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event|added May 11, 2016

THE ARTS+ marketplace for value chains across cultural & creative businesses

 

THE ARTS+, a fair for new business models in the cultural and creative industries, is celebrating its premiere at this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair, 19-23 October, targeting cultural and creative professionals as well as publishers and software/IT companies. Professionals from all areas of culture and the creative scene, brands, developers, publishers, technology companies and media representatives will meet in Frankfurt to share ideas through presentations, exhibitions, a laboratory, workshops and conferences, creating a unique new network.

The democratisation of content through digitisation and the subsequent questions on how to deal with intellectual property has created new opportunities: museums digitise their archives and make them accessible to everyone, all year round, 3D printers reproduce miniatures of designer furniture, technology companies use customers’ mobile photos for worldwide campaigns and galleries sell their art via Instagram. At the same time, self-publishing has become much simpler and cheaper due to digital progress. Indeed, all communication has become faster and more visual. For all forms of media, diverse sales platforms ranging from concept stores to blogs and social media to entire culture stores have appeared. As the world’s largest rights marketplace and one of the most important European cultural events, the Frankfurt Book Fair has now created a platform for this: starting in 2016, THE ARTS+ will be the first marketplace for all cultural content. It will also host a global think tank for the creative society.

THE ARTS+ will comprise presentations from publishers, special areas for thematic workshops and talks, salons and a centre for rights trading. THE ARTS+ is directed at anyone who produces, manages, exhibits, publishes, presents, remixes or refines cultural content – publishers, designers, architects, directors and curators of museums and institutions, software developers, media representatives, brand managers, artists, photographers and politicians.

The new marketplace will be located in Hall 4.1 on the fair grounds.

 

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Play!Cassette: a memento of the analog era for the digital age

 

South Korean design studio re,play brought music lovers’ old friend back with Play!Cassette earphone pouch. This little product simply turns the basic function of “holding earphones” into the emotional experience of “playing music by an old friend, cassette”.
Play!Cassette is a handsome yet multifunctional earphone pouch for storing earphone, business cards, receipts and other small objects.

Designer: re,play (Korea, South)
Manufacturer: re,play (Korea, South)
Inspired By: cassette tapes
Material: plastic (PVC)
Colours: turquoise, pink, orange
Dimension: 10.4 x 6.2 x 0.6 cm
Price: 9.00 USD + shipping

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product|added May 09, 2016 0 rating 3 / 5  |  83069 votes

Audiovase @ Kickstarter

 

The Audiovase™ by Shuffle Three™ rethinks the music-listening experience and questions what users really want in an audio accessory. Until now the assumption was that listening to electronic devices required other electronic devices such as headphones or Bluetooth speakers to make the listening experience enjoyable but the Audiovase™ challenges that assumption by providing a simple, intuitive solution that uses form and surface geometry to reflect and amplify sound emitted by the device itself.

Designer: Joseph Morin (United States)
Inspired By: flower vases and brass musical intruments
Material: plastic, poly carbonate, matte chrome plating, silicone
Colours: White with gray and purple trim, black with purple trim
Dimension: 102 mm x 159 mm x 127 mm
Price: $30.00 USD

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Le Reflet by Sven Hulsbergen Henning

 

Merging technology with craftsmanship and classic rules of composition with organic patterns, a dialogue is created between the artificial and the natural.
Using a laser cutter as a 3D-printer the table is constructed from layers of laser cut mahogany and stainless steel fittings. The table-top is inlaid with transparent acrylic tiles.

Designer: Sven Hulsbergen Henning (Netherlands)
Manufacturer: HenningMade (Netherlands)
Inspired By: Relation between the artificial and the natural
Material: Mahogany, acrylic, stainless steel
Colours: Mahogany, stainless steel
Dimension: 192x96x76cm
Price: On request

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Moss Clock

 

An entirely hand made clock which contains real reindeer moss. The frame of the clock is entirely handmade of Baltic birch plywood.

Designer: Paul Noktuku
Inspired By: Nature
Material: moss, wood
Dimension: diameter - 46 cm / 18 inches

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product|added Apr 29, 2016 0 rating 3 / 5  |  27097 votes

De Rosso Collection 2016

 

De Rosso at the 2016 Salone del Mobile in Milan - International furniture fair

Designer: Roberto De Rosso (Italy)
Manufacturer: De Rosso Srl (Italy)
Inspired By: De Rosso Srl
Material: HPL Laminate and PVC
Colours: light blue, green, red, gold, wood, digital print

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fish bowl

 

Where to leave the food for the Fish was the question Bas asked himself when he got one as gift. It was always standing next to the bowl, so he designed a fishbowl with an integrated container for the food. Place the bowl from to column and you can access the food.

Designer: Bas Kamp (Netherlands)

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3D Printed Vases

 

Libero Rutilo creates a collection of design vases combining upcycling and 3D printing technology. The project gives a second chance to such an unvalued object as a PET bottle. The vase itself represents an external shell with an inner neck fillet, so it can be screwed onto a bottle like a cap. The collection includes four different designs: “Spider vase”, “Sinuous Vase”, “Lace Vase” and "Knitted Vase". The vases are available on Tessa’s Curated Boutique.
Photo credits : Claudio Morelli

Designer: Libero Rutilo (Italy)
Manufacturer: DesignLibero
Inspired By: nature, traditional patterns
Material: PLA
Price: prices start from 30

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product|added Apr 27, 2016 0 rating 3 / 5  |  23908 votes

Smökers installation New York

 

Smökers consists of a miniature monochromatic wooden cabin, temporarily installed throughout New York City. This cabin replaces the brightly colored plastic steam tubes that dot the New York landscape, allowing the byproduct of the city’s essential industrial process, which provides power and heat to thousands of homes and businesses throughout the city, to be highlighted and subverted.

Designer: Mark Reigelman (United States)
Manufacturer: Andrin Widmer (United States)
Inspired By: small hand-made German objects (Räuchermann),
Material: Birch Plywood, Maple, Pine, Steel, Paint, Mixed Media
Colours: White
Dimension: 8'(l) x 6'(w) x 8'(h)

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Sunset wall mirror

 

The Sunset wall mirror combines the functionality and the beautiful, natural look of a solid cork pinboard with the elegant shimmer of a full-sized mirror that comes in several colours, representing a fresh take on the cork pinboard. Sunset wall mirror is part of the new Sunset Series. One circle and one or two straight lines are the humble foundation of this product family that investigates how a minimum amount of design can still produce beautiful, meaningful and fully functional products.

Designer: Bas van der Veer (Netherlands)
Manufacturer: Studio Bas van der Veer (Netherlands)
Material: cork, glass mirror, 3d printed PA
Colours: Green, Bronze, Silver
Dimension: 3x50x50cm

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