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  • Book ideas- Mckenna and Alek
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  • Preowned Georg Jensen Exceptionally Rare Large Belt Buckle No 6. 1904-1908
    Georg Jensen Exceptionally Rare Belt Buckle From His "first" Period. 826 Silver Content Was Used During This Period.Large Scale And Heavy At 6" Long. Entirely Handmade,beautifully Hand Hammered Details And Chasing. Fully Hallmarked Dating The Piece To 1904-1908Acquired From A Private Estate. This Piece Was In The Georg Jensen Museum, Copenhagen And Published In Janet Drucker's Book.Museum Quality Piece For A True Collector.Georg Jensen Grew Up In A Small Village Raadvad, 10 Km North Of Copenhagen. The Close, Daily Contact With Nature In This Area Turned Out To Be A Continuous Artistic Inspiration For Him Through The Rest Of His Life. His Superior Interpretation Of Nature And The Supernatural World In His Ceramics And His Works In Silver And Gold Persisted Throughout His Career. Georg Jensen Started Out As An Apprentice In The Forging Department Of The Knife Factory In Raadvad Where His Father Also Worked. His Family Moved To Copenhagen In 1880 And He Had To Change Trades. At This Time, He Became Apprentice To The Goldsmith A. R. Andersen 1881-86 In Saint Peders Street 5. Georg Jensen’S Teenage Dream Was To Become A Sculptor. During His Apprenticeship, As Well As During His Working Years 1886-87 As Silversmith With Goldsmith Holm In Svaertegade, Copenhagen, He Improved His Abilities In Drawing, Modeling, And Design. During The Winter 1886-87 He Worked On His First Sculpture: A Bust Of His Father. He Finished That Successfully In April 1887, And It Was Judged Favorably Enough To Help Him Gain Admission To The School Of Sculpture At The Academy Of Fine Arts In Copenhagen The Same Year. The Bust Was Exhibited At Charlottenborg (Copenhagen) In 1889. During His Years As A Student 1887-92 He Received Several Grants That Enabled Him To Leave His Work As Silver- And Goldsmith, Temporarily. During The 1890S He Had To Return To That Work To Supplement His Income. Even Though He Had Received Several Grants During These Years In Appreciation Of His Talent As Sculptor, Very Few Of His Sculptures Were Sold. In January 1892 He Received His Diploma From The School Of Sculpture At The Academy Of Fine Arts. While Enrolled At The Academy, He Had Exhibited Several Times At The Trend Making Autumn Exhibition At Charlottenborg In Copenhagen. He Was Well Accepted By The Leaders At The Academy Of Fine Arts, Such As The Professors Bissen And Stein. He Also Received Good Reviews From Art Critics. In 1893 He Was Awarded Gold Medal For, “An Archer From Prehistoric Times.” This Included A Travel Grant, Which Made It Possible For Him To Go On A Study-Tour To Italy And France During 1894. A Small Statuette Of A Goddess, Engraved “Copy. Napoli. Gj” On The Base, Was Made On That Trip. In The Following Years He Completed Several Other Study Tours, In Particular To Germany. His Longest Tour Began In 1900, When He Was Given A Large Travel-Grant From The Academy Of Fine Arts In Copenhagen, Enabling Him To Stay Abroad For More Than A Year. Georg Jensen Found Most Of His Inspiration From The Nearby Natural Objects Of His Everyday Life. His Sculpting Was Done Of The People Who Were Closest To His Heart, Among Them, His Sons Vidar And Jorgen. He Was Able To Transform The Shape And Feeling Of The Images Into Plaster, While At The Same Time He Depicted The Beauty Without Disturbing Details. This Ability To Capture The Pure Soul Of The Subject Continued When He Changed His Life To Work In Silver. This Unique Ability Singled His Out As Outstanding Compared To Most Of His Contemporaries. By The End Of The 1890S Georg Jensen Was Introduced To Applied Art By Pietro Krohn, Who Was Artistic Director At The Porcelain Factory Bing & Grondahl. Here He Learned That Design Of A High Artistic Quality Could Be Mass Produced. This Increase In Output Could Therefore Make It A Worthy Economic Venture For Ceramists. He Incorporated This Philosophy As His Own When He Began His Pottery Work. After He Decided To Concentrate On Silver In 1903, He Never Compromised On A High Standard Of Artistic Quality, Even Though The Works Were Produced Industrially. From The Georg Jensen Soci
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    Graduated in Graphic Design from the Ateliers de Sèvres (Paris) and EPSAA, Caroline Andrieu has been the art director of Condé Nast Digital France, for Vogue and GQ websites during five years. The illustrator focused on her practice of portrait… Continue Reading →
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    We want to see the world through a rose-colored lens. Or a blue lens. Or a yellow lens. We love the new Instax monochromatic lenses so much that we sent them to a group of emerging international photographers to see how they captured the world through their own colorful perspectives. Cru Camara Manila, Philippines Are you a full-time photographer? If not, what else do you do? Technically, I'm still trying to finish school. I'm right in the middle of earning my BFA. What themes or ideas are you most interested in photographing? A lot of my work has to do with making everyday things or occurrences into more than what they initially are. Color drives a lot of the images because it lets me highlight those subtleties. I'm also drawn to a certain feeling of ambiguity, especially with the way I put the images together. There's always some sort of fragmentation happening, I think. Can you share more about what you shot for this series? I just wanted to come up with something quiet, maybe a bit melancholic and nostalgic. What was your first camera? An old Nikon FM2 my dad bought back in the 80s. What’s your favorite photo you’ve ever taken? Probably this one. What photographers do you most admire? There are too many to name all at once! I look at a lot of Rinko Kawauchi's work. I admire a lot of contemporary photographers from the Philippines too like Czar Kristoff, Tim Serrano, Charles Salazar, just to name a few. Everyone's doing great stuff out here. Who are some of your favorite people to follow on Instagram? Mostly other photographers. My favorite to look at right now is Nguan (@_nguan_). Katherine Gaskin Toronto, Canada Are you a full-time photographer? If not, what else do you do? I wouldn't consider myself a full-time photographer or even a 'photographer,' but recently, taking photos has become a part of my work. I'm a freelance web/graphic designer and since I can basically work from anywhere with Wi-Fi, I really love to travel. Can you share more about your photography — how do you describe your work? I want my photos to inspire happiness, feed people's wanderlust, and brighten their day with vivid colors. Most of the time, I feel like I'm living in my own dream world and I hope my photos can give people an escape every so often. It's fun to tap into our imaginations. What themes or ideas are you most interested in photographing? Things that make me happy = Sunsets, tropical beaches, palm trees, salty pineapples, frolicking around in teeny bikinis, sandy feet, tanned skin, coconuts, the ocean... Can you share more about what you shot for this instant photo series? Having fun adventuring around the island of Oahu doing things that make my heart happy like beach hopping, floating in the ocean, holding pineapples and watching the sunset. What was your first camera? It was a 35mm camera that had Ninja Turtles on it. I wish I still had it. What’s your favorite photo you’ve ever taken? The first time I ever took a pineapple and my GoPro into the ocean then realized that pineapples float! What photographers do you most admire? I don't admire any particular photographers, but I have a strong appreciation for the creative artists out there who take photos every day, share what they love and continue to evolve their craft. Being an artist seems so competitive these days and if you can stay true to yourself and your own unique style, that's something I can respect. Who are some of your favorite people to follow on Instagram? @thelifeofjessicaa @sarahirenemurphy @_carlybrownphotography_ @masonrosephoto @morganmaassen Kimberley Dhollander Antwerp, Belgium Can you share more about your photography — how do you describe your work? I think my work consists mostly of dreamy, colorful images. I like to work with lines, textures and colors. Outside of that I also shoot interiors, coffee shops, some portraits, and the occasional street photography. Can you share more about what you shot for this series? I started walking in Antwerp, my hometown, and was looking out for little details: shades of trees, walls, facades… anything that looked i
  • Vogue Colors A To Z A Fashion Coloring Book
    In this first-ever coloring book from American Vogue, you are invited into a world of fashion fantasy. Twenty-six archival magazine covers from 1912 to 1932, by ten celebrated illustrators living here and abroad, take you back to a more playful and whimsical moment of boas, bows, hats and headpieces, fans, pearls and gloves, and even exotic animals. Coloring book fans of all ages can try their hand at the Art Deco patterns and letters from A to Z and the lively drawings of women dressed for the task at hand, whether it is driving their own car, pruning morning glories in the garden, feeding a dragon, steering a gondola, sitting on a crescent moon, perched on a peacock or riding a zebra—side-saddle, of course. This is the Vogue woman as liberated, stylish, and always dressed for adventure. At the back, don''t miss the twenty-six  Vogue covers in their original colors with lively captions as well as a stunning six-page gatefold of twenty-one glamorous dresses from 1912–1932 to color, tear out, and display.
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