Christmas get together @ number 42 was amazing, I never managed to make it to the pale blue door but this pop up restaurant created by set designer Tony Hornecker lived up to expectations. The Architecture Foundation collaborated on this project and let Tony loose within the Architecture Foundations space....From walking into the space I instantly felt like I was in honey I shrunk the kids and we were in this massive dolls house, with lots of nooks and crannies to explore, I especially liked the table for two in the lavatory......and as for the cabaret, words cannot describe it.
And no not the rehab/clinic......one of my best friends and I are throwing a New Years party @ the bar...come along and represent and get Krunked up...........these are the tickets designed and Screen printed by yours truely......Holla @ me for more info....
Blogging with me kinda comes in waves........none for ages and then POW....loads of updating....anyway I wanted to start off with this amazing Birthday present some of my closest friends bought me.......Some haven't even seen it yet so now they can see what they got me......A cindy lamp by Ferruccio Laviani for Kartell.......it's absolutely beautiful........from the tear drop base to the chrome finish...perfection. Thank you x x
Although this happened just over a month ago I think it needs a little mention. How beautiful is the sky!!! Wish I could of been there. Looking at these photographs I realized the striking similarity from The Weather Project a few years back at the Tate Modern created by Olafur Eliasson. Do you agree?????
Posted by Luke Embden at Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Joshua allen harris is a New York based street artist who's taken street art to a next level. Using garbage bags and carefully positioning his characters on subway street grates that cause them to periodically inflate and magically come to life.
Everyone deserves a little treat........I think I'll be going for the 'Peace' temple.
Regarded as Sickboys infamous symbol each themed temple (edition of 25) is numbered and signed by the artist. And comes in a slick screen printed box.
So gotta give props to Z as she's the one who told me about this....Haven't had the chance to smell it yet or get my mits on it but the concept's amazing>>>>>>>>>>check it out :)
Posted by Luke Embden at Wednesday, September 02, 2009
But didn't :(
Whilst attempting to clean up my desktop I stumbled across these beauties......3D Industrial designer Ben Wilsons Airfix chairs that I customized as part of my major project all those years back.
Oh the memories.....Kinda random but when I was in the supermarket this morning I clocked these......refresher bars.....so 90's......childhood memories....so obviously had to indulge. With the Wham bar I just liked the type.......happy chomping.
So my website's taking forever so thought it's about time I'd do something about it...so here I am....Itsme luke embden.....doodler, screen printer, designer......and lover of posca pens....
I'm open to collaborations and freelance work, so please feel free to contact me and let me know what you think of my work...Peace L x