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Postfolk digitally Handcrafted

Maria Olga Vlachou gives an artistic touch in our life 

The first thing i have to highlight here is that we are talking about a very talented greek designer, who combines traditional greek culture with digital designs. Art is life and that is something that all the art-aholics know. Simplicity and making a statement is all that we need in order to create a calm and beutiful environment.

Postfolk works to relocate these elements within a new visual context and physical form, most of all in the pure brilliant colors of silk-screen prints.

Now i have to thank her for trusting us with this amazing beach towel, which i could totally use it to decorate my walls.

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Irresistible artistic accessories

A so “lucky” limited edition 
It’s not the first time that we are talking about this collection, and for sure it’s not the last, since it has a multidimensional purpose, at first to hel children in need and secondly since it represents a one of a kind style.
Towels and espadrilles
Accessories filled with love, luck and hope to help children in need in Greece by photographer Marina Vernicos
Color, design, fashion, Summer 2015, trends

Summer prints

Fashionable fabrics and unique designs 

This summer’s prints are all about contrasting textiles and patterns which can be used in a symmetrical way. Two other prints that have drawn the attention of fashionistas around the globe are theartwork print and the graphic/geometric print. I’m guessing it’s not that bad to literally wear famous paintings on your clothes, transforming them into fashion masterpieces and increasing their value. Gingham, polka, ethnic, animal, stripe prints. Fusion fashion for memorable stylish statements.


Interactive animation for iPad and iPhone

Art in your hands

Greek Artist Petros Vrellis is a big admirer of Vincent Van Gogh, which prompted him to produce an interactive version of Starry Night. It took him a patience-sapping six months to produce the original PC version, where finger swipes redirect the painter’s famous daubs into a light and sound show. Of course, there was such a clamor from users all desperate to have a go, that he managed to produce an iPad app in a little under a month. Now you can pick it up from the App Store at the source link, or head on past the break to see this new version in action (you really do have to see it).