Kundalini will showcase their “Ecstatic” lamps at Water Air Exhibition in New York from 17 to 20 May 2008. Kundalini is an Italian company founded in 1996 defines its lamps as “Objects of Inner Light."
Kundalini will exhibit:
- Bokka table lamp designed by Karim Rashid
- Sama table lamp designed by Gregorio Spini
- Atomium floor lamp designed by Hopf & Wortmann
- Abyss table lamp designed by Osko & Deichmann (pictured)
The cubist oil painting by Fernand Leger sold in New York for more than $39 million Sotheby’s reports.
The auction house says the 1912-1913 painting, “Study for a Woman in Blue,” sold Wednesday for $39.2 million, a record for the 20th-century French artist. The painting’s pre-auction estimate was $35 million to $45 million. The abstract geometric painting shows a woman in a blue dress seated at a table with her hands in her lap.
Chanel vintage shoulder bag in black crocodile. Closes with a zipper on top. Lined in black leather. Zipper pocket against the back. Two outside pockets, one on each side. Pre owned, in like new condition. Comes with dust bag.
The Munk Bogballe Workstation combines beauty, quality, and simplicity. David Munk Bogballe set out to create a station with one clear objective, namely to fuse functionality, technology and sheer beauty into an inviting and coherent, high quality tool of work. In stead of focusing purely on technological computing capabilities David Munk Bogballe wanted to bring factors such as feel, non-technical functionality and appearance to the forefront of the process. Built around and powered by Mac hardware the Munk Bogballe Workstations are delivered with a very powerful configuration in order to give You the power You require at work, at home or on the go.
The Workstation specifications at a glance:
* 13,3 inch widescreen display (1280 * 800 resolution)
* 2,4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor
* 4 GB memory
* 160 GB hard drive
* 8x Super Drive
* built-in webcam, microphone and stereo speakers
Vita's R4 Integrated Music System produces a scale and quality of sound that you simply will not expect from such an attractive and compact design. R4 features a multi format CD player, integrated iPod dock, USB playback port, DAB/FM tuner and auxiliary inputs. The R4 comes with warm, real wood veneers or piano lacquer finishes, complemented by pressed steel panels . The R4 will be available from June starting at £499 ($1000).
L’Artisan Parfumeur has launched the Jatamansi candle scented with the Himalayan Nard flower , citrus, ylang ylang and woody notes. The candle is fully organic and is made with scentless vegetable wax which gives makes the Jatamansi scent cleaner. The L’Artisan Parfumeur Jatamansi candle is available from L’Artisan Parfumeur stores worldwide.
Bryant Park is the inspiration for and name of Bond No. 9's most fashion-forward eau de parfum. This spicy rose-patchouli concoction, with pink pepper added for dissonance, is reflective of the fashionistas and urban renewalists who give the park a cachet to match its sublime scenery. Bryant Park is now chic and shimmering in a limited-edition crystallized flacon adorned with 5,280 Swarovski crystals. 1.7 oz.
HTC has launched, The Touch Diamond, mobile device their new luxury smartphone. Specifications on the quad-band HSDPA 7.2 smartphone are a 2.8-inch VGA touch screen, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4GB of internal flash memory, an orientation sensor or accelerometer and a 3.2 megapixel camera.
Christopher Brosiu's I Hate Perfume is a line of unique and hand blended perfumes created to reflect both fun, individuality and his own scent memories. The perfumes all have a story to tell and are extremely evocative, calling to mind specific times and places in the perfumer’s life that you’ll find you share.
With 670 pages and nearly 900 color and black-and-white illustrations, The Circus, 1870-1950 brings to life the grit and glamour behind the circus phenomenon. Images include photographic gems by key early circus photographers such as Frederick Whitman Glasier and Edward Kelty, about 180 of the earliest color photographs ever taken of the circus from the 1940s and 1950s, 200 posters by the famous Strobridge lithographers, iconic circus photographs by Mathew Brady, Cornell Capa, Walker Evans, Weegee, Lisette Model, and little-known circus images by Stanley Kubrick and Charles and Ray Eames; also included are rare color and black-and-white lithographs and engravings from the 16th–19th centuries illustrating the worldwide roots of the circus, as well as original sideshow banners by legendary sideshow banner artists Nieman Eisman, Fred G. Johnson, and David “Snap” Wyatt.