Objects Magazine · Issue 02

2009

THE JOURNAL OF APPLIED ARTS · ISSUE No 2 · CRAFTPUNK · On almost 130 pages, the Craftpunk issue celebrates the general renaissance of design-art, which lately led to buzz words like “Craftpunk”. Coined by Ambra Medda, the glamorous director of Design Miami, the term circles the world promising the revolution of applied art: Out of the pottery sheds and into the wide world of design. Nonconformist subculture meets traditional craft. But is this the revival of craft that we really need? Objects N°2 also presents an architectural vision of San Francisco’s future in 2010, the historical value of illustrated post cards from the Great War and about the great and almost forgotten design expert Victor Papanek. Finally, Objects visits Californian painter-illustrator Erik Sandberg in L.A., who portraits hairy children, and goes on a 250 km-long hike with Chilean artist Diego Lorenzini and his tortoise from Santiago to the small village of Talca. The reviews also look at the latest works by the illustrator and director Gregori Saavedra. More details at http://objects-magazine.blogspot.com

 

Objects Magazine · Issue 02

2009

THE JOURNAL OF APPLIED ARTS · ISSUE No 2 · CRAFTPUNK · On almost 130 pages, the Craftpunk issue celebrates the general renaissance of design-art, which lately led to buzz words like “Craftpunk”. Coined by Ambra Medda, the glamorous director of Design Miami, the term circles the world promising the revolution of applied art: Out of the pottery sheds and into the wide world of design. Nonconformist subculture meets traditional craft. But is this the revival of craft that we really need? Objects N°2 also presents an architectural vision of San Francisco’s future in 2010, the historical value of illustrated post cards from the Great War and about the great and almost forgotten design expert Victor Papanek. Finally, Objects visits Californian painter-illustrator Erik Sandberg in L.A., who portraits hairy children, and goes on a 250 km-long hike with Chilean artist Diego Lorenzini and his tortoise from Santiago to the small village of Talca. The reviews also look at the latest works by the illustrator and director Gregori Saavedra. More details at http://objects-magazine.blogspot.com

 

Objects Magazine · Issue 02

2009

THE JOURNAL OF APPLIED ARTS · ISSUE No 2 · CRAFTPUNK · On almost 130 pages, the Craftpunk issue celebrates the general renaissance of design-art, which lately led to buzz words like “Craftpunk”. Coined by Ambra Medda, the glamorous director of Design Miami, the term circles the world promising the revolution of applied art: Out of the pottery sheds and into the wide world of design. Nonconformist subculture meets traditional craft. But is this the revival of craft that we really need? Objects N°2 also presents an architectural vision of San Francisco’s future in 2010, the historical value of illustrated post cards from the Great War and about the great and almost forgotten design expert Victor Papanek. Finally, Objects visits Californian painter-illustrator Erik Sandberg in L.A., who portraits hairy children, and goes on a 250 km-long hike with Chilean artist Diego Lorenzini and his tortoise from Santiago to the small village of Talca. The reviews also look at the latest works by the illustrator and director Gregori Saavedra. More details at http://objects-magazine.blogspot.com

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