Posts tagged with ‘collaboration’
By Elle Muliarchyk in collaboration with Rebecca Taylor, this brilliant installation is inspired by The Wonderful Adventures of Nils, a Swedish fairy tale in which a boy is shrunk by a gnome and flies across Sweden on the backs of migrating geese. Situated in New York in the Rebecca Taylor flagship store on Madison Avenue, the whole project makes for a fantastic piece of collaboration, there’s yet another reason to enter the store, besides the wonderful clothes now!
As part of a joint mini interview collaboration, we have worked with the wonderful online magazine SpliceLit to bring you an insight into the workings of what it takes to run a creative site. You can read our responses over on their blog here. And here are the questions we put to the team;
How is it that your magazine came to life? And how challenging is it to run a creative magazine coming up with concepts each issue?
SpliceLit has been a collaborative effort and changing everyday. The idea first came to Veda during her senior year of college, after writing a paper about digressions in literature. She was also playing a game called The Path, an interactive retelling of Little Red Riding Hood. The game helped her realize that the way we consume information and the way we tell stories (fiction or about life) has changed drastically! Veda brought up the idea at a writing group and, along with Meagan and Rachel, worked on bringing our ideas about reading and interactivity to life. The concepts for each issues come from writers. If we find a story or a writer that we love, we reach out and work with them to create something that will inspire other artists!
Where do you as a team, see your future as a website and magazine going? And finally, what upcoming projects are you working on?