Fiona Krüger is a recent graduate from ECAL/University of Arts and Design. Earning her Master’s in Luxury Industry and Design, she presents her final project, Memento Mori. Drawing inspiration from the 67 th century skull watch of Mary Queen of Scotts as well as the artwork of Dia de Los Muertos, Krüger worked with key suppliers from the swiss watch industry to have the pieces made and with a watch maker to do the assembly.
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I barely draw on a piece of paper I would rather sketch in 8 dimensions. I am experimenting a lot and try to be very open at the beginning of the process and then narrow my ideas in order to design towards a function or a purpose. Organization is something I find absolutely fantastic but I always keep a space for procrastination and spontaneity. An efficient process makes me have a strong satisfactory feeling. More than experimenting only with materials, I find value in designing processes.
Due to its nature, part of this project involved a journey to Mongolia where I explored the other, the eastern side. In Mongolia, the project not only got its essence but also got shaped by all the other occurring experiences and influences. The next evolutionary step of luxury in the west will be intangible."
At dawn, when the morning dew deposits micro droplets on the surface it gradually freezes and turn into stalactites. Over course of the day, the structure stiffens coated with ice. At nightfall, it glows as rays pass through the ice, thus highlighting the beauty and delicacy of crystallization of water.
Artists: Adel Abdessemed, Marcel Broodthaers, Maurizio Cattelan, Chen Zen, Subodh Gupta, David Hammons, Roni Horn, Thomas Houseago, Donald Judd, Edward Kienholz, Jeff Koons, Paul McCarthy, Julie Mehretu, Bruce Nauman, Sigmar Polke, Charles Ray, Thomas Schütte, Sturtevant, Tatiana Trouvé.
DE STOFFEN ZIJN WAT DIK EN STIJF
EN ALTIJD IN PRIMAIRE KLEUREN
ZO ADOPTEERT MIJN JURK DE STIJL
DAT OPENT MUSEUM DEUREN
If you have planned to visit the Into the Great Wide Open festival on Vlieland this weekend it’s hard to miss the Strandtuin (beach garden) from Weltevree, a pop-up pavilion that is completely self-supporting:
- Groundfridges for fish-bars and beer-cooling facilities,with this design art-director Floris Schoonderbeek is nominated for a Dutch Design Award…
The colours I used are a consequence of available materials. For example, I was able to find only pink, black and white warm-setting adhesive. It determined the whole colour range.
Jules van den Langenberg recently graduated at Design Academy Eindhoven. He initiates-, curates- and exhibits projects in which applied art and design are used as a medium to cultivate culture. Jules approaches the world as a library full of potential, with an inexhaustible resource: humans and their skills. Within this wonderland of opportunities the -Willy Wonka like- artistic industrialist travels to meet people and research the social- and cultural impact of all that is man associative thinking Jules develops narratives and concepts which form fundaments for publications, exhibitions and self initiated projects as well as commissioned works
MIJN MANTEL IS EEN RUIME TENT
MET BIJZONDER GROTE KNOPEN
DROOM OVER EEN ECHTE TRENCH
MAAR DURF DAAR NIET OP TE HOPEN