Nice Wheels! The obligatory Amsterdam ‘bicycle shot’… here’s our favourite ribbon-wrapped version spotted by City by City last week

Nice Wheels! The obligatory Amsterdam ‘bicycle shot’… here’s our favourite ribbon-wrapped version spotted by City by City last week

Ever wondered how chinese whispers might influence the GIF? Winkomatic by Quentin Jones is the latest to feature on site 15Folds, which sees outstanding creatives posting original images based in concept on the one before them. Check it out

Ever wondered how chinese whispers might influence the GIF? Winkomatic by Quentin Jones is the latest to feature on site 15Folds, which sees outstanding creatives posting original images based in concept on the one before them. Check it out

Australian design student Jung Hong from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Fashion wowed the crowds last night with his origami inspired creations as part of the RMIT Student Runway at MSFW.

Image Credit: Lucas Dawson 

Adorable Moschino teddy bear tumblers for Fashion’s Night Out shoppers. WGSN product shot, New York.

Adorable Moschino teddy bear tumblers for Fashion’s Night Out shoppers. WGSN product shot, New York.

New butterfly collar shape discovered at @ted_baker @projectshow today. WGSN product shot, Las Vegas.

New butterfly collar shape discovered at @ted_baker @projectshow today. WGSN product shot, Las Vegas.

Japanese artist Yamamoto Motoi creates these mind blowing patterns out of poured salt. Motoi started these installations when his younger sister died from brain cancer, which led him to memorialise her in his labyrinthine’s. After hundreds of hours of pouring and once each piece has been exhibited for several weeks, he invites the public to destroy each work and help pack the salt into bags and jars to then be thrown back into the ocean. Truly heartfelt work. 

A new installation will be created at the Laband Art Gallery in Los Angeles. Dates for viewing the work in progress are August 29, 30, 31 and September 4, 5, 6. It will finally be completed and open on September 8. 

This tactile cotton braid and metal necklace by Eleanor Bolton is the second limited edition design from new online shop Lin Morris. Asked to take inspiration from her hometown, Brighton, Bolton chose the colours and architecture of the city’s seafront to inform the design.

Read more about the making of the piece here.