As 2008 is slowly but surely getting started we wish all of you a very happy and wavy new year. Throughout 2008 we’ll recycle the Share a Brainwave-wavebands from the WAVEBAND GALLERY one a monthly basis – hoping to trigger a giant wave of memories, recollection and inspiration. We commense the same way we initiated [...]
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Using the sun to make a rhetorical point on the climate crisis – watch the video…Â
The December-waveband was created by Kathrine de Place BjÃ¸rn. Among her many works she has illustrated the interview with Danish psykologist Carsten Rene JÃ¸rgensen on fame in Reflexioner on Stars ( Hvad er det med de stjerner? ) and created the cover for Reflexioner on Roots in collaboration with Anja Funder. Explore the funky fairytales [...]
Whenever I buy one of these I always spend hours gazing at the wavy structures that repeat themselves in various sizes but always in the same intricate fibonacchi-pattern.
The November-waveband was created by Mads Berg Danish Illustrator www.madsberg.dk Part of Gul Stue www.gulstue.com Enjoy all of the previous wavebands in the Waveband Gallery.
everything was painted brigt red. The walls. The ceilings. The floors. Even the inside of the toiletbowls. And this octopus (made of glass, slightly obscene) was waiting in an ocean of red by the zink…
The September waveband is created by Karen Vibeke Bagge. She holds a Ba and a Ma in womenâ€™s wear from Central Saint Martins and The Royal College of art. She prefers to create things to wear and has an eclectic and colorful approach to her work. Besides designing garments Karen has a keen interest in [...]
Another piece of wavy architecture – literally placed ON the waves, shaped in wavy patterns and created for the “masses” to enjoy the waves – the magnificent Kastrup Seawater Lido is well worth a visit when in Copenhagen. It’s very close to the Copenhagen Airpost, so the next time your plane is severely delayed you [...]
Check out this cool, wavy stove I stumpled upon when I visited some friends in an old, Danish summerhouse a few weeks ago. Easy to clean, too!
Meanwhile, on the other side of the island… – in Luddes Hus (House of Ludde), Kirsten Holm is exhibiting her ceramic vases. These finest ones are titled “Currents”.
Last summer I had the privilege to houseboat-sit one of the amazing houseboats in Lake Union, Seattle.Â What an amazing life: to be alive, asleep and awake on the rolling wake of waterplanes landing and small boats cruising the subbtle waters. And as the icing on the cafe, this is what the mailboxes looked like: [...]
Nature’s own wavy design – inspired by the fibonacci-numbers.
Check out this funky building soon to be completed in the Danish town Vejle – created by Henning Larsen architecs. More pictures and info on boelgenvejle.dk Wavy architecture seems to be a new wave on the roll…
Even a seemingly discreet shoe can potentially hide otherworldly beauty. Overwhelming wavesÂ beyond belief, oceanic beauty right there under one’s foot.
We all have our everchanging ups and downs. The ups and downs of one person might only be a ripple in the vast ocean of mother Earth’s inhabitants. But when all of our ups and downs are compiled they form interesting waves of moods, happiness, sadness, fear and optimism. Tjeck out the emotional barometer of [...]