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  • Lava Scapes | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from Lava Scapes of Nisyros. The whole of the island Nisyros is made up of volcanic rock varying from famously hard black obsidian to very soft off-white pumice.  Some of the most spectacular features are lava pinnacles, thrust upwards during eruptions and sculpted into fascinating and weird shapes by gases exploding …

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  • Olympians of Karpathos | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from Olympos of Karpathos. According to a local myth, the first inhabitants of the island loved their home so much that kidnapped the Olympian Gods from Mount Olympus and brought them to live with them to the highest mountain of Karpathos, named Olympus after them. Therefore they were called Arpathei (those [...] More  →
  • Cycladic frames | Moodboard

    This moodboard draws inspiration from colourful cycladic frames of doors and windows. The prevailing colour has always been blue and along with the white-washed houses, this colour combination has become a trademark of Cyclades. The widespread use emanates from the ancient belief that the sky-blue shade of turquoise has the power to keep evil away. …

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  • Anti-form Synthesis | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from antithesis; anti-forms and anti-materials. A diverse range of everyday materials used by Arte Povera artists – sometimes industrial, sometimes organic – rather than those associated with fine art. These substances were often malleable, volatile or elastic, allowing natural forces and energies such as gravity, electricity, and magnetism to manifest themselves. …

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  • Olympic Unity | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from the Olympic Circles to define the rings’ connection to each other to embody a unified world, with each ring representing one of the five continents. The rings also reflect a world bonded together by the goals of Olympism, a set of values highlighted in the Olympic Games. Olympism encourages the …

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  • Prosperous Animus | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from the Pomegranate that is smashed for Prosperous Animus. Good luck, prosperity, good health and longevity that are the best and most common wishes marking the first day of the New Year. Just before the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve, the lights are shut down to say farewell to …

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  • Transformable Morphs | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from the ancient greek Temple and the architects, who intented to create Transformable Morphs that would surpass their own lives. Objects carry externalised meanings that vary by conditions and needs of the persons. Recycling objects is a cultural practice of acting upon the ‘life courses’ of objects, moving these from a …

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  • Abstract Intervention | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from Abstract Intervention of Greek visual artist Yannis Moralis. The human, particularly female, form is the main subject of Yannis Moralis’s work. The academic approach of his early career gave way in the ’50s to more abstract formulations. In a quest for harmony and balance, in accordance with the fundamental spirit of …

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  • Theatrical Melpomene | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from Theatrical Melpomene of Classical Athens. Melpomene, the Muse of Tragedy, is often represented with a tragic mask and wearing the cothurnus, buskins traditionally worn by tragic actors. Often, she also holds a knife or club in one hand and the tragic mask in the other. Her name was derived from …

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  • Laconian emvasis | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from the Laconian emvasis of Monemvasia, a walled town in Peloponnese tucked into a massive offshore rock surrounded by the Aegean. You cross the causeway, pass through a stone tunnel and enter a town as eerie as it is romantic. Near impregnable and strategically positioned on the sea routes, Monemvasia was …

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