END. x adidas Originals ZX 420 “Bauhaus” (2023)
What’s Bauhaus’ favourite colour? Bright. END. and adidas team up, diving into the world of the Bauhaus movement.
A trio of footwear relays the influential school’s aesthetic vision, which focused on a Modernist approach to art, design and architecture with bold typography, block colours and architectural forms. Taking on the ZX 420, this rendition mirrors the movements penchant for clean lined geometric shapes and of course - its distinct colour palette.
A muted twist on the retro-runner, creamy mesh is overlaid with plush suede and the leather Three Stripes and heel take on primary colour pops and layered forms. Further nods sit pride of place at the woven tongue patch.
To finish END. and the sportswear powerhouse take over the heels - with metallic gold foiled branding, adding adidas’ trademark style.
George Nelson Ball Wall Clock by VitrA (1948 - 1960)
All the original clock designs were simply assigned numbers by Howard Miller. Probably the most recognisable of the series, the Ball Clock, was advertised and sold as 'Clock 4755'; the Sunflower Clock as 'Clock 2261'. Several colour variations were available for many of the clocks. The Ball Clock was available in six colour variations, the Sunflower Clock in three. (Source)
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