibrant salterns in Utah, Mexico, and Australia. Gazing upon the images it’s difficult to determine whether the expressive boxes of color are produced

Profile | EvA Bespoke

Taking surface design to a new level, bespoke studio, EvA, brings a sophisticated touch to its dynamic textiles through the use of layered embroidery elements. We had the pleasure of catching up with founders, Amelia and Ellie, following the completion of their recent collaboration with Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore.  Tell us a little about yourselves. Where did you study and how did you meet? We

Exteriors | Tulip Stripes

Photographer David Burdeny's exploration of the tulip fields of Noordoostpolder, Netherlands, is an homage to stripes. The artist accomplished his photographic feat during the spring seasons of 2015–2016. Shooting film from an open-door helicopter, Burdeny used a heavy lift drone with a high resolution digital camera — the results are amazing! – Julie Rose  
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