Tuesday August 5th was the launch of the IKEA catalog 2015 for the Norwegian market, an event that I always look forward to. It’s a great kickoff for fall, where you meet many industry people, and see how 2015 is interpreted by one of the worlds biggest furniture brands (Scandinavian, of course ;)). These are the […]
At the end of June, The Thief Oslo revealed their first designer collaboration, with Lee Broom and Jasper Conran, curated by the talented Karina Holmen (owner of the fab interiors shop, ESKE in Oslo).
Norwegian Fashion Photographer Sølve Sundsbø is completely nailing the colors in this short film for Vogue Italia. Aqua+Red is such an it-combo these days, and this is a really beautiful interpretation of the trend. Pay attention to how the model’s necklace has the same colors as the wall and floor.
FW14 was pretty much like it always is, with colors being toned down and muted. Black and grey were dominant, which, from a color theory perspective makes absolutely no sense at all. Black, grey and beige are the last colors you need in fall and winter, especially here in Scandinavia. There are two reasons for […]
Noted fashion photographer and color magician Tim Walker talks about creative processes in this short interview, and reveals that he has over 100 scrap books (!). We even gets sneak peeks into some of them! :D
I remember vividly the first time I saw this home, on the cover of Norwegian Elle Decoration, August/September 2012. The use of colour is exquisite, and I have to be honest, I’ve never seen anything like it before or after.
When I heard that Design Museum’s awards this year (with a slightly controversial winner) AND the exhibition design were designed by the talented Norwegian designers Hunting&Narud together with British graphic designers OK-RM, we had to chat with Amy and Oscar about the idea behind the colours of the beautiful awards.
Did you know that blue is a neutral? While the old school neutrals white, grey and beige shows off the colours you pair them with, blue makes them radiate and shine. It makes other colors prettier than what they would be standing alone.
It should have been real, shouldn’t it? Wes Anderson-absurdity.