ART / COS x SHARKITECTURE


Interactive installation inspired by the COS Spring Summer 2015 collection... 




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22 comments:

  1. Hmmm, I can't figure out what is that. Some sort of curtains or what?

    Haha, but, well, white has been always pretty to look at..

    The design is pretty complicated, morelikely designed like that of a magical place..

    Mira | Almeratalks: SHare Moment. SHare Life.

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  2. Kelsey & Kenecha4/15/2015 2:42 PM

    This is such a cool video, very different.

    Have a wonderful day love, hope all is well x

    Florals&Smiles
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  3. Wow, this is so cool!!! I love the video!
    Melanie @ meandmr.com

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  4. Fashion and technology goes so well together. Interesting and artful approach to the collection. <3
    Foodie Favourite: Kale

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  5. Diana Horsfall4/15/2015 7:37 PM

    wow, this is so awesome!

    http://differentcands.blogspot.com/

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  6. That would be so dreamy to walk through :)
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  7. Loved watching this. Thank you for sharing!

    simply-mode.com

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  8. Was für ein wundervollen Raum... wunderschöne Inspiration.
    ♥ Nissi
    www.nissimendes.ch

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  9. Haha, my dear! :-DD You don't have to understand art, honey! That's why it is called ART!!! You're right, it might be a curtain!! :-) I love the movement of it and how aesthically created it is! It is a peaceful and magical place for real!!


    Thank you for your comment, babe! Glad you're back on blogging! How was your graduation, Mira?


    xxx

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  10. I love how aesthic it is! The movement of this something looks really devine and magical! Thank you for the comment, my sweeties! ;-) Happy Thursday!!!


    xxx

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  11. I love this interactive installation too! Looks calm and peaceful! Thanks a lot, Melanie!


    xxx

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  12. So true, Madison! I love how Sharkitecture implemented it! Looks incredible!!! Thank you so much for stopping by, dear!!


    xxx

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  13. Yeah, it really is! Love this kind of art!!! It's really one of the kind! Thank you for visiting me, my dear!! ;-) Keep in touch, beauty!!!!!


    xxx

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  14. Oh, I think I should have appreciated it more if only I can watch the video you've added, but sadly, I can't..


    Yes, I'm back again ^_^ and so glad I can keep up with you again...
    The graduation was perfect! Thanks :)

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  15. Let's dream together, Kimi! This exhibition is in Milan! ;-) Would love to visit....
    Thanks, babe!!!


    xxx

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  16. You're welcome, Helena! Happy you've liked this video! Isn't it amazing?!
    Thank you so much for dropping by, lovely!!!


    xxx

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  17. Ich liebe das simple Design dieser Installation! Scandi halt! ;-)
    Die Ausstellung ist Mailand übrigens!


    xxx

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  18. Haha! Glad you've mentioned it, Mira. Thank you for that! Here is a review about the installation: http://www.dezeen.com/2015/04/14/cos-snarkitecture-white-fabric-strips-installation-brera-milan-2015/

    And here another video link, if you like to... ;-) http://www.cosstores.com/us/fashion/projects?ref=PROJ_1

    Ohh, so nice of you, lovely! The blogger world have missed you!!! ;-)
    Happy about your perfect graduation, Mira!! <3 Well done you female Harry Potter!!! ;-***


    xoxo

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  19. Sharkitecture. It was pretty fascinating!!
    Indeed, it looked so magical and divine.. Thanks for sharing :)

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  20. Really glad you've liked it, Mira! ;-*


    xoxo

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  21. Looks wonderful! I've been at an architecture show at London's Royal Academy last year ("Sensing Spaces") and they had a similar interactive version of such an installation - just in colour at the end of the exhibition. All white in the beginning though. It's been a great inspiration!

    Katarina x
    http://katarina-ahlsson.se

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  22. Oh you're making me so jelly, dear! You were so lucky! Must have been an incredible experience!!! Would love to visit similar someday! Love this fairy tale something...! ;-)
    Thanks, Katarina! <3


    xxx

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