For those who have to stay at home: I found something absolutely pretty on a german website, this moroccan cushion! I hope, that I'll find also originally one in Morocco...
It's snowing since hours in Switzerland!! So, it's the perfect tip for the day: Kandahar is a little manufacturer in Thun, they produce this wonderful and warm shoes since 1932!!
Jigisha, an Indian textile designer, is working and exploring with felt since 5 years. The inspiration for her work ranges from bark cloth to Indian architecture. I would love to touch this rug!!
Do you know that we have four languages in Switzerland? One of this four is Rhaeto-Romanic, it's a group of Romance lanugages spoken in eastern Switzerland and in northeastern Italy. Socca da spargn means something like a savings box in a stocking.... The designers tät-tat work with Swiss social institutions and create products with traditional character. Impressing!
This series designed by Jonathan Maltz is inspired by the language of icons, the simplified pictogrammes
of past times which are becoming today’s global means of communication. Loves this Swedish transformation!
This object fits perfect in the magic adventmood!! Do you remember the feelings in a funhouse?
The most surprising part of the funhouse was the mirrors, which morphed our bodies in a variety of shapes and sizes. Hemlock Design has reinterpreted this classic mirror design, with their Funhouse Mirrors. (Available in standard, mini, toy and a larger custom design) (via Yankodesign)
Billy & Hells, sounds like Ginger & Fred or Bonnie & Clyde. In fact, the two are a sworn team through thick and thin. They have been photographing together since 1987, and when times were rough, they even worked at the post office or sold washing machines. Svende is one of th portraits I like the most! (via Lumas)