COLOR STORY 01: OCEAN
Symbolizing both depth and boundless possibility, our Ocean colorway embodies fluidity and weightless motion. Borrowing inspiration from art and our surroundings, these visual elements capture the essence of Ocean.
MOONSCAPES OF SARAKINIKO IN MILOS GREECE
Known for its otherwordly moonscapes, Sarakiniko is characterized by its white volcanic formations that give it a lunar appearance. It is one of the most uniqueo beaches in Milos.
‘GREEN SCULPTURE WITH SPHERE’ BY MALOU PALMQVIST
Inspired by the Swedish archipelago, Palmqvist's pieces reflect the oceanic hues of the island. with a focus on calmness and simplicity, she combines geometric pieces and natural organic elements, similar to what one may discover on sandy shores.
‘A RIVER UNDER ME’ BY SOPHIA COLLIER
Capturing the enigmatic essence of water, Collier's sculptures demonstrate soft ripples using a distinct medium of transparent acrylic blocks and light.
AUTUMN MOON AT ISHIYAMA BY HIROSHIGE
Hiroshige's work evoke a sense of placidity and pristine composition, often depicting Japan's nature landscapes. This piece captures Ishiyama temple's idyllic atmosphere using hues of blue watercolor.
MOONRISE KINGDOM (2012)
Integral to his cinematic world-building, director Wes Anderson harnesses his signature pastel hues and hazy lenses. In Moonrise Kingdom, Anderson mixes blues and muted yellows to paint dream-like, nostalgic scenes.
SHOKIN-TEI, KYOTO, JAPAN
The Shokin-tei is a tea house located in Katsura Rikyu, Kyoto. It is widely recognized for its contemporary blue and white checkered walls, which blends beautifully against the gardens’ traditional architecture.