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cooperhewitt.orgWilde WallCooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum | Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design MuseumTo celebrate the opening of Saturated: The Allure and Science of Color, Object of the Day this month will feature colorful objects from the exhibition. This vividly striking sidewall was created by Osborne & Little, a leading name in British fabric and wallpaper designs. Founded in 1968 by Sir Peter Osborne, the 17th Baronet of Ballentaylor, and his brother-in-law, graphic designer Antony Little, the firm built its reputation on both innovation and quality. After noticing the distinct lack of colorful and patterned wallpaper in the market, Osborne & Little took an imaginative approach to design using both classic and contemporary inspiration sources and translating them into bright and bold patterns reflective of the popular styles of the Swinging Sixties. “Wilde Carnation” was the first design produced by Osborne & Little. The pattern was created by Little, who acted as the company’s design director until his retirement in 2005. Featuring a palmette motif rendered in the
bjp-online.comPassion, persistence and burning ambition: Getting ahead in the art worldAs windows to the world or portals into faraway places, photographs have the ability to transport the viewer anywhere, and to any point in time. This is true of Albarrán Cabrera’s artworks, on show at Photo London 2018. Influenced aesthetically by the duo’s travels to Japan, the artworks are concerned, on a more conceptual level, with how images trigger memory. Using both traditional printing methods and their own self-developed hybrid techniques, Barcelona-based artists Angel Albarrán and Anna Cabrera draw inspiration from the notion of photography as a medium that lies somewhere between the real and unreal; a means to see what is hidden from view. Whether making pigment prints with gold leaf or experimenting with the finish of a print, their work is, they say, all about finding ways to play with the viewer’s imagination. “Photography is a reflection on the world outside us,” say Albarrán Cabrera. “This reflection creates new questions and forces us to learn more about a concept, a set of ideas, a culture, or to even learn a new language.” Ultimately,