Why Brands Need to Find their ‘Grey Space in the Middle’

Why Brands Need to Find their ‘Grey Space in the Middle’

“The interplay between the user and the provider will be so in simpatico it’s going to crush our ideas of what mediums are all about…. the idea that the piece of work is not finished until the audience come to it and add their own interpretation, and what the piece of art is about is the grey space in the middle. That grey space in the middle is what the 21st century is going to be about.” – David Bowie

http://www.pearlfisher.com/live/perspectives/why-brands-need-to-find-their-grey-space/

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Why Brands Need to Find their ‘Grey Space in the Middle’

David Bowie’s Influence On Fashion Is Undeniable

¨How great is Bowie’s impact? He’s been cited as a influence by almost everyone worth mentioning. He also happens to be a continual well of inspiration for those in the fashion industry, where he’s served as muse for Keanan Duffty’s diffusion line for Target in 2007, a resource for Lady Gaga’s costumes while on tour in Japan, and even once stepped in to settle a dispute between two male models. He’s starred in a fashion film for Louis Vuitton in which he (sort of) reprises his role as “Goblin King” while seducing Arizona Muse. Kate Moss has even transformed into Bowie for Vogue twice—once in 2003 and again in 2012.¨

http://www.mtv.com/news/1940483/david-bowie-fashion-influence/

David Bowie’s Influence On Fashion Is Undeniable