26.03.2009

FROM THE WAY OF WOMEN ARCHIVES: TEO CONNOR

Graphic designer — London (UK)
[Originally posted on March 2009]

Teo Connor, Art Of Lost Words

Teo runs – alongside her mate Patrick Duffy – the design studio “No Days Off” in London: she’s been a graphic designer for over 8 years and one of their highlights was collaborating with famous photographer Tim Walker for his exhibition at Design Museum. They’ve also worked for XL Recordings, Sony BMG, Pure Groove, Wall of Sound, ICA, Diesel and Wolfgang Tillmans.

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13.03.2009

FROM THE WAY OF WOMEN ARCHIVES: RAFFAELLA MANGIAROTTI

Architect / Designer — Milan (Italy)
[Originally posted on March 2009]

Dandelion floor, Tecnodelta. Design by Matteo Bazzicalupo & Raffaella Mangiarotti, photo by Yoshie Nishikawa

Raffaella is a designer that lives and works in Milan. After a degree in Architecture at Politecnico in Milan she founded the Deepdesign studio with Matteo Bazzicalupo dealing with design e cooperating with business such us Barilla, Castelli Haworth, Coin, Coop, Daimler Chrysler, Fratelli Rossetti, Turin’s 2006 Olympic Games, Kraft, Imetec, Mandarina Duck, Panasonic and Whirlpool Europe. She has been awarded in contests such us Young & Design, Cosmopack, Esaedro, ID Award, Selezione Compasso d’Oro and her lamp “Dandelion” has been presented in MoMa’s permanent collection in New York. Raffaella is preparing her exhibition for Triennale in Milano.

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11.03.2009

FROM THE WAY OF WOMEN ARCHIVES: VALENTINE FALCON

Musician / Designer / Artist — Portland (USA)
[Originally posted on March 2009]

Artwork by Valentine Falcon

Born in San Diego – Californian and now based in Portland – Oregon, Valentine Falcon is the absolutely-striking-on-stage singer of the art-punk band Get Hustle as well as the co-owner of a vintage store called Rad Summer. She’s recently been working on new pieces of collage and designing objects for an upcoming art show. Beyond her creative work, everything in Valentine’s world breathes passion and elegance.

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11.03.2009

FROM THE WAY OF WOMEN ARCHIVES: ROSSANA PASSALACQUA

Stylist — Milan (Italy)
[Originally posted on March 2009]

Mood magazine editorial, photo by Alessio Bolzoni, styling by Rossana Passalacqua

Rossana Passalacqua was born in Palermo, but now lives in Milan. She is a freelance stylist and does regular contributes for magazines such as Encens, The End and Dealer DeLuxe. She has been fashion editor for Rodeo magazine and has done advertising and consulting projects for brands such as C’N'C, Nike, Exte, Nude, Paul Frank, Levi’s, Wesc, Nordkapp, Piaggio, L’Oreal and many others. She has just finished a shooting with photographer Marco Pietracupa for Vice Italy.

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02.03.2009

FROM THE WAY OF WOMEN ARCHIVES: FRANCESCA SARTI

Food designer — Rome (Italy)
[Originally posted on March 2009]

Designed by Arabeschi di Latte

Francesca was born in Florence and 8 years ago founded the female company Arabeschi di Latte. Arabeschi is specialized in design applied to food: its work is very creative and has a strong theoretical reference but never forgets the playful side. Arabeschi’s motto (taken from the “Happiness” exhibition at the Mori Art Museum) is “happiness as a possible condition for living”. Let’s discover more with the now Rome based Francesca!

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