I’ve always been a daytripper or encounterer, meandering from home without a specific purpose in mind waiting for an experience to catch my eye. With camera in hand my only goal is to wait for my local landscape to envelope me. Mentally taking notes and observing color, marks, texture, details and mannerisms has fueled many of my ideas in fashion. This is true for creatives capturing serendipitous inspiration wherever they are brewing future themes.
Global Conscience Design at the Cooper Hewitt Triennial
It’s become ubiquitous in design for brands to advocate thier environment awareness by becoming much more transparent on their design and manufacturing footprint reacting to consumer’s alarm about the climate challenge.
The Cooper Hewitt in colaboration with Cube design in the Netherlands has staged an optimistic view between science, design and nature in its Triennial. The inpsirational exhibition reimagines design’s environmental realtionship with 60 collaborations across a myriad of disciplines.
The museum’s 3 floors depicts alternative materials, biotech, data visualization, and historical artistic inspiration from nature. The exhibit offers a significant conversation for designers reconsidering and reimagining futures.