Tag: Design

Applications of Monochromatic Light

Applications of Monochromatic Light

Recently colour has been a dominant subject in the public eye: yes, the colour of skin, the colour of hair, the colour of the car one drives, the colours of shoes, bags, smartphone cases, cereal boxes, post-it notes, the trend colours of next season, yes,…

Electro-osmosis in Performance Wear

Electro-osmosis in Performance Wear

Wearable technology has been around for what seems to be an eternity of helping us to be better, faster, healthier, stronger.

ISPO 2020

ISPO 2020

Still looking up to the excitement of ISPO 2020 and its immense inspiration, there is a whole pile of astonishing fresh information, a brilliance of ideas and lush materials, reminding each and every designer how thrilling it is to be a part of this ever-evolving industry, full of controversy and immense energy.

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SENS X Details

SENS X Details

Innovation and ingenuity are the main driving concepts behind SENSE X. With such a niche market as blind and visually impaired people, however, creative ideation should account for both general usability and functionality of each and every detail.

SENSE X Catwalk [2]

SENSE X Catwalk [2]

Coming back with a new set of catwalk shots, this time by my friend and filmmaker, Chris Chalton.

SENSE X Catwalk

SENSE X Catwalk

 

Making up for three years of what seemed like a decade of decision-making, friend-making, garment-making Continue reading SENSE X Catwalk

IWMT

IWMT

Lately I’ve been writing a dissertation on consumer satisfaction and all the processes that lead us to and inform making a purchase. Reading tones of journals and papers on emotionally durable design, sustainable relationships between consumers and products and demand for goods-signifiers for our beliefs,…

Sit Back and Enjoy the Lines

Sit Back and Enjoy the Lines

Looking at this project’s final outcome in action is one of the best experiences one can imagine. For the last month, I have been able to be part of and witness two major events in my creative work – the amazing game between Emma Smith…

Imaginary World

Imaginary World

When the Alice in Wonderland movie came out, I was really skeptical about the way Tim Burton would convey the concept of being lost in an imaginary world that was so key to my childhood. And if it wasn’t done right, it would definitely ruin the entire fantasy world of the book. (How do you depict something that was written… under influence…?!?!)  Continue reading Imaginary World

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After bringing my designs to life, the time has definitely come to put some instructions in the pack.