Less than 30% of artwork showcased in museums and large galleries are by women. LIFEWTR Series 2 seeks to advance and showcase women who are sources of inspiration through their creative expressions and ethos. This series features the work of Adrienne Gaither, Lynnie Zulu and Trudy Benson. These women are a diverse group of innovative thinkers: contributing unique forms of art, fresh ways to create art, unique outlooks and have the potential to influence culture in an impactful and positive way.
The fashion designers of LIFEWTR Series 3: Emerging Fashion Design, Adam Dalton Blake, Tiffany Huang, and Ghazaleh Khalifeh, are all focused on the area of textile and print designs. LIFEWTR partnered with the CFDA to help these emerging designers make their marks. Blake is a contemporary menswear designer who embraces the colorfully absurd and wildly imaginative. Huang is an artisanal womenswear designer who connects to her deep interest in color when approaching design. Khalifeh is a textile designer whose style focuses on reviving artisanal traditions and cross-collaborations.
Simple, black, iconic, and bold, the Pepsi Black Limited Edition Can series created for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" celebrates the historic collaboration between the iconic film and Pepsi's "Live Without Compromise" spirit. Each can features a different main character from the film, rendered as a silver silhouette graphic. The result is a series that is elegant and minimal, yet instantly recognizable. Available only in China via E-commerce, this limited series is a desired collectible packaging for fans.
The Wood Storm is a desktop installation for visual enjoyment. The turbulence of air flow is made real by a wood curtain as enhanced by lights casted from below for a world without gravity. The installation behaves like an endless dynamic loop. It guides the line of sight around it to seek for the beginning or end point as the audiences are actually dancing with the storm.
The mozaik system is made up of cables wrapped in vertical fabrics that are then separated by a fiberglass rod held by brass connectors. In these connectors the vertical cables receive the low-voltage current needed to power an LED bulb, which is covered by a hexagonal diffuser in fabric. The fabric of the tube as well as the electrical cables can be chosen in many variations of colors of the collection of the materials of the manufacturer. From the rhomboid shape of connectors, tube and cables, all kinds of compositions can be created in both height and length.
This book is called "The Way of Knowledge and the Holy Spirit" by Michael Debus. In it, the author attempts to make ancient myths understandable to a modern audience through his knowledge of philosophical thought. The author expresses his thought process on the paper by way of a distinctive design using blind embossing. By passing through the doors opened by the author's thought process, the reader is presented with the image of the essence of myths that otherwise seem wrapped in veils.