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International Asperger Syndrome Day

Do you remember how you felt the first time you saw a negative number or a derivative? How your brain tried to understand what it was about, to find a use for something so strange, so “useless” and difficult to understand?

I tend to think that this is how a person with Asperger Syndrome feels like every time a new social interaction come across. Read more

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NACT colors by Emmanuelle Moureaux, another colorful art installation

Last January The National Art Center of Tokyo (NACT) celebrated its 10th Anniversary. For celebrating this landmark, architect Emmanuelle Moureaux has created NACT colors, an art installation renamed as the Forest of Numbers. The large scale paper installation welcome guests into the exhibition room.

Could you imagine walking through a forest of giant colorful numbers? Emmanuelle Moureaux made it possible!

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FILLING SPACES – Federico Picci

Have you ever thought that the music your are listening is filling your body with happiness? That little by little music is filling the space around you and that you can start flying within it?

This is what Federico Picci wants to show with his “FILLING SPACES”. How something inmaterial like music can fill a room with its beauty.

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KIDS&FASHION, SHOES&ACCESSORIES, SHOP, SHOPPING TIME

CIFF KIDS – The coolest trends for next Winter

CIFF KIDS is the Scandinavian window for children trends and quality brands. Not so big in size as other children fairs, CIFF KIDS is “big” in the quality of the brands selected for exhibition. Over 300 brands, all of them conscious with the world our children have to live. Brands focused in working with natural materials, centering their production in the places where they are from and supporting the workers and the environment .

Global brands and small emergent companies lived together during 3 days in the center of Copenhagen presenting the trends for the Autumn Winter 2017/2018. Read more

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