J.W. Anderson Collaborates with Giles Round on Incredible Phallic Vases

Photo via J.W. Anderson

J.W. Anderson’s Workshop series has spawned an incredible collaboration with Giles Round, the London-based sculptor whose work oft explores geometric shapes and monochromatic color panels.  ETTORE. SORRY! highlights Round’s ongoing series of ceramics, which all misappropriate Italian architect Ettore Sottsass’ famous ’70s Shiva vase. Created exclusively for Anderson’s Workshop, this colorful range was rendered flaccid as “both homage and apology to Sottsass and his iconic work.”

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Celebrate NYC: Mia Fonssagrives Solow’s New York-Inspired Design Collection Opens March 28th

Sure, summer in the city might be so good it warrants a song (and a whole lot of tourists), but true New Yorkers know the city is in its prime during the spring; happy hours move outside, picnics replace nights in on Netflix, and the underground subways don’t yet feel like a urine-saturated, scalding underworld.

So when the city is at its best, why not celebrate it! On March 28th, artist and designer Mia Fonssagrives Solow launches her New York-inspired collection at The Museum of the City of New York. A testament to the beauty, brilliance, and eccentricity of NYC, the collection showcases a sundry array of home goods, fashion pieces, and jewelry. Trace the skyline and towering skyscrapers gleaming in the scarves, vases, and cuff links; follow the city’s grid fashioned on a fashionable dress. When you’re done, try to piece together NYC with a wooden puzzle.
 
Gleaming with the skyline, crystalline city lights, and even its signature sports colors, Fonssagrives honors the city and the people who have helped shape it. In a way, its almost like celebrating yourself – so, why not?
 
Mia Fonssagrives Dress