ANNUAL REVIEW

The beginning of the new year naturally encourages a revision of the past and throwing an optimistically realistic look at the future. Inevitably, we are reviewing what happened to us professionally in 2020. What a year! Among the worries and partings – alas, we had to close GENERATOR and empty our office – we somehow rode a lucky wave and joined in some truly amazing and meaningful professional adventures as well as continue our work on MELBA design initiatives.

HOMO FABER

This is a new online platform for European crafts, galleries and museums, which pays tribute to talent, preserves traditions and carries them into contemporary handmade objects. We have the responsibility and pleasure to offer and take care of the Bulgarian participants’ presentations and places, and their number is expected to continue to grow in 2021.

CINEMA

Or Creative Industries for New Urban Economies in the Danube Region is a two-year project of the Danube transnational program Interreg, in which the focus lays on finding methods and tools for renewal and active development of abandoned central urban areas through the involvement of creative industries. Studio Komplekt is a partner on Bulgarian side, along with the municipality of Gabrovo. We are working together to find suitable and long-term opportunities for the development of the District 6 in Gabrovo.

TEACH FOR BULGARIA

The popular and unique platform for the development of Bulgarian education “Teach for Bulgaria” marked its 10 year anniversary in 2020, which gave a serious reason for rebranding. We were invited to propose and communicate with a graphic design studio, which would transform and open new opportunities for the visual communication. The result is a dynamic, flexible and attractive identity that combines a variety of elements and meets the growing ambitions of the organization. Its authors are studio PUNKT.

<photo: Michail Novakov>

MELBA LIVE

This year we continued to hold meetings with local design heroes, albeit in an online format. Taking advantage of the imposed trends for ZOOM events, we presented exceptional specialists not only from Bulgaria, but also some based in other parts of the world, reaching a wider audience and archiving the lectures in our You Tube channel.

THIRD EDITION OF MELBA FESTIVAL

The lack of live interaction with the audience and the big halls filled with people was gravely missed, especially for the happening of the international symposium. But this did not make the third edition of the festival less valuable or uninteresting. Five great speakers took part in a live online session to openly and fascinatingly delver presentations about their creative path, visions and professional flashes. The Sofia audience was able to take a live and very real walk through the three exhibitions, specially arranged for the festival. – “Review of Bulgarian Design 2020 – New Models of Everyday”, “Illustrated Constitution” and “TestPress”. We were also able to realise an online class for creating a digital product.

We’ve said it before and won’t tire of repeating it – THANK YOU. To you – the audience – who follow and are excited about the topics of design, architecture and visual culture. To all participants and to our partners and supporters – Sofia Municipality Culture Program, National Culture Fund, Fashion Days, SiteGround, Next DC, Spanish Embassy, Irish Embassy, Czech Centre, Goethe Institut, Polish Institut, Bulgaria Air, IKEA, VIJ! Magazine, MD, Boyscout, UnderTheLine, Artakcia.

2021

It is safe to say that 2020 brought changes that are here to stay, especially in the sphere of organising hybrid events and its growing digitalisation. We hope to be able to continue to getting you in contact with the irreconcilable creative force that inspires the spirit and helps in difficulties, encourages us to be more humane, open to innovations and tuned in to the beauty around.

A THIRD MELBA, PLEASE

One thing we know by now is that making plans is an unpredictable and uncertain business. 2020 might (still) have surprises in store, but we are trying to keep adequate to the challenges. The third edition of MELBA is different from the previous ones. Hybrid and reformatted in order to make the events accessible and live (online and live-live) even in COVID-19 times.

MIXING GOOD DESIGN MEANINGFULLY

MELBA keeps on mixing good design meaningfully in a one-of-a-kind experience that boosts the creative profession, brings valuable ideas on the spotlight and triggers beneficial impact. Here is the quick overview of the program. Make sure you visit the cool website we have this year (courtesy of NEXT-DC).

MELBA PROGRAM | 5-15 Nov 2020

SYMPOSIUM | Online live | 7.11, Saturday – get your early bird ticket for 20 BGN until 30.10 from here.

Chris Haughton, Lucie Koldova, Max Siedentopf, Paula Zuccotti, Verònica Fuerte / Hey

THREE EXHIBITIONS, welcoming visitors in open door galleries and free access: Review of Bulgarian Design 2020 with the participation of ten magnificent projects that nourish our environment beautifully and meaningfully, Illustrated Constitution and TestPress.

DESIGNATHON CLASS thinking creatively about the digital product. Tickets for the class are limited to only 15. Hurry up!

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LOVE AND THANKS to all our supporters, partners and friends in this endeavour.
Stay healthy, keep safe and let’s see each other soon for a MELBA.

 

HOMO FABER

Homo Faber will return to celebrate the best of European and Japanese craftsmanship in the beautiful premises of the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice. In light of this, to ensure the health and safety of you all, our cherished crafts community, we have taken the decision to postpone the second edition of Homo Faber: Living Treasures of Europe and Japan to 2021.

Homo Faber is the premier event organised by the Michelangelo Foundation for Creativity and Craftsmanship, an international non-profit organisation based in Geneva, Switzerland, which was set up to celebrate and preserve master craftsmanship around the world and strengthen its connection to design. Rooted in a tradition of culture and excellence and in the realities and challenges of today’s global economy, the foundation aims to support those who dedicate themselves to the pursuit of master craftsmanship and to foster a new cultural movement built around the values that are essential for their work.

The new date for the second edition of Homo Faber: Crafting a more human future will be confirmed soon. The month-long event will host 17 exhibitions and installations presenting the work of European master artisans and also welcomes Japan as a special guest. Exhibitions will spotlight the country’s venerated craftsmanship traditions and honour its influence on European craftsmanship. Together, the exhibitions showcase a wide array of materials and expertise, from traditional skills in danger of being lost to the most cutting-edge contemporary techniques. 

The world-class curators, designers and architects creating the 17 exhibition spaces are: Italian architect Michele De Lucchi, London-based fashion exhibition designer and curator Judith Clark, Japanese designer, professor and curator Naoto Fukasawa, French museum director and porcelain expert David Caméo, Belgian-Italian gallerist Jean Blanchaert, acclaimed architect Stefano Boeri, American director and visual artist Robert Wilson, German designer Sebastian Herkner, vintage car broker, expert and collector Simon Kidston, Japanese museum director Tokugo Uchida, renowned Japanese photographer Rinko Kawauchi, French curator and porcelain specialist Frédéric Bodet, Italian university professor and craftsmanship expert Stefano Micelli and French interior designer and scenographer Sylvain Roca. 

Visitors will be able to discover the excellence of European craftsmanship through a series of showcases which reveal European master artisans, their techniques, traditions, workshops, innovative methods and the creativity of their individual crafts. Spectacular exhibitions will explore the human element at the heart of fine creations, the cherished savoir-faire, the unique narratives, territorial influences, and diverse materials which enrich each masterpiece, for an authentic celebration of European exquisite artisanship. 

From Europe’s treasure trove, the exhibition will broaden its horizons to explore the entwining cultural relationship between Europe and Japan, the special guest of honour. Homo Faber 2020 honours the official recognition that Japan gives to its finest masters, designating them as keepers of important intangible cultural properties. It is considered a great honour to be a National Living Treasure, as they are known. Visitors will have the possibility to see some of the magnificent objects they have made – exquisite porcelain, a lacquered harp, hand-dyed kimonos and much more – as well as a photographic exhibition that shows them in their ateliers. 

The event brings visitors diverse, immersive experiences, including the chance to meet master artisans as they create something extraordinary in front of visitors’ eyes. Evocative images and video installations will transport spectators to master artisans’ workshops across Europe, affording them intimate views into the world of fine craftsmanship. Discover the craftsmanship behind the world’s most prestigious luxury brands and journey through a rendering of an iconic staging of Puccini’s opera, Madama Butterfly. 

“Homo Faber 2020 offers a unique window into what is possible when the heart and mind finds expression through the hands”, says Franco Cologni, co-founder of the Michelangelo Foundation. “Once again, in the glorious venue of Venice, and with our guests from Japan, we are pleased to showcase extraordinary talent and offer a new perspective on creativity.” 

Beyond the walls of Fondazione Giorgio Cini, a series of “satellite” exhibitions will take place around the city of Venice, in a multi-location exhibition entitled Homo Faber in Città. A unique itinerary winding through the streets of Venice mapping key locations for the metiers d’art, will allow visitors to keep investigating the beauty of craftsmanship beyond Homo Faber. Discover Venice’s rich artisanal heritage with visits to Venetian artisans’ workshops, the Fenice ateliers, Vivaldi’s violins exhibited in the church of Santa Maria della Pietà, the Domus Grimani exhibitions and much more. 

MELBA LIVE XI

The eleventh edition of our favorite format MELBA LIVE boldly steps into digital territories and takes advantage of the pandemic situation by presenting distant heroes of Bulgarian design through Zoom conversations. Directly reporting from Majorca and London, we learn about the surprising and incredible professional research of three internationally recognized talents, covering the topics of biomaterials, more humane furniture in maternity wards and ethical crafts. We announce with undisguised pride and excitement the three speakers at our upcoming June event:

NINELA IVANOVA defines herself as a design strategist and thinker. Devoted to interdisciplinary practices, she curiously tries to predict a more meaningful application of design through harnessing scientific processes and natural materials. After seven years of in-depth study of mycelium at Kingston University in London, Ninela is now a PhD and a skilfull master on a wide range of head-turning ideas for a more noble future through new developments in technology, art, design, textiles and fashion, all inspired by bacteria, fungi and molds. Her name became quite popular due to her work on the collection of furniture and lighting MYCELIUM+TIMBER together with Sebastian Cox, developed from woven English ash, engulfed in Fomes fomentarius (mycelium). The project has been included in several exhibitions and recognized as exceptional and contributing significantly to the construction of materials for the furniture industry from renewable sources. (pictures by Petr Krejci)

 

We come across STILIYANA MINKOVSKA and her violet ultra attractive upholstered furniture as if from the decor of a futuristic spaceship through an article in the media giant DEZEEN. Following a swift connection and exchange of emails, it became clear that Stiliana is quite the multitalented and bright figure. She graduated as an architect, with a serious inclination towards interiors, product design and photography (we also add great style and open personality). After winning one of four residencies in the renowned program for young talents at the Design Museum in London in 2019, she came up with a revolutionary development for the type, function and use of furniture in maternity wards. All the details about Ultima Thule and more professional insights come from Stiliana herself at the end of the month in Melba Live №11. Can’t wait.

 

ELIA NEDKOV loves to cross various artistic disciplines and rightly cannot be fit into just one specific professional framework. Interior and furniture designer, architect, experimenter, artistic director, curator, photographer… He has a plethora of creative experiences and an amazingly interesting professional path which account to his stories being like magic tales captivating dreams and liberating the spirit. We contact him from Majorca, where he lives with his creative and life partner – Anna-Alexandra (pictured above) – with reflections on the values ​​of craft production by local craftsmen and the provocation of the pandemic to pay attention to the slow life and valuable goods around us. The focus is on his latest brand – e.n_bags – ethical, stylish and gorgeously beautiful.

 

The 11-th edition of MELBA LIVE will take place on the 25th of June at 17:00 in ZOOM. More info on registering (for free) coming soon.
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MELBA LIVE is part of the Melba Design Initiatives created and curated by Studio Komplekt. They present remarkable in their approach projects by local design heroes in various fields of design in an inspiring and honest ways.

NEW MODELS OF EVERYDAY LIFE: RAZGAR

Thanks to all designers who are responding to our invitation to submit their idea or prototype in the initiative New Models of Everyday – a selection of these would be presented in the third edition of the exhibition Review of Bulgarian Design Now in November 2020 as part of the festival MELBA.

Proud to present our second participant – Zahari Radev with his portable grill and fire pit – RAZGAR. It was created with the idea that it can be easily and conveniently transported anywhere, without the need for unnecessary fuss or maintenance. Especially suitable for camping, which does not leave a mark. We find a special charm in the personal story behind the creation of the product. RAZGAR takes us back to the 1970s, when the great-grandfather of the industrial designer Zahari Radev made his first barbecue grill out of an old metal drawer. The present sees an improved and perfected version of his idea.

The product also bears the mission to support small crafts and enterprises, to pay tribute to crafts and the tradition of transmitting such valuable and masterful hand skills. Following the example of the industry of this past, RAZGAR is created to be used for a long time, to be extremely durable and even made of natural materials. Its author Zahari Radev shares:

RAZGAR has been developed in the last two years to reach the current look. The starting point is the inspiration and admiration I have for my great-grandfather. This product shows respect for him and his family of industrial revolutionaries. RAZGAR was invented, tested and put into production with the idea to be produced in Bulgaria by craftsmen and master specialists in this field, to support small productions, studios and workshops, as it was during the times of my great-grandfather and his family.

Follow RAZGAR or order one for yourselves at the product’s web site here or in Instagram.

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New Models of Everyday is a project by Studio Komplekt and part of our design initiatives Melba. Participate with your creative idea, prototype or realisation. The frames are wide and welcoming all forms of creativity and design. You will find more detailshere.

NEW MODELS OF EVERYDAY LIFE: MISSMETODAY?

This week we launched the initiative New Models of Everyday Life – an invitation to designers from all disciplines and creative dedications to send their idea, prototype or a realized project that gives a solution to a specific problem, offers a better approach, provokes reflection and expands our worldview, or gives us courage, hope and joy. Some of the received projects will be included in the annual exhibition Review of Bulgarian Design, scheduled for November 2020 as part of the annual Melba Festival.

We are happy to present the first participant who accepted our invitation to open and inaugurate the initiative. This is Maria – an independent illustrator, founder of “Missmetoday?”, a lover of unicorns and chocolate. She sincerely loves her job and tries to find as much time for it as possible every day. The work “Mariana”, shown here, is part of the long-planned project “City Heroines”, which is currently being implemented with the support of Sofia Municipality, under the initiative “Solidarity in Culture”. “City Heroines” focuses on the unexpected and not well recognized champions and Maria has already prepared a long list of most diverse ladies, where the personal story always leads the way.

“Today, a special emphasis is placed on women’s rights and their support for each other. But what impressed me is that the focus is mainly on ladies from the past or those who have already succeeded. These examples are wonderful and inspiring, but I find it much more motivating to draw inspiration from someone who is available and you can meet every day. I myself am constantly looking for such examples and I am extremely interested in how each of us copes with the hardships of life. I want to shift the perspective to the present and the unexpected heroines of everyday life.”

Here is what Maria shares about Mariana: at her small place you can find everything – from meatballs, through french fries, to burek peppers. I love the neighbourhood pubs and small bistros, where it is not shiny and is often unsightly, but it is insanely delicious and you can talk to any customer as if you were childhood friends. Mariana saved my life when my daughter was still a small baby. We ate with her regularly. Later, when my daughter turned 2, she started eating her meals. For a long time we accepted Mariana almost as a member of the family. Today, Mariana continues to work on the front line. You can find her on Hemus, opposite the 102 bus stop.

Follow Maria for other stories in charmingly detailed illustrations in Instagram and in Facebook.

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New models of everyday life is a project of Studio Komplekt, part of our Melba design initiatives. Participate with your creative idea, prototype or realization. The frames are wide and welcoming all forms of creativity and design. You will find more details here.

NEW MODELS OF EVERYDAY LIFE

The collective drive to invent a variety of small or grandiose solutions and gestures to improve everyday life stands out even more in the ubiquitous times of emergency. They come as a proof of the fantastic labor and creativity of designers to invent ways that can make us happy and be of serve for a long time. Their ideas draw new patterns of interaction with our environment, motivated by a common sense of valuable contribution.

We launch a new initiative-invitation to all designers – send your idea, prototype or already realised project that you would like to present to the world to power it with the opportunity for a more meaningful and better way of life, a certain solution to a current problem or with courage, hope and spontaneous joy. We welcome all design disciplines, and with no limits to creativity.

Why participate:

We’ll upload the project to our Facebook covers and share it on all our media (Instagram and website) with a short presentation. Some of the works will be selected for presentation in the third annual edition of the exhibition Review of Bulgarian Design, part of Melba – Sofia Design Festival in November 2020.

How to participate:

Send us your creative idea, prototype or already realised project related to the topic New Models of Everyday Life. The framework is wide and it can be anything – illustration, graphics, 3D print, intervention in an urban environment, product, prototype of a real product or application, media, provocation for a certain community, support for a small business, communication, identity, interactive experiment, digital museum … The important requirement is that you are a designer of Bulgarian origin, the idea is original, and related to the creation of design for the current world now.

And more specifically:

– all materials should be send to hello@studiokomplekt.com / subject Оpen Call New Everyday Models; 
– files should be mastered in well known formats like .pdf, .jpeg, .gif, or assembled in Dropbox, Google drive, similar type of online portfolio;
– short description: title of the idea, name of designer/studio + links (site, social media), up to five sentences on the story of the idea – the motivation behind it and how it can be developed in the future.

The invitation is open from today until the 19th of August 2020.

Thank you in advance for your participation and we remain available for questions.

Follow us – studiokomplekt.com and melba.bg and our social media for the development of the initiative:Instagram Studio Komplekt  / Facebook Studio Komplekt /  Instagram Melba / Facebook Melba.

THREE LECTURES ONLINE

Tell us about time flying by fast! Without noticing, it’s been two years since we started gathering favorite local design heroes into regular meetings, during which they share details of a new project and lift the curtain of some behind the scenes creative work processes. Open and engaging to everyone with an interest in visual culture, Melba’s live events have become anticipated occasions to learn more about the power of design and how the discipline contributes to our overall well-being.

This edition has been marked by a global pandemic, postponed and eventually aired as a series of three consecutive online live meetings in Zoom. Thank you for keeping us company and check the video with the full lectures:

 

In our jubilee 10th issue, we sought to present projects that are team-driven and dependent on the interplay between different talents and abilities.

Kapka Kuneva barely needs introduction. Distinguished on numerous occasions for her artistic design of books, specifically embracing the paper as a medium to shape illustrations, she teaches at the National Academy of Arts “Book and Print Graphics”. Last year Kapka Kuneva gathers a star cast of contemporary female artists each one to draw a portrait for the book”I am a Bulgarian” by the writer Petya Alexandrova. The publication gains instant popularity, and in February the works of art had their own focus in the exhibition “History in Portraits – 40 Women Who Changed Bulgaria”.

Yana Tankovska is among the well-established and recognized contemporary designers of jewellery and interior accessories. Several years ago along with some other close colleagues of hers establishes the gallery FORMAT. Their team goes through a variety of professional challenges and closes the location only to resurrect it last year in kvARTal. Such vicissitudes teach the most important lessons in life, and Yana has something to share about how to manage a collective creative activity, what dreams may turn into and the normality of leaving a favorite project..

Delcho Delchev is one of the brightest transformers in our milieu. An architect by education and a tireless activist by heart, he is one of the founders of the famous Transformatori group. He subsequently turned his attention to an even grander adventure – the establishment of a Bulgarian branch of the international SmartFabLab. Thanks to numerous collaborations and openness to experimentation, the laboratory has become a successful incubator for meaningful prototypes, some of which are already being mass-produced and marketed as sustainable products. Delcho will be in the company of Nona Tsekova and together they will talk about some of the bright collaborations in SmartFabLab.

From the very beginning of Melba Live Fashion Days has been our friend and supporter, for which we are extremely grateful. Together we always strive to have a small surprise for the audience related to the work of the designers of the Melba Archive. This time, it will be a poster-zine with an illustration by the artist Daniela Yankova.

Link to the Facebook event.

SHADOWCHASER

A small diary with watercolor drawings and short messages hangs on the wall at eye level immediately to the left of the door in the narrow hallway to the gallery of Credo Bonum. They are like nonchalant epiphanies, notes of everyday life, pieces of visual strays and a glimpse at the their author’s perceptions of the fleeting moments of reality. On one of the pages against the backdrop of blue sky, mountains and a lake reads – tomorrow I’ll be lost, again on purpose. On another page, in beautiful soft colors against the  contours of a window hangs laundry as if freshly washed and written next to it – so just stop, look and be with the others again. Near the diary there is a whole, through which one can peep and see in the distance another painting with a secret message. This is her work Outside In for Credo Bonum Box.

This is how we discover the beautiful and moving world of Daniela Yankova’s drawings. At the same time straightforward and somehow bared of superfluous ornaments, as if to provoke a quiet turmoil and gentle rebellions, but also loaded with the power of a delicate and sensitive eye, finely tuned to capture the intersections of the heart and the surrounding world. Her works are mostly shaped with gouache, acrylic, pastel, pencils and markers. They resemble a photo converted into a warm picture. The painting Your Comfort Makes Me Feel Uncomfortable was included in the group exhibition Art Start – young artists to follow in 2020.

Daniela Yankova / shadowschaser lives and works in Sofia. Surprisingly for her current professional creative endeavors, she first completed a bachelor’s degree at the National Sports Academy and holds a diploma as a volleyball coach. After working in the field for about a year, a series of accidental circumstances sent her to New Bulgarian University, where she enrolled in a master’s degree involving graphic design. While still studying, she started working at one of the major advertising agencies in Sofia at the time. She actually never graduated, but gained more than ten years of experience in the industry.

“I’m self-taught as a designer and as an artist, I think that’s my way – I can’t study organized in a group,” admits Daniela.

In these extraordinary coronavirus marked, we have a brief conversation with Daniela on the occasion of Melba Live # 10 and our special print issue, in which we use her illustration ClapClap. We are finding her at home, “I draw some things that have struck my mind today.” Like her approach towards drawing, Daniela is laconic and straightforward, and at the end she endows us with a bunch of great illustrations.

When and how did you realize that you’d like to pursue your talent?
I have no idea. I guess I still have no idea what I am. At one point, I was tired of explaining to myself what I can and cannot do, being part of a huge group of disgruntled, angry and repressed people. So I stopped, made the reverse turn, and gave myself completely to what I always did and at one point I didn’t do it for 1001 reasons. It took me a few tries and a long time to get there.

Which three words best describe your personality, your work and your style?
Sincerely, shortly and quickly.

What motivates your work? And how do you keep your creative enthusiasm alive?
I have no idea. But I try to diversify my interests and never stay in one place for long.

The best advice you’ve ever received?
To stop hurrying, to slow down. But also – it is the worst.

What are some of your favorite rituals as part of your creative process?
Have my coffee and tidy up around me. Messiness blocks my thoughts.

Plans and highlights for 2020?
Larger formats, various media and more often walks out of my comfort zone 🙂

What is your advice to other creatives?
I myself need a lot of advice. But let’s just say that I wish everyone (me included) to respect the work of others. To take oneself seriously in moderation and to always be honest and open to others. Or if it has to be in three words (I liked this game) Respect, Honesty and Curiosity.

Melba Live Hits 10

Tell us about time flying by fast! Without noticing, it’s been two years since we started gathering favorite local design heroes into regular meetings, during which they share details of a new project and lift the curtain of some behind the scenes creative work processes. Open and engaging to everyone with an interest in visual culture, Melba’s live events have become anticipated occasions to learn more about the power of design and how the discipline contributes to our overall well-being.

In our jubilee 10th issue, we sought to present projects that are team-driven and dependent on the interplay between different talents and abilities.

Kapka Kuneva barely needs introduction. Distinguished on numerous occasions for her artistic design of books, specifically embracing the paper as a medium to shape illustrations, she teaches at the National Academy of Arts “Book and Print Graphics”. Last year Kapka Kuneva gathers a star cast of contemporary female artists each one to draw a portrait for the book”I am a Bulgarian” by the writer Petya Alexandrova. The publication gains instant popularity, and in February the works of art had their own focus in the exhibition “History in Portraits – 40 Women Who Changed Bulgaria”.

Yana Tankovska is among the well-established and recognized contemporary designers of jewellery and interior accessories. Several years ago along with some other close colleagues of hers establishes the gallery FORMAT. Their team goes through a variety of professional challenges and closes the location only to resurrect it last year in kvARTal. Such vicissitudes teach the most important lessons in life, and Yana has something to share about how to manage a collective creative activity, what dreams may turn into and the normality of leaving a favorite project..

Delcho Delchev is one of the brightest transformers in our milieu. An architect by education and a tireless activist by heart, he is one of the founders of the famous Transformatori group. He subsequently turned his attention to an even grander adventure – the establishment of a Bulgarian branch of the international SmartFabLab. Thanks to numerous collaborations and openness to experimentation, the laboratory has become a successful incubator for meaningful prototypes, some of which are already being mass-produced and marketed as sustainable products. Delcho will be in the company of Nona Tsekova and together they will talk about some of the bright collaborations in SmartFabLab.

From the very beginning of Melba Live Fashion Days has been our friend and supporter, for which we are extremely grateful. Together we always strive to have a small surprise for the audience related to the work of the designers of the Melba Archive. This time, it will be a poster-zine with an illustration by the artist Daniela Yankova.

We will be happy to see you on the 17th of March, 2020 in Generator.
Link to the Facebook event.