Coca-Cola 125th Anniversary Cans

17th August 2011Design

Peter Gregson designed a series of 6 different Coca-Cola cans for the celebration of Coca Cola’s 125th anniversary: “We used old Coca-Cola ads and posters (from 1930’s, 1940’s) and implemented them in order to create the can that would remind of the Coca Cola’s longevity and, at the same, be something completely new.”

Louis Vuitton Young Arts Project Launch in Covent Garden

14th June 2011Design, Exhibition, Fashion, Film

[youtube=] Louis Vuitton and five of London’s leading art institutions today launch a ground-breaking website to inspire young people to get involved in contemporary art. REcreative,, has been devised and developed over the past year by young people working with the Hayward Gallery, the Royal Academy of Arts, the South London Gallery, Tate Britain and the Whitechapel Gallery as part of the Louis Vuitton … Read More

New Hermès Flagship Store, Paris

25th January 2011Design, Fashion, Film

[youtube=] Built in the indoor swimming pool of the Lutetia Hotel (Circa 1935) Hermès’ new flagship store in Paris is 3 levels (2,500 square meters) of absolute luxury. The store is built around these 3, 9 meter tall lattice wood huts which provide homely themed areas. The opening coincides with the brands move into interiors and it showcases the recent addition of … Read More

Music Painting

5th January 2011Design, Film


Nisse Landscape Snowglobes

14th December 2010Art, Design

These 14 Nisse Landscape Snowglobes plan and correlate the relationship between the Nisse (elf), Santa Clause and the human race, all by studying the different architectural elements and a particular vision of the modern city. The lovely concept by Danish workshop collective DAC, the Dansk Architectural Center.

Get closer to Rob Ryan

17th November 2010Art, Design

Four days left until 20th November at The Air Gallery, you can get closer to Rob Ryan’s world of romance ‘The Stars Shine All Day Too”. It is a major new exhibition by internationally renowned artist, presented by TAG Fine Arts. It’s a brilliant opportunity to see the artists’ sensational new hand-crafted papercuts and screenprints. His highly elaborate papercuts have … Read More

Have you been to Fashion Illustration Gallery in London?

10th November 2010Art, Book, Design, Fashion

It would be a great chance to see Cover Art, a unique collection of original works on paper made by René Gruau (1909-2004) for your first visit at the Fashion Illustration Gallery in Mayfair. Showcasing the front covers of the worlds first ever international rag trade magazine International Textiles from 1946 to 1984. A lasting influence on decades that followed, … Read More

The techno-clockwork of animated V&A logo – Troika’s tunnel vision

9th November 2010Art, Design

Troika responded to the brief with ‘Palindrome’, a kinetic sign that directs visitors to London’s V&A Museum from the tunnel at South Kensington tube station. The classic logo looks to be made from three floating deconstructed sections of lettering. To view the piece in action, check out the video. Referencing the simple beauty of Alan Fletcher’s celebrated identity for … Read More