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4 Color Trends 2019 Dulux Australia

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This is probably the biggest Color Trend Forecast we share of a painting company. Dulux Australia being part of AkzoNobel has revealed a few days ago their take on 2019 colors under the, again, wonderfulart direction of Bree Leech. FILTER is the leitmotiv of next years' Color Forecast by Akzo Nobel and its branch Dulux in Australia. Mindful consumption is a key …

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3 Jotun Colors of the Year 2019: Calm, Refined and Raw

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It's the time of the year, the painting companies launch their color proposals for 2019. The 3 Jotun Colors of the Year 2019 are always long-awaited (see the 2018 Color Trends here) with a subtle yet enduring palette, tailor-made towards Northern style yet very global. We might redefine anyhow soon all our geographic attributes one day. For how long can we still …

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Color Inspiration No.24: Terre Verte, Rose, Salmon, Coffee, Latte

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To create this Color Inspiration No.24 and former ones, I take a particular shade and study its origin, anecdote and sometimes mysteries. Reading the story about Terre Verte and the main character of today's color collage below makes me even want to dive deeper into color history. Images: Ph: Olesya Asanova | Ph: Andrew Romano | Kitchens Brasil | Josef Hoffmann A pigment when …

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Ceramics pick of the month: Turi Heisselberg

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We found the last image of this post and immediately thought of 3D print. To our surprise, Danish ceramicist Turi Heisselberg builds her pieces all by hand and we are happy share her work between object and artwork in our Ceramicist of the month series. She has been working on different series and shapes as you can observe below but always …

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When actual dreams become 3D art by Studio Brasch

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Probably one of the most attractive features about 3D rendering is the fact that you can freely imagine and create moods with little to no restrictions, translate these into places and objects and just play until it feels right. This exact freedom of playfulness is a great asset for a designer, but also a very welcoming visual stimuli for a …

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Total look in green blue marble at Céline Miami

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Swiss design practice Valerio Oligiati has been responsible for Céline's flagship store in Miami and its total look in green blue marble. The concept is divided in two storeys, with a second floor displaying shoes and ready-to-wear items and street level serving as an exhibition space true to the retail trend of non-standard corporate designs and experimentation and changing retail …

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