This past holiday season, Velem and Best Made Company collaborated to create an axe for Velem’s clients as an end-of-the-year gift. The collaboration exemplifies our shared inspiration, artistry, and love for what we create.
Cliff Kuang is design editor at Fast Company, where he oversees design coverage in print and online. He is the founding editor of its spin-off, Co.Design, which in 2011 won the National Magazine Award for best online department and draws over 2 million readers a month. Recently, his work was collected in The Best Business Writing of 2012. Prior to Fast Company, he has been an editor at I.D. magazine and The Economist online. His work has also appeared regularly in WIRED, Popular Science and GOOD. We decided to shoot Cliff 10 questions to get his views on all things brand and design, present and future.
The Mediterranean cuisine proves that it can literally be an Art. Dishes are canvases, flavors are rythm, recipes emphasise local products and reinvent the traditional cuisine. … more
One of the most respected institutions in Chile celebrates its 150 years of existence with the creation of a commemorative logo that will serve to apply in various media throughout this 2013.
For years, Base has developed a great expertise in creating great packaging for a wide range of brands (Maison Dandoy, Passanha, Delhaize, Women’ Secret, Kiki de Montparnasse, etc.). We just wanted to make a synthesis of years of nice and challenging projects. Enjoy our melting pot! … more
English summary: One of the new voices of Art in Barcelona, Cesar Biojó refreshes the local scene with his painting. This young colombian artist (Cali, 1981), graduated of Art History and Fine Arts at Florida State University (2005), has recently finished a PhD program at the University of Barcelona, place where he’s living for 6 years till now. His characteristic flawless technique on canvas and his own perception of it, tunes him with the spirit of contemporary culture with an audience looking for an unusual visual aesthetics.
In preparation for a studio portrait, a few of the Base NY team members did some preliminary stretching that we caught on camera.
Check back soon to see if the stretching paid off!