Clémentine Sourdais studierte an der Kunsthochschule in Marseille und an der Hochschule für Grafik in Lyon. Viele in Frankreich erschienene Kinderbücher tragen die Handschrift der Illustratorin: Mes maisons du monde, Tout sur le printemps oder Tout sur l’été. Auch das von ihr illustrierte Märchen vom Rotkäppchen ist bereits bei Kleine Gestalten erschienen.
On his way to becoming a passionate art collector himself, Norwegian adventurer Erling Kagge had to learn these ropes and answer this exact question. His years as a mountain climber and visitor to both poles undoubtedly helped him to explore and assess the extremes of the art market. Thankfully for us, his experience also gave him the desire and skills to impart his knowledge to others in A Poor Collector’s Guide to Buying Great Art.
Founded in 2006, Behance is the world’s largest creative network, where millions of people showcase and discover inspiring work. While it can take years for new artistic trends to be identified and then shown in museum exhibitions, Behance takes the pulse of the creative scene everyday. Its talented experts and designers sift through the constant stream of incredible work uploaded there, cherry-picking the most original and cutting-edge projects to be featured.
There are few design studios worldwide that can deliver projects of such consistently high quality as the Japanese studio Nendo. Expertly melding architecture and interior, product, and graphic design with sculpture and installation, Nendo’s work is both impressively clear and intriguingly sophisticated. The functionality and unobtrusiveness of their projects is in line with established Japanese design traditions, yet their lightheartedness and humor is also inspired by the country’s pop culture.