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Born in Buenos Aires and based in New York, German Palacio is an electronic musician, video and multimedia artist with a free spirit and plenty of projects. One of these is the--mostly solo--venture called Ulisespal, and its sound is warm and texture.
This Blog is an international research laboratory where current trends and insights into the future of fashion, design and lifestyle are there to be discovered. Its key aim is to give visibility and a platform for a new generation of creators to anticipate new trends.

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Merging tailoring, architecture and sculpture in an inter-disciplinary  practice where shapes and surfaces form the space of the garment. This  is how the young Elizabeth Delfs presents herself.
Elizabeth has lent her creative genius to the world of fashion on a  number of occasions. For instance, in this shoot for “Colosoul Magazine”  produced in conjunction with Nick Fitzpatrick. Her works, similar to  ephemeral chrysalises, become sensual spaces and architectures at the  embryonic stage to be worn and experienced, like a second skin made up  of emotions.
The work of the young artist from Perth is a journey into the nature of  artificial space and the human perception of the constructed  environment. As if a hidden code existed to interpret this nature, her  works show forms featuring mathematical properties that generate  non-orientable surfaces, like the Möbius strip.
Characteristics which give her pieces an organic, abstract and at the  same time anthropomorphic touch. This is why Elizabeth cannot refrain  from using malleable materials and treated fabrics in order to be able  to build geometries which implode and explode, merging the boundaries  between the internal and the external.
http://www.elizabethdelfs.com/index.html

Merging tailoring, architecture and sculpture in an inter-disciplinary practice where shapes and surfaces form the space of the garment. This is how the young Elizabeth Delfs presents herself.

Elizabeth has lent her creative genius to the world of fashion on a number of occasions. For instance, in this shoot for “Colosoul Magazine” produced in conjunction with Nick Fitzpatrick. Her works, similar to ephemeral chrysalises, become sensual spaces and architectures at the embryonic stage to be worn and experienced, like a second skin made up of emotions.

The work of the young artist from Perth is a journey into the nature of artificial space and the human perception of the constructed environment. As if a hidden code existed to interpret this nature, her works show forms featuring mathematical properties that generate non-orientable surfaces, like the Möbius strip.

Characteristics which give her pieces an organic, abstract and at the same time anthropomorphic touch. This is why Elizabeth cannot refrain from using malleable materials and treated fabrics in order to be able to build geometries which implode and explode, merging the boundaries between the internal and the external.

http://www.elizabethdelfs.com/index.html