Posted in co-creation, Creative thinking, Miles Davis, Music Thinking
Tagged bob marley, design thinking, igor stravinsky, inspiration, lateral thinking, maria callas, Miles Davis, Music thinking, principles, quotes, samuel beckett, tim brown, tom waits, woody guthry
I spent two days in Milan at salone and fuorisalone to see, get inspired, have talks, drinks meet friends and to see the family at Lago Maggiore.
It is impossible to see everything. There are so many shows, events, shops, pop-up spaces, … but what you see you can ‘catch’ (WYSYCC) and I have never seen so many iPhones, smartphones and real cameras in one place – people have fun to take pictures or take it ‘really serious’ and give you some order to step back.
Here are a few pictures sorted by the following findings:
showing the process (form idea and material to product); patterns everywhere; laser cut metal; books as decoration; playing with colour; light and nature; ceramic; ‘from handicraft to digicraft‘; creative food; analog 3D modeling; Rossana Orlandi; Luceplan, …
… and here a video from Luceplan’s new lamp Nothing, by Francisco Gomez Paz
Nothing from Luceplan on Vimeo.
Posted in Branding, design, Design Thinking, Inspiration
Tagged design, Dutch Design, Francisco Gomez Paz, from handicraft to digicraft, fuorisalone, inspiration, Luceplan, milano 2012, pattern, Rossana Orlandi, salone, showing the process, Vlisco