Jeong Mee Yoon: "The Pink and Blue Projects were initiated by my five-year-old daughter, who loves the color pink so much that she wanted to wear only pink clothes and play with only pink toys and objects. I discovered that my daughter’s case was not unusual..."
Debate goes on here: Should we not dress girls in pink?
When I was a little girl there wasn't quite as much pink for sale as today's epidemic pinkage, but I could locate a pink Barbie or Sindy toy-stand like a pink seeking missile. Branding working it's magic it maybe but I grew out of any pink obsession I may/may not have had and don't think it poses as big a problem as is currently being made out (or is that what THEY want me to think??). I still like pink, so sue me.
Love love love these - look at them all on http://www.blanka.co.uk/Art/Exergian/Iconic_TV/
"CREATED OUT OF A LOVE FOR POSTERS, MODERNISM AND TELEVISION, THERE WASN'T A CLIENT OUT THERE TO COMMISSION SUCH A JOB SO AUSTRIAN DESIGNER ALBERT EXERGIAN WROTE HIS OWN BRIEF AND CREATED THIS SELF INITIATED SERIES OF POSTERS THROWING ALL OF THE ABOVE INSPIRATIONS INTO THE CREATIVE MELTING POT."
Dear Santa, please could I have a room full of these for Christmas...promise I'll never ask for anything else again.
They are the recently designed 'expo' chairs for the danish pavilion at shanghai, 2010. They are made from molded plywood & each chair has numerous color combinations to die for.
What is it about Japanese design that makes me want to devour these soooo much, and how much do I want to visit a branch of 'Freshness Burger'.....very much.
Don't forget to look at the gallery for more pics, especially pic 2 'the MOS burger brings all the deliciousness of mountains, oceans and skies to the burger paradigm' which sits in a wrapper with a simple mountain outline on the wrapper - I want me some of that...