Post 79
Tags: Chair, Table, Rietveld, Grcic
Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, Steltman Chair, 1963
Konstantin Grcic, Diana Side Tables, 2002
Gerrit Thomas Rietveld, Steltman Chair, 1963 | Konstantin Grcic, Diana Side Tables, 2002
 
Post 78
Tags: Extrusion, Mari, Arad, Heatherwick
Enzo Mari, Putrella, 1958
Phaidon, Ron Arad talks to Matthew Collings, 2004
Thomas Heatherwick, Extrusions, 2009
Enzo Mari, Putrella, 1958 | Phaidon, Ron Arad talks to Matthew Collings, 2004 | Thomas Heatherwick, Extrusions, 2009
 
Post 77
Tags: Soil, Garden, City, Gardening Tools, De Maria, Rachev
Walter De Maria, The New York Earth Room, 1977
Vladimir Rachev, Soil cutlery, 2009
Walter De Maria, The New York Earth Room, 1977 | Vladimir Rachev, Soil cutlery, 2009
 
Post 76
Tags: Human Body, Sculpture, Dripping, Painting, Pollock, Van Woert
Hans Namuth, Jackson Pollock, 1950
Nick van Woert, Eclipse 7, 2009
Hans Namuth, Jackson Pollock, 1950 | Nick van Woert, Eclipse 7, 2009
 
Post 75
Tags: Building, Facade, Rossetti, Future System
Biagio Rossetti, Palazzo dei Diamanti, from 1493
Future systems, Oxford street facade, 2008
Biagio Rossetti, Palazzo dei Diamanti, from 1493 | Future systems, Oxford street facade, 2008
 
Post 74
Tags: Human Body, Chair, Naked, Newson, Newton
Marc Newson, Felt chair, 1989
Helmut Newton, Big Nude Una, Nizza 1993
Marc Newson, Felt chair, 1989 | Helmut Newton, Big Nude Una, Nizza 1993
 
Post 73
Tags: Human body, Sofa, Sculpture, Van Der Rohe, Moore, Novembre
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona couch, 1930
Henry Moore, Reclining Figure: Arch Leg, 1969
Fabio Novembre, Divina, 2008
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Barcelona couch, 1930 | Henry Moore, Reclining Figure: Arch Leg, 1969 | Fabio Novembre, Divina, 2008
 
 
While men strive to leave some traces of their passage, women take it easy, knowing that life flows through them. In the history of art the synthesis of these two attitudes has produced the iconic subject of the Divina. Between classical realism and contemporary abstraction, Giorgione and Moore, I have tried to give form to my Divina, placing her up on an altar to celebrate new convivial rites. Se gli uomini si affannano a lasciare tracce del loro passaggio, le donne rimangono tranquille ben sapendo che la vita fluisce attraverso di loro. La sintesi di questi due atteggiamenti ha portato, nella storia dell'arte, al soggetto iconico della Divina. Tra il realismo dei classici e l'astrazione dei contemporanei, tra Giorgione e Moore, ho cercato di dare forma alla mia Divina innalzandola su un altare per celebrare nuovi riti di convivialitā.
 
Post 72
Tags: Letters, View, Boetti, Rienermann
Alighiero Boetti, Le cose nascono dalla necessità e dal caso, 1988
Lisa Rienermann, Type the sky, 2007
Alighiero Boetti, Le cose nascono dalla necessità e dal caso, 1988 | Lisa Rienermann, Type the sky, 2007
 
Post 71
Tags: Letters, Falls, Martin, Evans
Alicia Martin, Biografias, 2003
Richard J. Evans, Typographic Sculpture, 2009
Alicia Martin, Biografias, 2003 | Richard J. Evans, Typographic Sculpture, 2009
 
Post 70
Tags: Chair, Sale, Clothes, Schreiner, Jonze, Nichols
Frank Schreiner, Consumer's Rest, 1983
Harvey Nichols, Winter Sale Campaign, 2008
Frank Schreiner, Consumer's Rest, 1983 | Spike Jonze, Gap advertising (Pardon our dust), 200 | Harvey Nichols, Winter Sale Campaign, 2008