Only to discover, that I started filling my pockets with trash instead of treasure. In making artistic sculptures out of the objects I find, I try to evoke an emotional response from my audience by creating a contradiction.A clash between initial aesthetic attraction and after a second look : repulsion and the realisation of the tragedy trash causes.Acqua Alta as a tool to link all these techniques starting from a unique phenomenon.
Visits to the local swimming pool combined with occasional baths in exotic nature is all a part of her upbringing and a big part of daily life for people living in a country with an abundance of water and geothermal energy.
The Float trend encourages social gathering, both in public and private pools.
It is the perfect setting for the weightless body to experience a deep relaxation where you can relax every muscle.
While floating, the whole body chemistry reacts to the surroundings.
In collaboration with musicians and artists, people will come together with their float gear and enjoy music and stunning visuals while floating around, free from gravity.
Groups of like minded people meet and float together, embraced by water - giving them the feeling of floating around in the vastness of Space.having the time for ”simple” things such as enjoying a long breakfast, have time to pick flowers while waking, Making my bed in a perfect way. I find my self being swept away by a new blue every week. when I see a new blue I become very happy in an uncomplicated way. Designed to create a total bliss moment and relaxation in water, whether in a manmade pool or in natural settings.You are float around, comfortably wrapped in water.For me as a designer, it is the ultimate privilege to create swimwear that honors the strength of a confident woman, empowering her with stylish cuts and quality fabrics to truly make her comfortable” Paula Malm Berner. The newly invented Float design is an addition to the Icelandic bathing culture.Paula is a Stockholm-based fashion designer and entrepreneur, educated at the Parsons School of Design in New York. Designer Unnur Valdís - an Icelandic mermaid and a wellbeing specialist, designed this product to add a new dimension to the water and bathing culture.Our beaches are covered in plastic confetti and there really is nothing to celebrate.