Adam Broomberg + Oliver Chanarin
Color Collective is pretty much my new favourite.
Created as a colour resource guide for designers, the blog serves up some of the most stunning images, fashions and artists’ works alongside beautiful palettes.
Honestly I feel pretty silly that I hadn’t known about this site sooner.
[ Read: come up with the idea myself]
After all of the ridiculous press the Royal Wedding received, freelance illustrator Owen Davey was asked by Orange: The Feed, to create plate designs commemorating less-than-royal events happening to the general public.
Talk about rewarding mediocrity.
I wish I had one though.
These ethereal, constellation-like structures are the creations of Arnold Goron.
Though very different from the models I created in my high school chemistry class, the installations are actually considered molecular structures and are displayed alongside Isabel Marant’s designs.
These structures, formed out of wood and Styrofoam balls, have small motors connected to them so that they actually rotate around the clothing displays.
To see them in action visit Goron’s website.