Made in China / Joe Black

Produced using more than 5.500 toy soldiers. The portrait is of a Chinese soldier boy taken by photographer Robert Capa. The image was used on the front cover of LIFE magazine, January 1938 to cover the Sino Japanese War. The toy soldiers are manufactured in China  by artist Joe Black with the title “Made in China”.

All pictures are taken from Moniker.


Τwo floors with a total of more than 500 square meters a design that features clean lines enriched with iconic

VillA 'in the mix' Best of 2011

-Proviant Audio: Hey Let's Do It! (Jay Shephard rmx)
-Maximilian Skiba: Suma Sumarum
-Poolside: Do You Believe

Florian NICOLLE/neo

Florian Nicolle aka neo, french 25 years old graphic designer and illustrator.


By now, most people know that modeling as a glamorous career is more of a myth than reality.


After Pop by David LaChapelle

Issey Miyake/132 5. project

From Issey Miyake,the 132 5. project. Miyake worked with computer scientist jun mitani to created 10 pieces (shirts, dresses, etc.) that when folded flat create the patterned geometric shapes. this comes as the first major project from miyake's established "reality lab". the team at reality lab comprises of miyake, a textile engineer, manabu kikuchi, a pattern engineer, sachiko yamamoto, and several young designers.

The name, 132 5. was born from the above-mentioned process. each of the numerals has a special significance. the numeral “1” refers to a single piece of cloth, while “3” refers to its three-dimensional shape. the following “2” comes from the fact that a 3D piece of material is folded into a two-dimensional shape, and the “5” separated by a single space refers to the time between when the folded forms are made and people actually put them on, giving birth to clothing. the numeral “5” also signifies our hope that this idea will have many other permutations.

Gareth Pugh for M.A.C

Fashion maverick Gareth Pugh collaborates with fashion film director Ruth Hogben