Henri Senna

Henri Senna

Interview with the designer in NYC

 

 

 

Unique and minimalist work by NYC
designer Henri Senna

Interview with Henriby Valentino Roso

Q: The wind increased to a howl; the waves dashed their bucklers together; the whole squall roared, forked, and crackled around us like a white fire upon the prairie, in which, unconsumed.

A: Some mist still spread over the sea, the empty lantern lay crushed in the bottom of the boat. Suddenly Queequeg started to his feet, hollowing his hand to his ear. We all heard a faint creaking, as of ropes and yards hitherto muffled by the storm. The sound came nearer and nearer; the thick mists were dimly parted by a huge, vague form.

Q: Floating on the waves we saw the abandoned boat, as for one instant it tossed and gaped beneath the ship’s bows like a chip at the base of a cataract.

A: The sound came nearer and nearer; the thick mists were dimly parted by a huge, vague form.

Q: And crackled around us like a white fire upon the prairie, in which, unconsumed, we were burning; immortal in these jaws of death! In vain we hailed.

A: and crackled around us like a white fire upon the prairie, in which, unconsumed, we were burning; immortal in these jaws of death! In vain we hailed the other boats; as well roar to the live coals down the chimney of a flaming furnace as hail those boats in that storm. Meanwhile the driving scud, rack, and mist, grew darker with the shadows of night.

1. Keep it simple
Though completely swamped, the boat was nearly unharmed. Swimming round it we picked up the floating oars, and lashing them across the gunwale, tumbled back.

2. Industrial & Interior Design
There we sat up to our knees in the sea, the water covering every rib and plank, so that to our downward gazing eyes the suspended craft seemed a coral boat grown up to us from the bottom of the ocean.

Also, I created a new shoes line just for fun.

3. Design System
We lifted up our eyes as the dawn came on. The mist still spread over the sea, the empty lantern lay crushed in the bottom of the boat.

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    Aug 30th, 2018
    Philipp Delafeiz says:

    With more than 20 years of experience surfing around the world, Rob now writes for such magazines as Panenka, Público, The New York Times, Adler or Parada, Rob brings an edgy elegance any word.

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  • Sep 18th, 2018
    Rod Machado says:

    Floating on the waves we saw the abandoned boat, as for one instant it tossed and gaped beneath the ship’s bows like a chip at the base of a cataract; and then the vast hull rolled over it, and it was seen no more till it came up weltering astern.

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