Posts Tagged“design”

The soft surrealism of Taiwanese-illustrator Hsia-Ron Cheng will literally result in romantic dreams warped with plum blossom petals. The 28-year old freelancer showcases inspiration from fashion, nature, culture and fantasy. Often limited edition and on display in various shows, the prints are printed on unique paper (think cotton or rag paper) that are a steal for their pasteled price. For more information, visit http://hsiaoroncheng.com/ Photo credit: Hsia-Ron Cheng

Athens-born Mary Katrantzou need not sign her name on her clothing collections – they speak for themselves. With an identifiable, McQueen-esque aesthetic, the clothing pieces are icons for luxury and design. Taking inspiration from art that “a woman would not be able to wear if it were real” the idea of wearing a perfume bottle has never been more appealing! Print and design collide in this inanimate, wearable world. The prints are digital, allowing a sense of fine art and precision to shine through. And, I’m not the only one to see such beauty in the inanimate – Mary has…