This pattern dress is already nice without color, but looks also great in your own chosen colors.
The dress is a result of a collaboration between a graphic designer, Michiel Schuurman, and a fashion designer, Berber Soepboer, the Color-In Dress is a DIY that can be hand-colored using markers.
If you also like the dress can be ordered through the website of Berber Soepboer.
1. Ever since I was a student I love the work of Belgian architect Marie-José van Hee now she made this market building in Ghent together with Robbrecht and Daem architects. I can not wait to go and visit.
2. Going to market can be wearing this lovely dress by Missoni.
I am in love with these posters and graphic design by Ivan A. Flores Clemente for the performance of 'Histoire du Soldat' by the Inverness Stravinsky Players at the Town house in Inverness ( 27th of March). The subtlety and abstractness of the images is amazing. He really captured the atmosphere of the time the music was made.
Ivan explains to me about his work;
'Histoire du Soldat' was first premiered in Lausanne (Switzerland) on September 1918, and was very well received, at a time when the Bauhaus was in gestation and the Dutch movement De Stijl, founded a year earlier, was already conducting its abstract investigations on primary colours and basic geometric shapes in its quest for an ideal sense of order and harmony. Thus the context of this interesting artistic period forms the departure point for the project.
All the project revolves around the three main characters of the piece (the soldier, the princess, and the devil), but since the performance is aimed at audiences of all ages and therefore seeks to engage with both adults as well as children, it was a deliberate choice to not take an entirely abstract approach and explore instead the vast imagery of architectural construction toys in the tradition of toy blocks, which ultimately give the artwork a much better and playful balance, in line with the original Russian folk tale on which the theatrical work is based.
I am very excited that my brooch Geometric House by CASASderooij is exhibited at the Boijmans van Beuningen museum in Rotterdam.
The museum Boijmans is doing a exhibition about Handmade. A very nice exhibition that shows handicraft through the ages. From old crafts to new ways with new technics . They are collaborating with Etsy and in the main hall they are exhibiting a small selection of works by Etsy shops. In this part my brooch also found its place.