Inspiration is right in front of our eyes — we just have to see it. There are a multitude of details in shapes, colours and textures all around us. Those little details will turn something banal into something exceptional. Indeed fashion can be inspired by architecture, as patterns and textures can be based on nature’s wonders. So keep your eyes open.
Following on from our recent colour related posts, there was a bit of friendly competition floating about the studio yesterday when we each took the 'hawk eye’ colour challenge (https://www.igame.com/eye-test/?fbs=29 - we invite you to beat our top score of 31).
But what happens if you are not able to see colour?
Neil Harbisson is a British-born contemporary artist and cyborg activist based in New York. He is best known for being the first person in the world with an antenna implanted in his skull. This antenna allows him to perceive visible and invisible colours such as infrareds and ultraviolets via audible vibrations in his skull as well as receive images, videos, music or phone calls directly into his head. In this truly inspiring Ted Talk, Harrison explains how his life has transformed from a world of grayscale into a symphony of colour…