Friday, 14 December 2012

Spot On

If I could hide anywhere in the world, I would hide in Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Mirror Room.
I would be 12 years old and I would wear a red and white spotty leotard so that I could blend in to my surroundngs.
I would leave my face exposed and paint my lips green, just in case I got lost. Then my dad could find me.
I would not take my minx cat with me. He would burst all those balloons with his sharp claws.

1. Modern black and white spot concepts building in Bangkok, via architectkidd.com
2. Spotted lanterns; via myslowdesign.com
3. Susanna and Jussi Vento’s apartment in Helsinki, Finland, is pretty tiny at just three rooms but it is cramped full of bold black and white pattern; via susannavento.fi
4. Yayoi Kusama’s dot designs are part of a 2012 campaign for Louis Vuitton. The project included two limited edition clothing and accessory lines for LV, museum exhibition, site-specific installations, interactive website, and mobile application.  Here her designs cover the New York City 5th Avenue store; via louisvuitton.com
5. Yayoi Kusama, Self-Obliteration by Dots (detail), 1968, performance, documented with black-and-white photographs by Hal Reif; via artslant.com
6. The Appaloosa is a horse breed best known for its colorful leopard-spotted coat pattern.
7. Stylist Susanna Vento decorated her all-white apartment exclusively in black and white pattern with spots featuring on rugs and walls; via susannavento.fi


































Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirror Room - Phalli's Field (Floor Show) (1965)

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