Limited edition, hand-screened tees by electronic music record label Five Easy Pieces. Shirts feature artwork from their latest release by Tropics. Purchase includes a copy of the EP free of charge. Designed by Ross Gunter and Chris Ward.
23 March – 11 August 2013
The V&A has been given unprecedented access to the David Bowie Archive to curate the first international retrospective of his extraordinary career. David Bowie Is will showcase more than 300 objects, such as handwritten lyrics, original costumes, film, set designs and instruments – exploring Bowie’s perpetual self-reinvention over five decades and tracing his history as one of the most pioneering cultural icons of modern times.
Based on advance ticket sales, the exhibit is set to be the most successful show in the museum’s 161-year history.
Bowie’s first album in a decade, The Next Day is being released on March 11th.
Oslo-based jewelry designer Anna Talbot is inspired by fairy tales, nursery rhymes and songs. Delicately-crafted layers of anodized aluminum, wood veneer, brass, gilding metal and silver create wearable stories – brimming with flora, fauna and familiar characters of lore. Fantastic and captivating work.
We’re excited to announce a new release as part of our Pattern & Shape series. This design is by our very own Mark Pernice and is based off the crescent shaped Lune. Shirts come in girls and boys sizes and yes, that’s glow-in-the-dark ink! Get yours here.
Stay tuned for more Pattern & Shape news soon.
I picked up this copy of I love you yesterday. It’s a nice one — featuring a great interview with Tyra Banks.
For 18 years, Cuban-born Luli Sánchez designed prints for the fashion industry, before founding her own studio in 2004. Luli uses her unique touch with watercolor to create patterns inspired by everything from florals to kitchenware, geometry to animal skins. She lives and works between Brooklyn, NY and Merida, Mexico.
Mandy Rep from the Netherlands, currently working at a fashion agency in Copenhagen.