During DesignMarch 2014, the store Aurum held a collective exhibition in which were featured The Reflective Vale, the new and progressive ornate collection by jewellery label Kría. Selected by Billy, a new product line by Studiobility that gives up-and-coming designers a platform into a thriving production market. Sparking Tail, the… Read more
Here are more snapshots of the discussion notes from the Nordic Design Lunch. Thank you for attending, have a lovely day! Illustrations by Rán Flygenring
Graduate students in design from the Iceland Academy of the Arts invited guests to explore their sources of inspiration through wunderkammers at their lovely little exhibition in the bike store Kría. Here are Julia’s snapshots from the event. Photos by Julia Schygulla
During DesignMarch, the Icelandic Post Office released its fifth collection of stamps in the series Icelandic Contemporary Design. Dedicated to Icelandic architecture, the stamps are works by designer Örn Smári. Here are Julia’s snapshots from the opening. Photos by Julia Schygulla
The Doodlery, with “doodles” by artist Alma Mjöll Ólafsdóttir is like a bakery for drawings where you’ll find all kinds of delicatessen and confectionary. A treat for those with a “sweet tooth” for drawings. Here are Julia’s pictures of the opening. Photos by Julia Schygulla
Day Four: DesignMarch 2014 is all over town. Here’s a video from Sunday March 30: Enjoy!
On Saturday there was a PopUp Market full of independent Icelandic Designers in Loft Hostel. Here are some pictures for you: Images by Nahoko Wakida and Bora Song Editing by Kyung Min Oh
Hey! The Invitation Card Party took place at the Culture House last Thursday in collaboration with the graphic designer Tiny Risselada. The guests had a unique opportunity to create invitations of all sorts of events using letterpressed cards. Hulda Sif reported the event for us! Check it out: Images by Hulda Sif
Day Three: DesignMarch 2014 is all over town. Here’s a video from Saturday March 29: Enjoy!
The fabulous artists at Gallery Fabúla welcomed visitors to their open space in the old harbour to explore their new jewellery, photographs, textiles, paintings, design and ceramics. Here are Julia’s images from the event. Photos by Julia Schygulla