In my spare time I like to sketch on my iPhone using Adobe Sketch. This is a series of “scruffy” sketches from images found on Instagram.
E-commerce and social media are beginning to converge. Some retailers of the 20th century have been using their e-commerce sites as catalogs. New retailers are making their sites more socially interactive and changing the dialog.
Click on the pages below to read my report on how retailers can make their e-commerce sites more socially relevant today.
My First Ladies for DQtrs.com have been digitally enhanced to look abstract initially but when seen from a distance their faces become clear. Much like their role in the White House, these ladies are not quite apparent to us at first. When viewed from afar they become discernible and add a contemporary backdrop to a traditional heritage.
These ladies are made of 100% cotton woven jacquard. They measure 17in. X 17in. (43cm X 43cm) and are backed with a black tweed made of a sustainable blend of 45% hemp, 45% organic cotton, and 10% wool. And yes, they are made in the U.S.A.
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Studio YOY (images by Yasuko Furukawa) created this Canvas series using a combination of wood, aluminum and flexible fabric, screen-printing the surface with drawings reflecting underlying functionality.