There’ll be a lot of stupid mistakes, but that’ll be okay– J. Macalick
shake the dust
Persona; Jeffrey Wang The project Persona was an art collaboration between Levi’s Jeans, Fubon Art Foundation and BLANQ. This was a “true recyclable project” on account of that they used recycled jeans to create sculptures without being able to apply fashion alterations to the jeans. The fact that only safety pins were used to hold each piece together is quite awe inspiring...
Burjuman, Fashion Shopping Mall; Mohanad Shuraideh Mohanad Shuaideh was the creative director for this advertisement shoot. There are so many aspects to this photo that I love: the drama of the dress, the construction of the dress, the fact that the dress was probably made of shopping bags, and of course the dark setting in the background which gives the poster an ominous feel. The juxtaposition...
Furniture; Andrew Kopp This piece was designed by Andrew Kopp, a recent RSID graduate. I always find it inspiring to see other student’s work. What I find interesting about this bench is that it seems to feel as though it’s a delicate seat to sit on because of the tapering legs and thin plywood base.
Carinthia; Ross Bruggink This poster design is reminiscent of the setting of Carinthia, Austria. I appreciate how balanced the poster is with such a complex illustration. Also, the type face chosen for the poster is very fitting in that it’s a serif, so it feels traditional. The overall piece is quite elegant.
Roxy/Josephine Club; Belo Horizonte, Brazil; Fred Mafra I find this space mesmerizing. From floor to ceiling, the space is dynamic, alluring and energetic - which are all perfect adjectives for a nightclub. This night club, situated in Brazil, was designed by DJ and Architect, Fred Mafra. Throughout the space, the geometric lines are carried throughout to unify it all. I love the combination...
“To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.” - Joseph Chilton Pearce