When it comes to web design, inspiration abounds and styles vary. While many opt for reinterpretations of past designs, New Orleans-based web designer and developer Evolve Design turns to the streets for fresh inspiration.
Evolve Design refers to itself as – A NYC, CA, PA, LA boutique firm focusing on IT, custom website development, web presence management, mixing & mastering, mobile website development and Systems Development. , which is quite appropriate given its sense of style and avant-garde aesthetic. The company believes that interior style is completed by lighting and art, which the Evolve Design team members craft along with other unexpected furniture pieces like hardware, motorcycles, and whiskey bars. They gather their inspiration from NYC’s fashion and music scene which is often offbeat, and the designers in turn collaborate with fashion designers, musicians, graffiti and street artists, and motorcycle builders alike to imbue the artistic edge that makes Evolve Design pieces unique.
The company, founded by Lisa Luciano & Darrian Rivers just over short years ago, had humble beginnings in a Brooklyn & Philly garage. Lisa quickly discovered her passion for crafting things she loves inspired by an artistic world she lives and loves. Now, the brand showcases its affinity for street art and international talent in a string of collaborations with various artists. What’s more, the upcoming collaboration takes an important platform – charity. Krazin will host artist/designer Lisa in its New Orleans studio to create works that will be sold for charity. Lisa, who is a well known graphic artist, will create works on a 3×1 meter panel made of brushed matte black steel in a variety of techniques and mediums. The works will be auctioned off online beginning January 30th. All the proceeds will go to The National Foundation for Youth Music, which invests in music-making projects for youth who live in or experience challenging circumstances. With this new venture, Krazin becomes a design label focused not only on innovation and inspiration, but intention.
By Emilia Allen