Christmas is coming! We had so much fun doing this project! Thinking of creative solutions made us come with this artistic idea. A calendar can be so boring, therefore we launched ourselves the challenge to make it joyful and inspiring. We had the idea to use French sentences and lifestyle illustrations, the cheeky ones we use regularly in France. You can read here a few quotes taken from this desk calendar, the kind of calendar which should make our daily life happy! This calendar can be ordered or personalized with other illustrations.
We were proud to be part of Tiffany & Coʼs “The Making of The New York Minute” exhibition this year at Landmark with bringing a touch of original photography! After brainstorming on creative solutions, we thought the photo would be a good creative solution especially if we organized it as a bespoke experience. With our photo booth guests could take instant photos and could choose an original frame among several ones: New York Brooklyn Bridge, Vintage Watch Mechanics and the iconic Tiffany blue. They would receive an email copy to be shared onto social media via our platform so they could view and like the content on-line thanks to our made in France technology.
The exhibition at The Landmark Atrium (Central) showcased timepieces from Tiffanyʼs archival collection, including the vintage Tiffany CT60, a birthday gift to President Roosevelt in 1945. Other collections showcased include the new 2016 Blue Book Cocktail Collection and East West Mini Collection. The exhibition offered guests a glimpse into the heritage, evolution and craftsmanship of Tiffanyʼs much adored timepieces.
It’s a wonderful family story, it’s a taste of home and love. This year Paul Lafayet celebrates its 6th Anniversary!
The Anniversary is celebrated by extending a BUY 6 GET 6 FREE offer on selected macaroon purchases and an iPhone 6 case as gift to its first 100 customers in each boutique.
“Jʼaime ma vie!” (I love my life) is the theme for this yearʼs anniversary celebration and we are excited to be a part of this celebration. The Paris Art team worked on creative solutions, and came up with the illustrative design of Paul Lafayet 6th anniversary limited edition collection of macaroon gift box and iPhone 6 case.
The art illustration depicts a tower of macaroons stacked in the shape of the Eiffel Tower which represents France – the origin inspiration for all the creations at Paul Lafayet. The colorful macaroons symbolizes how sweet and vibrant life can be and thatʼs why “Jʼaime ma vie!”.
Just stop by one of Paul Lafayetʼs boutique and give yourself a sweet treat as a reminder of how fabulous life can be…..
If you are looking for some design inspiration for an upcoming celebration or event, please contact us: email@example.com.
For this VIP artistic event, we organized a total bespoke experience in a wonderful hidden jewel, a private villa, located in the Mid levels with a fantastic view and an outstanding space where we welcomed guests for the closing ceremony of Le French May, the major cultural festival of Hong Kong. With our partner Art de Vivre Agency we came up with creative solutions, art performances, contemporary art and culinary experiences to surprise HK society. Among the artistic activities we brought Cantonese Opera which surprised many guests as they couldn’t believe it was happening right in front of them. We also had Asian fan dancers, body painting and a contemporary art exhibition. The result was very simple: everyone got embraced in a wonderful night of delights… and a memorable souvenir.
Watch the video here!
Richard X Zawitz sculptures are at One Central Macau until 22nd February, 2016. The exhibition is hosting 10 Auspicious Monkeys under the Tree of Infinity. These Monumental Lunar New Year Sculptures are meant to bring happiness, positive energy and great luck! With a resplendent veneer of lai see vermillion, reflective gold and silver, the 10 Auspicious Monkeys connote the traditional Chinese New Year blessings of abundance and prosperity. Globally recognized, Richard X Zawitz’s artistic practice is entrenched in Asian tenets of Chinese Taoism and Zen.