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Dumbo, Brooklyn, New York
Kilozoom is an internet software service that provides image resize and zoom technology over the web to individual users and to small, medium and large businesses. Kilozoom's technology improves the customer experience-- increasing conversation, growing revenues and boosting traffic to your site. All at an extremely affordable price. Our software is self-serve and allows website owners to upload images, manage zoom and resize links. And we have a straight forward process to let you extract those resized links for embedding in your existing website. is located in Brooklyn, New York, but we service the world.
Interests: indie retailers, photographers, image sharing, zoom
Recent Activity
I know this doesn't look real, but it is. While on a fishing trip to France, angler Raphael Biagini captured this 30lb orange koi carp. Roughly the size of a small child, this giant goldfish had become something of a legend in the area, and had allegedly been eluding other... Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
Inspired by what she calls the "Whirlwind of Life", Noël Rohayem tackles this idea both literally and figuratively in this collection, titled Tordue. Noël plays with the concept of air and how it interacts with garments as the wearer walks and moves around in them. Several of her pieces, at... Continue reading
Posted Sep 17, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
For her senior collection, California College of the Arts grad, Kaylin Andres, drew from several sources for inspiration. The most significant of these being her own battle with cancer at age 23. Her secondary sources for inspiration were the French Rococo period, 1970's Glam/Punk Rock style, and German artist and... Continue reading
Posted Aug 11, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
Taking inspiration from the lush, beautiful and strikingly diverse natural landscape of her home country of Nicaragua, Alexandra Vaughan's accessories and garment collection has an undeniably earthy, almost primordial feel. Boasting several significant and unique ecosystems, Nicaragua is one of the most biologically diverse countries in the world. This is... Continue reading
Posted Jul 27, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
The first thing that draws me to Tink Wong's thesis collection is her gorgeous color palette, composed primarily of varying warm hues of orange and purple paired with grey and/or beige. Tink's inspiration for this palette came from New York City night lights. Though, these colors are personally reminiscent of... Continue reading
Posted Jul 22, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
Kilozoom continues to have a weekly photography contest and last week's winner was Raymond Roberts Jr, with the above submission he entitles Spotted Beauty. Every week we select a winner who wins $100 and gets their fabulous work showcased on our site! To participate please visit our contest page. Click... Continue reading
Posted Jul 20, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
My favorite thing about Tiffany Folsom's collection, other than the impressive fact that the entire thing is hand sewn, is that it is very much inspired by the physicality of the women who will wear the clothes. While she did of course design each piece to fit her various clients... Continue reading
Posted Jul 15, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
Kailin Wang's inspiration for this collection came from the ancient, circular symbol of a serpent swallowing its own tail, known as the Ouroboros, which represents the cyclical nature of life and the idea of continuity. She explores this idea by limiting her use of seams, and thereby giving the appearance... Continue reading
Posted Jul 12, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
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Meet New York based designer, Remiel Wai Kar Loh, originally hailing from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and recent Parsons grad! Based on the concept of the Jungle, Remiel brings together his love for both urban and natural versions of this landscape, and certainly in this collection, he touches on the "wild... Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
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In her collection, aptly entitled Illusion, Emily Pierdinock-Hagen's use of reverse appliqué techniques to create material as well as graphical illusions, is brilliantly inspired from the First World War British naval camouflage technique, known as Dazzle Ships. The technique, first developed by artist Norman Wilkinson, was intended not to actually... Continue reading
Posted Jul 7, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
Recent Parsons Grad, Amanda Olmstead drew inspiration for her accessories collection from the works of probably America's two most influential artists - painter Georgia O'Keeffe and photographer Ansel Adams. Despite their different mediums and O'Keeffe being a colorist and Adams having worked in black and white, both are venerated today... Continue reading
Posted Jul 2, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
With the simple and linear silhouettes and her sparing use of color, Isabel Chen's incredibly modern and sophisticated collection could at first glance be verging on austere. Looking closer, however, there is something surprisingly warm, inviting and even timeless about these clothes. Zoom in and you will see that this... Continue reading
Posted Jun 30, 2010 at Kilozoom Blog
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