Ferrari at Art Basel, Black is Back, Eco-Friendly iPad Sleeves and MoreBy Diana Cook
This week in our link roundup we find a discourse on black, a party fit for Ferrari, eco-friendly iPad Sleeves and more. It’s the first Friday in December, the home stretch for finishing out 2011.
“Black is the New Black“, as part of the Dieline Opinion Series, Rick Barrack Chief Creative Officer at CBX helps explain why the always powerful black has surged in popularity.
YouTube is ready for its close-up. Wired.com reports on Google’s streaming-video site overhaul and how it is set to reshape the media landscape. The central focus of the redesign rests mainly on the idea of creating a site as adestination for a channel filled with content, rather than a series of ‘one-off’ videos on the web.
Core77 has some sweet images from the Art Basel, Miami Beach 2011 kick off party featuring four floors packed with museum-worthy Ferrari’s, in addition to the run of the mill celebrities, artists and models.
Designer Charlotte Moss suggests antiques-show strategies over at Architectural Digest. At this fall’s Lauritzen Gardens Antique & Garden Show in Omaha, Nebraska, Moss showed the AD staff her methods for getting the most out of fairs—whether buying or just browsing.
If you’re looking for a green holiday gift for someone who already owns an iPad, our eco-friendly pals over at Inhabitat recommend the FlowFold iPad sleeves. Each sleeve is made in Maine, USA from recycled materials like plastic bottles and sailcloth.