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Wintervacht Revives Decades-Old Blankets as Wool Coats: Two Amsterdam designers find beauty in materials that have lost their original purpose

Wintervacht Revives Decades-Old Blankets as Wool Coats

Upon a first look at Wintervacht’s brightly hued wool coats—from plum purple and canary yellow to curious patterns that evoke lava lamps or colorful chess boards—it’s almost impossible to believe that in their past life, these coats were old blankets……

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Wintervacht Revives Decades-Old Blankets as Wool Coats: Two Amsterdam designers find beauty in materials that have lost their original purpose

Wintervacht Revives Decades-Old Blankets as Wool Coats


Upon a first look at Wintervacht’s brightly hued wool coats—from plum purple and canary yellow to curious patterns that evoke lava lamps or colorful chess boards—it’s almost impossible to believe that in their past life, these…

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Aston Martin Revives Bespoke Lagonda Model: The historic nameplate is reintroduced, drawing inspiration from its 1976 predecessor

Aston Martin Revives Bespoke Lagonda Model


In 1976 Aston Martin introduced the William Towns-designed Lagonda, a cutting-edge automobile unlike anything the market had seen before. Now, nearly 40 years later, the British brand announces a…

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Music video revives pre-cinema animation technique

Artist Virgilio Villoresi uses the age-old technique of shadowgraphy to bring John Mayer’s music to life.

    


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Detroit Electric SP:01: Albert Lam revives an early 20th-century electric auto brand in Motor City

Detroit Electric SP:01


by Nicole Rupersburg As the automotive capital of the world, Detroit is known for the Big Three—GM, Ford and Chrysler. But a new player in town, Detroit Electric, aims to make a name for electric automotive…

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Joseph Cornell’s Manual of Marvels: The Philadelphia Museum of Art revives a lost American masterpiece

Joseph Cornell's Manual of Marvels

Classified as a Surrealist, American artist Joesph Cornell is best known not for his abilities as a painter or a sculptor but as a collector. Cornell took pleasure in the hunt and liked to spend his time scouring secondhand shops for books, faded photographs and other small treasures—which he…

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