Here’s something that made me smile, Street Jewellery. I think it should be in every city, I’ve seen street crocheting which is cute, but doesn’t seem very permanent. The urban jewellery however is tasteful, subtle, original and makes me very happy!
Swedish girls who knits and crochets urban fixtures.
Tree Cozy by Carol Hummel
Liesbet Bussche’s cleaver street jewellery which embellishes the streets of Amsterdam. Check out the rest of her jewellery HERE!
Swiss designer Damien Regamey created this work in 2005. He was part of a guerrilla marketing campaign for Accessorize which was developed by Saatchi & Saatchi Simko in Geneva.
This weekend a pal told me that Opening ceremony had some Where the Wild Things Are inspired clothing for sale as well as a collection of jewellery by Pamela Love, which I had to blog about. Below I have created a list of all things inspired by the amazing book by Maurice Sendak.
Medicom Toy x Where The Wild Things Are available at Colette €65.00
Christian Joy, famously known as the designer behind the amazing Karen O from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs elaborate and imaginative stage costumes has created 5 monster suits in honor of Where the Wild Things Are , some of which are below and the others can be found at the Urban Outfitters blog.
Girl Skateboards have released a limited edition WTWTA decks
Pamela Love’s jewellery collection available at Opening Ceremony . The ring below and the horn head band are definitely on my wish list! (These pieces remind me of Dominic Jones’ collection which I posted pictures of a while back)
AWWWW, I LOVE THESE! Again from Opening Ceremony, unfortunately these playsuits have already sold out..booo, not that I could afford the cool $ 610.00 price tag.
Karen O wrote the score for the movie. Dressed in Christain Joy
Kubrick Toys WTWTA at Colette
Cute mobile at Salty and Sweet’s Etsy Shop for $ 30.00
Phew, what a long list… I think I might make a Max hat with horns and crown aswell as a tail and claws for Halloween. Will post some images when I make it.
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In March Sony created Sony Soundville in Seyðisfjörður, a village in the Eastfjords region of Iceland where they filled the village with truck loads of speakers and then played music by 12 artists, to 800 pairs of ears, for 3 days and nights to see what happened to the locals and how they reacted to the various music and sounds…(“day 2 in Sony Soundville..” slightly Big Brother on Sony’s part maybe). Apart from probably winding up some of the older folk it does actually look really fun and seems like it was a very successful experiment for Sony (cough, marketing ploy)and everyone taking part. Unlike the mundane Big Brother it’s actually interesting how the locals reacted to music from the likes of Richard Fearless, Múm, Elegi, The Guillemots and Bob Dylan seeing how moods changed from each individual aswell as the changing atmosphere of the usually quite village. For me it seems fitting that Sony chose Iceland for this experiment as so many stunning ambient and alternative sounds have been produced by Icelandic artists such as Sigur Rós, Björk, The Sugarcubes, Múm and Emilíana Torrini.
Take a look at the Sony Soundville advert below, my favorites are the two twin like men waddling in time like penguins.
Click here for the official website, there is a video about the making of it which is worth a view.
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Tagged Advertising, Big Brother, Björk, Bob Dylan, Film, Iceland, Múm, Music, Richard Fearless, Seyðisfjörður, Sigur Rós, Sony Soundville, The Guillemots, Video