Anne Fabricius Møller’s first class trash: Street Print

Vinçon is exhibiting Danish designer Anne Fabricius Møller's Street Print designs, made for MindCraft14 (previously showcased in Milan). Street Print is a 1.5 x 10 metre length of cotton printed with objects found in the street (some have been run over, coarse and filthy, but their imprints are remarkably poetic and delicate). The fine quality of the fabric strikes a contrast to the coarse grey asphalt where they were found. The prints are reproduced in a composition along a central axis and a certain degree of pattern symmetry around it. The composition was inspired by English etchings from the 1600s depicting natural objects in more or less symmetrical compositions.

Vitra x Vinçon: “Le mobilier des Eames”

Ray Eames aurait eu 100 ans cette année. Pour marquer l'événement, Vitra et le concept store espagnol Vinçon ont conjointement imaginé une exposition peu ordinaire, dédiée au travail de Charles & Ray Eames  - dont la relation avec la société éditrice de design, tout aussi mythique, a débuté dès 1957. Ray Eames would have turned 100 this year. Celebrating the event, Vitra and the Spanish concept store Vinçon teamed up to imagine an off-the-beaten-path exhibition dedicated to the work of Charles & Ray Eames, whose relationship with the equally iconic design company started as soon as 1957.