Milan 2012: The French in Milan Ich & Kar


Friday at Zona Tortona or Spazio France … according to Lisette ( who visited the Milan 2012 furniture fair for us) the graphic presentation by Ich et Kar was fabulous and probably the best thing at the French design street.

We love Graphic design here at Bloesem, so this is a welcome contribution to our Milan 2012 report. 





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..Ich et Kar 

———————————– All images above are by Lisette Scheers

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