Tag: creative direction

Candle and Incense, Virudhi Gilaas

Inspiration from the garden A journey down the garden path … This candle and (…)

Indigo collection

Indigo, the new No-Mad color No-Mad grows as the collections follow and complement each (…)

Picnic set No-Mad 97% India

Picnic with a green dress code. Here in Morocco it is still winter on (…)

Patwa

Trimmings from here and elsewhere Some traditions are similar. Or rather, they play the (…)

Tattoos

History of tattoos The pigment is impregnated in the skin, forever. Tattoos are indelible (…)

Moroccan inspiration for a No-Mad print

My moroccan inspiration… ‘Pankti’ s’inspire du Maroc Je suis immergée dans la vie et (…)

V.Barkowski photo shooting, model with harmonica

Happy chance. The happy model. I love my job for the fortuitous encounters that (…)

Paan candles

A paan is chewed. Today a paan lends its fragrance through a No-Mad candle. (…)

Hand embroidered scarves by Mekong Plus

Mekong +, the adventure continues. But at a distance. In 2012, I spent three (…)

Chaiwallas, an indian tradition everywhere in India

Chaiwallas, tea, streets of India… Ils ont besoin de peu de choses. Un petit (…)

NO-MAD new site

For NO-MAD, I had a « carte blanche ». This beautiful freedom, I still keep it (…)

Mekong + Quilts

This Mekong + quilts collection was designed under my creative direction. A know-how that (…)

The GREY collection

Le gris tristesse. Chagrin. Mélancolie. Une couleur qu’il n’a pas toujours la vie facile, (…)

India Design ID fair 2016 – New Delhi

In early February the brand No-Mad 97% India has for the second time participated (…)

V.Barkowski store

In life, there are “happy accidents”, the V.Barkowski store is one of these… I had (…)

The BLUE collection

Une collection couleur de ciel La palette des couleurs de NO-MAD s’ouvre, s’élargit pour (…)

Packaging concept

For each of my projects I give a particular attention to the visual identity (…)

The No-Mad tray, a thali with a twist

It is round, friendly and so Indian. So steeped in culture. It struck me (…)

The aubergine collection

Communication of the Bandit Queen is, since the brand was launched, focusing on black (…)

The BLACK collection

Noir intense Le noir. Le vide. La nuit avant le jour. Cette couleur, dont (…)

Mix and match

Time which brings together Yesterday’s designs meet with those of today. Or perhaps the (…)

Visual identity No-Mad

Strong, simple, timeless. 97% Indian. Such is the recurrent theme of the brand NO-MAD. (…)

Silver Collection

The five commandments of Diwali Five days of festivity… five days when lights shine (…)

India Design Delhi 2013

Bandit Queen has taken part at the India Design fair 2013 in New Delhi. (…)

Bandit Queen – Book

     

Hall of temptation

Photo : Vincent N’Guyen, Photo styling : Isabelle Dupuy Chavanat Photo : Vincent N’Guyen, (…)

Steam room

Photo : Vincent N’Guyen, Photo styling : Isabelle Dupuy Chavanat Photo : Vincent N’Guyen, (…)

Room of delicacies

Room of delicacies “Royal courts attend my dinners, alongside travellers, robbers, and observers of (…)

The embroidered car

How did it all start? I don’t remember! But the fact is that one (…)

The enigmatic legend of the Bandit Queen

Bandit Queen is a highlander, she is 20 years old, she is 1000… She (…)

Bandit Queen – Brand story and concept

Behind Bandit Queen, there is a whole progression of ideas… certain of them forgotten, (…)

Paris – 2002

This apartment was decorated just after the Mia Zia boutique opened in Paris. It’s (…)