Please vote for Superluxe for the People’s Design Award competition held by the Cooper Hewitt Museum.
Prada’s new “Made In…” Project are products that are created by different artisans around the world which utilize traditional craftsmanship, materials, and manufacturing techniques. The newly design labels will declare the origin of the piece.
Interesting article over at Fastcompany talking about how scientists have facts that prove designer knockoffs turn people into liars and cheaters.
It’s fascinating how so many people admire and worship the Louis Vuitton monogram. Leaves me speechless.
CNBC’s documentary titled, Crime Inc.: Counterfeit Goods, takes a look into the world of counterfeit products from handbags to prescription drugs and even weapons parts supplied to the military in Iraq. The documentary will air next Wednesday, July 14 at 9 p.m.
For all those luxury lovers out there, this $20 pencil has been plated with a thin layer of 99% pure gold and each comes individually packaged in a box that resembles and gold bar.
Bottega Veneta has redesigned their website with a overall cleaner layout and easy navigation. They’ve also included video series titled Hand of the Artisan, which allows viewers to see how each Bottega Veneta item is made, and The Art of Collaboration videos that chronicle the behind the scenes of their ad campaigns. I have to say that Bottega Veneta has done a good job incorporating retail and story telling. The new website will really help customers understand and appreciate the art of this luxury brand.
Superluxe gets featured in the current issue of Mix Magazine. Many thanks to Clare Acheson for writing about the project in her article on packaging trends.
Good news! The window installation will be up until June 12. View invitation here
The window installation is up and ready for viewing! It’s located at 74 New Montgomery, SF. The cross streets are Annie and Jessie. Let me know what you guys think. The window will be up until
May 14 June 12. You can download some images here.
Stay tuned. Product catalog coming soon.
Instead of sending my vinyls out to get cut, I’m doing them myself at home with a cutter I scored on eBay. It’s pretty nerve-racking because sometimes the cutter goes crazy on me. I’m just going to keep my fingers crossed that everything will turn out ok.