Posts Tagged ‘high fashion’

Page Turner


I’m totally jealous that Jean Paul Gaultier made a stop in Montreal. JPG attended the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ opening of The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk. One of the first international exhibition devoted to the couture extraordinaire. Absolutely adore his work. He seems to turn everything […]

Pixel by Pixel


Yikes…and yikes! I haven’t added anything to my blog in over a month! Working full time plus one hellish semester left me little time to find anything (much less write about) to my blog. I’ve been tweeting here and there things that I find, but this past semester didn’t give me much of a chance […]

Rorschach Test


Part of my university studies involved art history and anthropology classes (well, anthropology in the sense of sociology and cultural society). As such, the infamous Rorschach came into play in regards to how the mind sees imagery and colours (or what we see or visualize the representation). I recently came across American design Matt W. […]

I’m still recovering from my Europtrip – ever so often I get wistful for another beer or schnitzel <<– wow was able to spell schnitzel without spellcheck. I’m still wafting through the massive photos of the trip – I did catch one weird shot: I’d still like to do this montage! However I did lose […]

I’m back! As you may have noticed via my twitter feed that I have returned from my European tour! As such, I’m also VERY behind in my blog posts. I did take some photos of my trip, which I will post once I find the time to dissect them all and choose my favourite ones […]

I love it when companies/organizations see the value in an effective yet beautiful design for their ad and/or marketing campaign. Saks 5th Avenue is known not only for their high end offering of fashion but their gorgeous ad campaigns. Marian Bantjes conceptualized beautiful designs for their Christmas 2008 season. This summer campaign continues the series […]

Couture Shock


Some of the greatest children’s books were written by Brothers Grimm and Lewis Carrol. The Brothers Grimm wrote extraordinary tales such as Snow White, Cinderella, and the Frog Prince ( forget the Disney versions as the actual tales were much darker). And of course, Lewis Carrol wrote Alice in Wonderland. It is no wonder why […]