Monthly Archives: April 2012

ZIP THIS!

ZIP THIS!

Top: Gideon Sundback, inventor of the zip (…you mean, the postal code?) We’d like to pay a tribute to Gideon Sundback, the man who invented the zip, a device that beautifully separates and joins not only two pieces of fabric, but reveals a whole world of things, opening up and closing, showing and concealing, freeing ... Read More »

ON HAIR.

ON HAIR.

Above: “Me No Blonde” oil on canvas, 55×73 in. (140×185 cm). I am happy to present a brief selection of jumbo-size paintings from Klaus Kizzinskitz, a Polish artist who is going to be in New York and London (not at the same time, of course) to promote his “On Hair” exhibitions, both on schedule at ... Read More »

WORLD FLAG

WORLD FLAG

Globalization has been so fast and out of control that, in the end, no one thought of a global flag, an emblem for all of us, representing the planet as a whole. To be honest, a world flag already exists. It is called¬† the One World Flag (pictured below). It was designed by David Bartholomew ... Read More »

REAL FAKE

REAL FAKE

Fake or Authentic? How many times did you ask yourself this question, when in doubt about a person, a product, a moment or a statement? The topic is way too vast and rich to be discussed exhaustively in just one page. In our case study we just wanted to offer a few hints for reflection, ... Read More »

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