Matières à réflexion in Paris is a wonderful example of the Paris atelier in the modern context, a place that combines process, discovery, craftsmanship and human interaction in a single experience. What Women Make speaks with designer Laetitia Azpiroz and partner Cyrille Raillet about their work and their philosophy.
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Don’t forget to visit www.matieresareflexion.com to see other bags and accessories and view their most recent collection.0 Comments
JULY 30 & 31 – Yoko Furusho is a New York based illustrator from Tokyo who, in her short career has already designed for brands such as Keds and Maybelline, agencies Lowe and TBWA, and magazines as diverse as Amelia’s Magazine to Princeton Architectural Press. She has had group shows and solo shows and is now working on a children’s book / iPad app and a charity project to help victims of the Japan earthquake among a million other things.
She was invited to show her work at traditional Japanese store, Ikiru, located in the heart of the Born neighborhood of Barcelona. She offered to come in person to do a live painting in their window – to the utter delight of the store’s dynamic press officer and the owner. We followed Yoko’s progress over the course of the weekend interviewing her about her inspiration, mesmerizing color palette, and the meaning behind her dream-like fairytales.
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A walk through some of our favorite female designers at the London Design Festival September 2008.0 Comments
It’s on the topic of the Design Moment and it’s published in this first issue of Terrace by the founders of the brilliant and inimitable Trace. Pick it up at your local (better) newsstand. By the way, that’s me with the hat in the lower center square. Inspired by my 2007 visit to the Salone del Mobile.
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