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The Fringe Projects. Vibskov & Emenius

Andreas Emenius, Henrik Vibskov [eds]

€35.00

The Fringe Projects. Vibskov & Emenius

Andreas Emenius, Henrik Vibskov [eds]

€35.00

Art / Design / Fashion

ISBN

978-90-5973-115-8 [episode]

Graphic designer

Andreas Emenius, Henrik Vibskov

Number of pages

136

Book size

28 x 24

Binding

Hardcover

Available in English

Co-published with the Zeeuws Museum, Middelburg

For two years now Henrik Vibskov (Denmark) and Andreas Emenius (Sweden) have been working together on The Fringe Projects: a series of ten flickering tableaus of longing and belonging carried out in multiple media. Nine of the projects have already been completed and exhibited in seven different countries. The work of Henrik Vibksov and Andreas Emenius has been featured in, among others, Dazed and Confused and Nylon magazines, and exhibited in cities such as Milano, Paris, Copenhagen, Zurich, and London. Henrik Vibskov (born 1972) and Andreas Emenius (born 1973) met while studying at Central Saint Martins, London.

Henrik Vibksov started his clothing label after graduating in 2000, and has for a period of five years now been the only Scandinavian designer to have a show on the official 'Paris Fashion Week' schedule. The label is sold in selected stores around the globe (like Seven, New York, SpaceMOE, Seoul, Midwest Tokyo, Aloharag Hawaï, Traffik Moskva and Kron Reykjavik - as well as his own shops in Copenhagen, Denmark and Oslo, Norway.

After graduating in 1999, Andreas Emenius roamed the better end of the graphic design world for some time, working with acclaimed graphic designer Neville Brody in Paris and moving on to art directly for Kenzo and Adidas, creating artwork for Nike Holland, sculpture for DNP Tokyo, and create scenography for Das Schauspielhaus in Hamburg. As the years go by he is navigating more freely as a visual artist within an interdisciplinary field, combining his knowledge of design, direction and art.