The First Corporate Identity of The Bauhaus-Archiv Museum in Berlin

30 September 2014 No Comments

54 years since its inception, the Bauhaus-Archiv Museum in Berlin is set to debut its first-ever corporate identity. Meet Sascha Lobe, creative director of Stuttgart-based design studio L2M3, for a deeper insight into what is his most paramount project. [...]

Thinking Fashion: An Interview with Croatian Fashion Designer Matija Čop

01 September 2014 No Comments

Upcoming Croatian fashion designer Matija Čop talks to Yatzer about the relationship between architecture and fashion, his participation in Lady Gaga’s G.U.Y. video and his current research into ‘‘fashion without clothes.’ [...]

The Blind for The Blind: Choi Xooang Talks to Yatzer

Known for his unearthly but highly intricate human figures, South Korean artist Choi Xooang has been sculpting for the last 10 years. Following his most recent exhibition, The Blind for the Blind at the Galerie Albert Benamou in Paris, Choi Xooang talked to Yatzer about his sculptures and their impact on the viewer. [...]

Art in Sleep Paralysis by Nicolas Bruno

Halfway between sleep and consciousness, Bruno enters a haunting dreamscape of faceless figures and lands where mist rises from the grasses in full daylight, places where people bathe with naked shop mannequins, and where bodies fall out of trunks. [...]

Tatoueurs, Tatoués: The Biggest Tattoo Art Exhibition In The World

29 April 2014 {2} Comments
06 May 2014 - 18 October 2015

Curated by Anne and Julien, editors of ‘outsider’ art magazine Hey!, well-known French tattooist Tin-Tin, and experts in their field, Pascal Bagot and Sébastien Galliot, the exhibition ''Tatoueurs, Tatoués'' (tattooists, tattooed) traces the history of the tattoo from the 18th century to the present-day.  [...]

The Intricate (And Non-Wearable) Fashion of Nikoline Liv Andersen

08 April 2014 No Comments

Working on the intersection between fashion design and visual art, Danish fashion designer Nikoline Liv Andersen creates elaborate garments that are not meant to be worn. Instead, they are almost a  stage for experimentation and for telling stories about human nature and our way of life. Read her interview she gave us on the occasion of her participating in this year’s Ventura Lambrate in Milan. [...]

The Firebird Tutu: A Short Film By Brent Rowland

20 March 2014 {1} Comment

Perhaps the dance world’s most iconic garment, the ballerina’s tutu has many secrets and tricks in its construction. Follow costume designer David Heuvel as he demonstrates the process of making this extravagant skirt in this short documentary by Brent Rowland. [...]

Romantic Spirit: Captivating Visual Art by Ville Andersson

25 February 2014 No Comments

Young Finnish visual artist Ville Andersson creates photographs, drawings and paintings that fearlessly delve into the darkest corners of our emotional world. [...]