Graphic Stamp Tool by Martí Guixé

April 17, 2014 Dining & Food By Tom Ran
Graphic Stamp Tool by Martí Guixé for Antica Acetaia Villa Bianca

Photo: Antica Acetaia Villa Bianca

Martí Guixé is a self proclaimed “ex-designer.” Though he’s worked on many projects from interiors to products he also dabbles in food design.The idea of coalescing food and design never crossed our minds before Guixé began experimenting with the medium in 1997. Since then he’s made pie chart cakes, reforestation lollipops, post-it chips, and many other conceptual food items. He recently worked with Antica Acetaia Villa Bianca, a traditional balsamic vinegar manufacturer based in Northern Italy to create a new tool that would complement their line of products. Guixé’s ABTM Graphic Stamp Tool is a stamp consisting of 3 different patterns that one can apply to any food item using the balsamic vinegar as ink. This decorative placement of the vinegar adds an element beyond taste and aroma but of sight. designboom was on hand for the exhibit during Salone in Milan and discusses their experience.

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Overland Journal

April 16, 2014 Outdoors By Tom Ran
Overland Journal

Photo: Overland Journal

Overland Journal has been around the block in their all terrain vehicles since 2006. The publication is all about self-reliant adventure travel that is usually accompanied by off road transport, from trucks to bikes. The team is comprised of a group of journalists, photographers, and adventurers, many of whom are experts in the field of the outdoors. Along with the spectacular journeys they document, they also review gear for outfitting your travel and gear for your vehicles. It’s a niche publication for the outdoor enthusiast where the journey is so much a part of the experience.

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Andrea Aranow

April 15, 2014 Textile By Tom Ran
A sampling of Andrea Aranow's collection of textiles

Photo: Ace Hotel

Andrea Aranow is a collector and a scholar of textiles. She has turned her passion of woven fabrics into a career that spans five decades. Traveling the world over, Aranow’s research has exposed her to many indigenous cultures from the remote areas of China and mountainous regions in Peru to Afghanistan and Mexico. Her collection and knowledge has caught the attention of the British Museum where they purchased a significant part of her collection early on. As much as she is involved in academia, Aranow’s work has also attracted musicians like Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis where she’s designed and made clothes for them.

Though she is active in showing her collection publicly, there is still a lot more in her archive that has not been seen. Along with her son Caleb Sayan, Aranow is currently digitizing her collection for future purpose. Inventory has an interview with her in the latest issue and a selection of her American Quilts are now on view at Nepenthes.

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