ON ISSUU.COM: THE HAND MADE CREATION BY MITRANI YARDEN
PHOTOS & STORY BY ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI
ON ISSUU.COM: THE HAND MADE CREATION BY MITRANI YARDEN
PHOTOS & STORY BY ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI
This is the videoclip I created for Mitrani Yarden, a talented fashion designer and artist. I was inspired by the uniqueness of his creations and by his way to match colors and shapes, and daring to experiment new textiles, materials and solutions. His art comes from the streets, from the cities, from heart and mind. Freedom, harmony and individuality are the 3 words that represent Mitrani Yarden’s way of living.
So, to make this videoclip I began to work around his 3 words and letting me inspire by his great creations (outfits, designs, drawings and sketches). Then I tried to translate the sense and the spirit of his art in these few phrases, as you may see in the clip: “Put an armour on your dreams / Clothe yourself in freedom / No dart will hit you / (we’re) MADE TO BE SEEN”.
For the soundtrack I chose a fragment from a great piece by Audiomachine (“Red Sorrow”)… Please, listen to the epic drums (which seem to wake up the world… and the sleeping consciousness).
Yes, we’re made to be seen: I think this is a basic concept of the human and mutual relationship. In fact, we’re not in-visible. And the in-visibility is the easiest way to fall in the in-humanity… Mitrani Yarden’s design, art and fashion are telling these intriguing suggestions.
Mitrani Yarden says: “My Creations are cosmic and multifaceted. An infinity and multicultural in reality. My point is to meltinpot all the different and rich uniqueness on earth into a modernity, harmony, elegance and soficticated silhouette for offering people to have the ability and the opportunity to achieve clothes that will get a full and perfect harmony with their personality and their character. The ability for having the perfect way to express and communicate themself to everyone in every moments”.
Yes, because (we’re) made to be seen…
Yarden styles contain a very big varieties of different details, materials, contrasting elements, contemporary nature, cultures,tradition and modernity, contradiction between the constructed and unconstructed, futuristic,romantique eleganthie, avant-garde and freedom.
His official website: http://www.mitraniyarden.com/
© Photos: ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI
A real wind of colors is blowing through Indigo Salon in Paris (17-18-19 September 2013) which also features Bruno Boggia Design Studio (Como, Italy). The popular Parisian event welcomes merging operators in textile design and fashion from around the world. Indigo Salon (Parc d’Expositions, Paris-Nord Villepinte) also this year is bringing new creations and fabrics. Studio Boggia is proposing in Paris patterns which anticipate fashion trends. In fact, Indigo Salon is a special preview (Première Vision) of what will happen in the world-fashion. Textile designs by Boggia are focusing on a various range of colors and shapes combining tradition and innovation, as we admire in this photo-gallery…
© BRUNO BOGGIA DISEGNI, ITALY
© Photos by ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI
Floral textures are always one of the dominant fashion trends. Bruno Boggia Disegni Studio in Como (Italy) – where they have also created the 3 silk scarves series based on my “Laceractions” images – – has seized on all floral suggestions in order to create a kind of coloristic great fresco for his textile design patterns. Next seasons trends (2014-2014) will give preference to colors and shapes drawn by following flowers and leaves shapes. This photogallery is a special preview of the new fabrics designs which will be shown the forthcoming fairs.
© BRUNO BOGGIA DISEGNI, ITALY – © Photos by ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI
There’re also some geometric shapes and topics – such as those presented in this photo-gallery – in the new textile collection that Bruno Boggia Studio (Como, Italy) displays from today in Paris at “Première Vision” of Indigo Salon (September 19-21, 2012, Paris-Nord Villepinte). Lucia and Bruno Boggia, along with their collaborators, participate to the famous Parisian event bringing a range of novelty already appreciated in different parts of the world. Bruno Boggia Studio created beautiful limited-edition silk scarves with my torn poster images…
In Paris they propose designs and fabrics which anticipate the next fashion trends. The Indigo Salon is traditionally considered the “first vision” of what is going to happen to the world-fashion. The Paris Show puts on display ideas and suggestions for the next catwalks and pret-a-porter fashion shows, trying to overcome the effects of the market crisis. Best wishes for a speedy recovery are also coming from the Bruno Boggia Studio’s colorful proposals which focuse on the most effective colors, combining tradition and innovation. As shown in this pics, where geometry suggests ideas and emotions to textiles.
This is the official poster for SPECIAL LIMITED-EDITION of 3 SILK SCARVES created by ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI, for his “Lacer/actions Art Project”, now on sale at “LA BOTTEGA DI OSCAR / OSCAR’S BOUTIQUE”.
Their design is unique. They reproduce details of torn posters images captured around the world by Roberto Alborghetti , who says: “I accepted the challenge that italian textiles designer Bruno Boggia offered me. Bruno, with the invaluable assistance of his daughter Lucia and his staff, helped me selecting artworks to be converted into silk scarves designs.”
Bruno Boggia Studio works with the most famous designers and fashion brands in the world (Capucci, Lacroix, Valentino, Lancetti, Mila Schon, Chanel, Celine, Dior, Y.S.L., Etro, Escada, Donna Karan, Paul Smith, Rolando Santana…) So, the images of dirty and ripped papers – left to decompose on city walls or billboards – after being transformed in canvases, lithographs and videoclip, are now artistic and original silk scarves (100 % Crepe de Chine).
For informations: firstname.lastname@example.org .
AN EXCLUSIVE LIMITED-EDITION!
Pure Silk Scarves / Limited-edition – Crêpe de Chine – A Three Images Series.
Created by Roberto Alborghetti for “Lacer/actions” Project (Images of torn posters and urban “signs”) in collaboration with Bruno Boggia Disegni (Como, Italy)
Sizes: width 63 cms, height 170 cms.
Silk scarf. # 1: “Shared Moods”
Silk Scarf # 2: “Nine Eleven, New York 2001″
Silk Scarf # 3: “Wind of May, ruffle my thoughts”
A three silk scarves series are now on sale at “La Bottega di Oscar” / Oscar’s Boutique. They are available in a very special limited-edition and at a special price. The silk scarves designs are unique: they reproduce details of images concerning torn posters captured on the cities walls around the world by Italian visual artist and reporter Roberto Alborghetti who had the idea to turn trash into an art subject (his incredible abstract pics are also trasnferred on canvases, lithographs and other materials).
Roberto Alborghetti created and produced this particular fashion accessory with the assistance and collaboration of the internationally known textile designer Bruno Boggia, who works for the most famous international fashion stylists. Roberto Alborghetti creations have already won consents and attentions throughout the web and from medias; New York blogger Marina Chetner (http://marinachetner.com/) wrote that ““Roberto’s torn poster art inspired silk scarves are going to be the next big fashion trend”.
To buy them, contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
This special limited-edition of silk scarves is available on three designs titled: “Shared Moods”, “Nine Eleven, New York 2001”, “Winds of May, ruffle my thoughts”.
The Italian Weekly Magazine “Il Punto”, in his last issue ( March 2, 2012) dedicates text and pic to Roberto Alborghetti ‘s Limited Edition Silk Scarves from his “Lacer/actions” Art Project about images of torn posters and urban signs. The article – introduced by “Lacer/actions at your neck” headline – is edited by journalist Roberta Maresci for the Fashion section of the review.
Roberta Maresci writes: “A silk scarf to remember the Fallen of Nine Eleven, although his most famous art images come from trash of the cities walls. Glamorous accessories are borning from waste dirty, ripped, torn and worn paper. It is called “Lacer/actions” the project by which Roberto Alborghetti turns trash into an art subject, or at least into an watchable product as a textile design. It’s an unique experimentation which has become reality thanks to Bruno Boggia who in his Studio in Como for over sixty years has been working on textiles design and with the most famous designers in the world (as Capucci, Lacroix, Valentino, Lancetti, Mila Schön, Chanel, Celine, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Etro, Escada, Donna Karan Paul Smith, Rolando Santana).
LACER/AZIONI AL COLLO
Da “Il Punto” – Settimanale / 2 marzo 2012
Pagine Moda – A cura di Roberta Maresci
Una sciarpa in seta per non dimenticare i caduti dell’11 settembre. Anche se le sue più celebri sono ricavate dalle immagini dei muri-trash. Dai rifiuti di carta sporca, strappata, lacerata e usurata nascono accessori glamour. Si chiama Lacer/azioni il progetto di Roberto Alborghetti che trasforma il trash in un soggetto d’arte, o quantomeno in un prodotto guardabile: textile design. Una singolare sperimentazione diventata realtà grazie a Bruno Boggia che nel suo Studio di Como da oltre sessant’anni lavora con i tessuti e i più famosi stilisti del mondo (da Capucci a Lacroix, Valentino, Lancetti, Mila Schön, Chanel, Céline, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Etro, Escada, Donna Karan, Paul Smith e Rolando Santana).
China Tv has produced a documentary about the internationally known designer Denis Burlet. Waiting to see the reportage – which is takin’ part of a series dedicated to great creative people – here a clip about the tv documentary “making off”. Denis Burlet, on January 6 2012, has received the honour to be selected for “Officiel du Club des 500 édition 2012” as a personality who operates for the development of the so called “La Grand Région”, a great French area gathering Saar, Lorraine, Luxembourg, Rhénani.
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A year has gone. It’s time to fix some reports, also for my blogger experience. According to 2011 site stats, I compiled a chart about my most viewed posts. It’s the occasion to thank visitors and my fellow bloggers. Let’s keep growing up this wonderful opportunity to share ideas and experiences improving communication and human relationships! Thanks to all who approach my art provoc/actions too…
MY TOP 15 POSTS OF 2011
1 – PREVIEW ON TEXTILE DESIGN TRENDS FOR FASHION 2013
2 – ABOUT ME, ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI
3 – ART AND DESIGN FOR DAILY LIFE
4 – BRUNO BOGGIA, IL DISEGNO E’ VITA
5 – LACER/ACTIONS AT PARALLAX AF LONDON
6 – LONDON, PARALLAX AF 2 AT “LA GALLERIA”
7 – THE LIFE BECOMES ART: WELCOME TO PARALLAX AF IN LONDON
8 – CENTER FOR MEDIA LITERACY: A COMMON EFFORT TO SEE MEDIAS THROUGH NEW EYES
9 – THE SCIENCE BEHIND THE LAW OF ATTRACTION
10 – “POP ART AVANT-GARDE”
11 – FASHION DESIGN PREVIEW 2012: LIMITED EDITION OF 3 SILK SCARVES CREATED WITH TORN POSTERS IMAGES
12 – L’ECO DI BERGAMO NEWSPAPER DEDICATES 2 FULL PAGES TO ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI’S LACER/ACTIONS ART
13 – DUE PAGINE DE “L’ECO DI BERGAMO” RACCONTANO LE “LACER/AZIONI” DI ROBERTO ALBORGHETTI
14 – STREET ART AND FASHION: HOW TO CREATE SILK TEXTILES FROM RIPPED ADS ON CITY WALLS
15 – LACER/ACTIONS: CANVASES