As printed fabric is our design inspiration, we consequently appreciate all appealing color combinations in our surroundings and life. According to Asia Pacific International Conference on Environment-Behaviour Studies, color is useful in influencing human behavior, decision making, health and much more with or without our realization. In other words, color is a subtle stimulation with salient impact has been highly affecting human lives physically, psychologically, physiologically and sociologically.
Let's take a look at some variations of polychromatic scenes in our environments and see how colors increase the joy of our lives!
Beautiful floral tablescapes
The Berlin Wall, constructed by the German Democratic Republic (East Germany), was a barrier that divided Germany from 1961 to 1989. During the post-World War II period, the Berlin Wall came to symbolize the "Iron Curtain" that separated Western Europe and the Eastern Bloc during the Cold War.
In the 1980s, graffiting on the wall became popular for artists from all over the world, the Berlin Wall turned into the largest canvas in the world. The East Side Gallery consists of 105 paintings by artists throughout the world, French artist, Thierry Noir, who is claimed to be the first street artist to paint the Berlin Wall while many of the artworks were not claimed by artists and remain anonymous.
The fall of the Berlin Wall began the evening of 9 November 1989, more than 2 million people from East Berlin visited West Berlin that weekend to participate in a celebration that was, one journalist wrote, “the greatest street party in the history of the world.”
After the collapse of the Berlin Wall, the graffiti artists marched straight into East Germany, all of the areas that the military had occupied became a new playground for the Western artists and a new world for the Eastern artists who joined them, from then, the development of the Berlin street art has started and it has also become a place where tourists would go and admire the artwork.
Berlin street art scene
Louis Vuitton, one of the world's leading international fashion houses and most valuable luxury brands, presents the exhibition “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez - Louis Vuitton” at the Grand Palais, Paris, which retraces Louis Vuitton’s great journey from 1854 till today.
The Louis Vuitton label was founded in 1854 on Rue Neuve des Capucines in Paris, France, which introduced the first flat-bottom trunks with Trianon canvas, making them lightweight and airtight that allowed the ability to stack with ease for voyages.
One of the most fascinating parts of the exhibition is the decorations and installations are inspired by Louis Vuitton's past and present collections, which makes it feel like a time tunnel that travels from the past to the future. Let's continue to break it down for y'all!
This section of the exhibition was decorated as in a cabin of a moving train which reminds us Louis Vuitton's advertising campaigns of Fall/Winter 2012
The avion scene is a deja-vu of the 2010 advertising campaign featuring Bono and his wife Ali Hewson.
The theme of this section is "Celebrities' Life", it manifests glamour Hollywood celebrities traveling with Louis Vuitton trunks, cosmetic cases and costumes which seems to be a beautiful reflection of Fall/Winter 2010 collection.
This desert venue at the exhibition makes the Spring/Summer 2004 advertising campaigns come alive!
And there's also a section to demonstrates the delicate craftsmanship of Louis Vuitton.
Since we attended the Louis Vuitton exhibition in Paris, we certainly couldn't miss to visit Louis Vuitton Foundation in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. Louis Vuitton Foundation is an art museum and cultural center sponsored by the group LVMH, the unique asymmetry building was designed by the architect Frank Gehry, started in 2006 and has been completed and opened in October 2014.
Another thing can't be missed in Paris - beautiful sunset by Tour Eiffel, ultimate romance!
It was absolutely an eye-opening and mind-blowing experience to visit Millesgården which was built between 1906 and 1908 on Lidingö, a large island near Stockholm as Carl Milles' private residence and workspace and is now turned into an art museum and sculpture garden.
Carl Milles (23 June 1875 – 19 September 1955) a Swedish sculptor, was known for his playful, irreverent, naked, and nearly cartoonish figure, giant-sized sculptures.
His famous works are The Meeting of the Waters in St. Louis, the Poseidon statue in Gothenburg, the Gustaf Vasa statue at the Nordic Museum and the Orpheus group outside the Stockholm Concert Hall.
The museum has various areas: the upper, middle and lower terraces, the studio, the gallery, the maison and the restaurant and gift shop, each area has different collection and atmosphere, chances are you will easily indulge in a wonderful moment at any part of it.
Millesgården is perfect for visiting during spring and summer time because of its vibrant floral garden but the winter scenes there, the overwhelming sculptures erect in the white snow, are unquestionably devastating! On top of that, the museum dwells on a cliff of Lidingön island, it is an utter sensation to gaze in amazement the spectacular view of Stockholm city.
ART TAIPEI is held once a year since 1992 , the International art fair exhibition assembles hundreds of domestic and international galleries which attracts thousands of visitors, professionals, media and collectors every year.
This year brought together 168 galleries, including 88 foreign galleries from Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Indonesia, the Philippines, the United States, Australia, Dubai, France, Israel, Italy, Russia, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom and Vietnam, more than 345 artists and 3,000 works of art on display, the largest scale of the calendar year.
One of the amazing Chinese artists, Hongxing Yeh, presented her artworks in a unique way: she created dreamy images in the form of a collage of colorful stickers on canvas, resulting in jewel-like mosaic gorgeous paintings.
Chi-Lan Pa Hao Lan, his mother is from Taiwanese aboriginal tribe, therefore, most of his artworks are inspired by Aboriginal culture. His installation art of 101 wild boar sculptures were made of glass fiber. In addition to the visible Aboriginal artistic language on sculptures, it also refers to the metaphor of the stagnation of Aboriginal society and the desire to break through. Part of the profit will be donated to charity to promote health and welfare in rural villages.
Australian artist Rae Heint utilizes a lot of bold colors and cartoon-like figures to redefine a new style of upbeat abstract expressionism, each of her painting is telling a vivid story.