March 21, 2016

Icelandic design | Reykjavik School of Visual Arts X Aurum

Reykjavik has a few streets that are great for shopping and much needed coffee breaks, where shops and gallery's opened their stores for special events, collaborations and exhibitions during DesignMarch. At jewellery and lifestyle store Aurum my eye caught an installation in the storefront that I thought was really interesting. Black ink dripped slowly through ice blocks drawing patterns on fabric, part of the exhibition 'Chemical Compound', a collaboration with textiles, jewellery and print by Aurum, the Textiles department of the Reykjavik School of Visual Arts and Textílprentun Íslands 


Tuttu is a collection of jewellery by Aurum created from the hooves of the Greenlandic reindeer and silver. The black and white jewellery is soft and slightly ruffled, yet also pointed and sharp. On the black and white textured surfaces you can detect a soft line that tells us a story about the reindeer’s adventures.

'Inspired by Tuttu' is a collaboration between the textile department of Reykjavik School of Visual Arts and the Icelandic jewellery brand Aurum. Working in teams of two, the students were infatuated by the shapes, colours and the texture of the jewellery. Have a look at the moodboards, inspiration and jewellery at Aurum and the result consisting of four different patterns for digital printing in collaboration with Textílprentun Íslands.












Designers Helga Björk Ottósdóttir // Hjördís Gestsdóttir
pictures vosgesparis // 2-3 photographer Steve Lorenz // Model Anna Kolfinna Kuran


DesignMarch 2016 festival
This week it's all about Icelandic designers and design discovered at this years DesignMarch. Check out more coverage of DesignMarch 2016//2015 via #DesignMarch or have a look at my DesignMarch Pinterest album.

Icelandic design | New ceramics by Postulina
HROSS | Icelandic horses photography book
DesignMarch 2016 festival | Spark design space
Icelandic design | Reykjavik School of Visual Arts  X Aurum
Icelandic design | Design by the sea at Museumspace Seltjarnarnes
NORR11 Reykjavik interiors store & new collection
Icelandic design | Black clay & molten lava candleholders

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