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IKEA Trolls Kanye West And Now The Internet Joins In

Back in March (in)famous rapper Kanye West expressed interest in a collaboration with furniture manufacturing giant IKEA. He tweeted the company months ago offering to work together, and now he finally got the response. Just maybe not exactly the one he expected.

He’s opened up the communication with a tweet saying: “Super inspired by my visit to IKEA today, really amazing company… my mind is racing with the possibilities…” IKEA didn’t respond to that one, but just recently Kanye was interviewed on BBC Radio 1, where he resurfaced his intentions: “I have to work with IKEA — make furniture for interior design, for architecture,” and after this he finally got IKEA’s response.

IKEA Australia posted a photo on Facebook of a Yeezy bed design reminiscent of the same controversial bed with naked celebrity wax figures from Kanye’s latest music clip. Unsurprisingly that also caught the attention of quite a few internauts who just happened to have Photoshop at hand.

More info: facebook (h/t: boredpanda)

In March Kanye tweeted that he’d love to work with IKEA


Then, a month later, he threw another hint on Twitter…


And just recently, IKEA responded to his collaboration request with an awesome answer


#1 Famous


Image source: Ikea

#2 Kardash


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#3 Kanye Framye


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#4 Ikeanye


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#5 Mirror Mirror On The Wall, Who’s The Fairest Of Them All


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#6 I Am Not A Fish


Image source: Aaron Boyle

#7 Kanye Hest


Image source: SegSirap

#8 Kanye


Image source: Michel de Rooij

#9 Sing Louder Under A Kanye Shower!


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#10 Quality Floral Ass!


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For more of IKEA’s funny moments head over here.

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11 Designer and Client Differences That Explain Why They Never Understand Each Other

While they should be on the same team in order to attract the audiences, the client and the designer often have completely different expectations when it comes to the product in the making.

While one of them wants bigger, bolder, and brighter, the other one is fascinated with minimalistic forms, pastel colors and subtle designs. While one of them believes photoshop is magic, the other one knows it’s draining work that requires hours of focus. And, of course, the differences don’t end there. To illustrate the designers’ point of view on this common occurrence ‘Trust Me, I’m A “Designer”‘ used an amusing animation that a lot of creators can relate to.

Scroll down to see the full list of the witty differences.

More info: facebook (h/t)


Image source: Pixelo


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Image source: Pixelo


Image source: Pixelo


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Hospitality Project Designer

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DescriptionHospitality Project Designer

DoveHill Capital Management, LLC is seeking a hospitality project designer with an emphasis on styling, accessorizing and display to join our fast paced, high energy and innovative design team. The candidate will provide support to the senior design team and will have the opportunity to work on all phases of the design process from concept development to hotel openings. We are looking for a creative and dedicated, detail oriented and self-motivated individual who possesses great artistic style, a keen eye for balanced composition, scale and proportion, passion and loves to learn, grow, and contribute to exceptional environments.
Responsibilities Include

  • Oversee existing hotel corporate design/creative service needs and requests 
  • Overseeing and implementing on-property holiday décor, pop-ups and other special initiatives 
  • Assist with on property photoshoots 
  • Assist with visual merchandizing for branded retail outlets 
  • Assist with developing and maintaining property styling look books. 
  • Developing presentations that include mood boards, FFE/OSE styling ideas, material palettes, etc. 
  • Support the development of FFE and accessory budgets, schedules and templates 
  • Select material, accessory and furniture specifications 
  • Obtaining and managing samples and relationships with vendors 
  • Researching and obtaining quotes from various vendors and following up on approvals 
  • Effectively manage multiple projects concurrently and prioritize tasks and projects within the design team. 
  • Supporting the senior design team as needed and directed 
  • 5 years plus of professional experience in interior and/or visual merchandising. Hospitality experience preferred but not required. 
  • Must be a team player with excellent written and verbal communication skills 
  • Proficient in Photoshop, InDesign, Sketchup and Microsoft office. Autocada plus 
  • Minimum BA in Interior Design, visual merchandizing, Environmental Design or Architecture 
  • Must have legal authorization to work in the US 
  • Hand sketching skills a plus. 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Our team shares a passion for unique, sophisticated design. We work tirelessly to transform ordinary spaces into exciting new adventures and experiences that deliver exceptional quality and quiet elegance. This position is an excellent opportunity for candidates seeking professional growth into a future project management, design or architectural leadership role.

This is a full-time position located in Fort Lauderdale, FL with a requirement for travel. If you feel you possess the above abilities, please forward your resume, sample portfolio, and compensation requirements to: click apply

DoveHill Capital Management, LLC, a vertically integrated owner, operator and developer of Hyatt, Starwood and Hilton hotels in the Philadelphia area as well as California and South Florida. Leveraging its marketing, design, operational and technological expertise, DoveHill Capital Management, LLC is the force behind some of the most groundbreaking, award-winning and dynamic new hotel brands in the world.

Job Information

  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
  • 47357502
  • March 18, 2019
  • Hospitality Project Designer
  • DoveHill Capital Management, LLC
  • Hospitality Design
  • No
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6 Ways to Ensure Your Furniture and Accents Will Fit Perfectly

Surprises are nice, but not when they involve underestimating the length of a couch! Of all the steps that go into fine-tuning a room’s design, perhaps none is more futile and yet likely to transpire than squinting to try and “see” if it’s all going to look right together. Envisioning what isn’t in front of you is a bit of a challenge, isn’t it? And of course it’s rarely preferable to wait and figure out a room layout when the pieces arrive (unless you enjoy dealing with customer service departments, in which case we can’t help you). You know the couch measurements, but what does that mean for the scale of that custom coffee table you’re having made or DIY-ing? How in the world will you nail the gallery wall without leaving a sea of nail holes in that fresh new paint? The following tips for perfecting measurements, patterns, and room layouts will save you a world of regret (and roughly 90 minutes on hold with customer care). 

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