British fashion label Teatum Jones and their innovative creations won the prestigious Woolmark Prize. An exhibition in Berlin blurs the lines between virtuality and reality. And: Italian pianist Marino Formenti.
Woolmark Prize for Teatum Jones
Catherine Teatum and Rob Jones, of London-based fashion label Teatum Jones, win the 2015/16 International Woolmark Prize for women’s wear. Using wool in innovative ways was one of the competition’s objectives.
Videogames with a twist
Who loses in this video game will be punished with pain. The PainStation, invented by Cologne-based artist duo //////////fur////, blurs the lines between the virtual and the real world.
Digital deconstruction by Davide Quayola
Italian artist Davide Quayola uses classic masterpieces from art history as his raw material. He scans them, takes them apart digitally, and puts them back together to come up with something entirely new.
Colorful Cosplay culture
Anime and Manga enthusiasts meet up every year at the Leipzig Book Fair, which hosts the Manga-Comic-Con. Cosplay is part of the culture surrounding the Japanese comic books. Fans dress up as their favorite characters.
Unconventional pianist Marino Formenti
At his concerts, Italian pianist Marino Formenti asks for creative input by the audience. They can request pieces, play along or lay down underneath the grand piano to have a whole new hearing experience.