Revealing forgotton and unfamiliar architecture is the primary work of photographer Bart Synowiec
The cell (from Latin cella, meaning "small room") is the basic structual, functional and biolagical unit of all known living organisms. A cell is the smallest unit of life that can replicate independently. This is why cells are often called the "building blocks of life".
The first time we saw the works of Dutch Artist Wouter le Duc, we were drawn to know more about him and his way of working. There is a great composition and storytelling in his pictures, which makes you stop and wonder.
Super soft double layer jersey with vertical ruffle stripes. This Portuguese produced 100% cotton jersey
We are super proud of our visual images, these are made together with our good friend and skilled photographer Thomas C K Priskorn, which we have cooperated with for 2 years now. Thomas is super passionate about his work - but also about his car.
For our Autumn 2016 collection 'Gravity', we are proud to launch a collaboration with the worlds oldest glove manufacturer, Randers Handsker. Get the story about the collaboration in the video footage beneath.
A heavy weight which is embracing you, but at the same time pulling you down is in short the polarity of gravity. On a more specific note the thesis say that an object always has a counter object, a core to which it is always drawn to.
Oliver, a well-traveled man who finds inspiration in architecture and the nature, has been fortunate to explore fascinating places around the world. He loves taking pictures of abandoned sites and knows how to convey a story through the lens.
'ABOVE THE SKY - LEVITATE'
Travelling by aircraft between relatively distant geographical locations requires a massive upward moving force; levitation.
Silent and stripped lies the jutlandic heath. In the midst rises an enormous circular black steelinstallation called elia. As an extraterestrial element which has grown into its new surroundings.
Q & a Lasse Hyldgaard – The furniture collector
At Journal we have a general passion for well designed items, especially furniture, art & architecture always seems to catch our interest.
We developed a special pattern, for the creation of a twirling and hallucinogenic looking jaquard fabric and we are really proud of the super cool outcome...
Metaphor for the conceptual path which is thought to lead to the true nature of reality, when exploring philosophical and existential thinking...
We love the aesthetics, functionalty & design idea of the products which came out of Braun & Dieter Rams office especially in the 60´ties.
We are amazed with work of Swedish Architects Skälsö on this old bunker, called building 8. It is now a holiday home in the north of Gotland, Sweden.