Elements of Art Fusion
Art is Love, Passion, Heartache, Detachment & Everlasting
William Braemer, is the Director of Art Fusion Galleries in the Miami Design District and an artist as well, creating paintings and mixed media sculptures. "I am from N.Y. and my childhood was like a Sidney Sheldon Novel. My mother was very supportive; my father was a business man and not so much." Life inspires William to paint, his motto is, "Life consists of the good the bad and the indifferent all inspire me in one way or another."
Photos: Hugo Lopez
Bright apartment by "Murano Grande" in South Beach, Miami. Here the furniture almost exclusively of Italian workmanship were chosen in white and fresh and natural materials like cotton worked for Minotti sofas. Here the predominant colors are white with the exception of the floor in the prestigious Wenge wood and dove-gray walls in contrasting.
The sports design of this 26-meter yacht has evolved from its preceding models, the 63 Vertigo and 68 Ego. Intended for long cruises and daytime trips, the Domino has numerous recreation areas, both in the bow and the stern, as well as in the bridge. This pleasurable triangle-shaped yacht looks haughty, with her white and infinite mats, before the astonished stare of navigators who admire her glory.
That entire skinny jean craze for men (which started back in late 2009) has faded away quickly on the runways of Paris and Milan during fashion week, and we’re now seeing several designers showcasing a wider leg. For example, Burberry Prorsum revealed some rather intriguing spring and summer denim styles featuring a wider-legged informal pant, which resembles somewhat the aesthetic of a skinny jean – just a little wider in the leg.
Rolls-Royce has celebrated the closing of the 2012 London Olympics with a trio of special edition models sporting for the first time in the automaker’s 108-year history a brand new badge design. The new badge, which replaces the traditional double R, was penned by Rolls-Royce’s own Bespoke Design Team and features a British Union Flag motif instead of the usual flowing gown of the automaker’s Spirit of Ecstasy symbol.
We’ve told gads of Kickstarter mega-success stories on Co.Design--witness Scott Wilson’s LunaTik writstband for the Nano, the e-ink Pebble watch, and the Ouya gaming system. But projects don’t have to break the million-dollar barrier and promise to disrupt the universe to garner attention. Remember the Hidden Radio? The portable Bluetooth speaker and AM/FM radio was an instant smash--well exceeding its target over $125,000 when it made its Kickstarter debut last November--and is now available to the public for pre-order.
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