This monograph on the work of Britain Barber&Osgerby shows the wide range of productdesign, also included process and materials, inpirations and working methods of this great design duo.
As an obsessed collector, this book is my personal bible. Hidden Forms shows Franco Clivio's collection of objects, the unremarkable, everyday things. For Swiss readers: Museum MUDAC in Lausanne is currently showing No Name Design and the collection... Enjoy!
Similar to the artist Thomas Demand but in a more poetic way, artist Paolo Ventura constructs small dioramas which he then photographs. The strong narrative content is impressing!
Probably Camilla Engman wrote the first comment on this blog... She is an artist I really admire: smart, witty, poetic and unique. She lives in Gothenburg Sweden and has an eye for finding the extraordinary in the everyday. This publication presents her inspirations, artworks, illustrations, photographs and insights in her everyday life.
Achille Castiglioni was often inspired by everday things, his work spanned throughout the fields of design and architecture. In my eyes one of the most interesting designer ever.
OLD NEWS gives your old newspapers a stylish home. OLD NEWS can also be used as a magazine holder. OLD NEWS is made in Gothenburg from excess felt from production of indoor tennis courts and is available in four sporty colours; roland garros-red, wimbledon-green, us open-blue and sodertalje-gray. (available here!)
A collaboration between British designers Joff and Ollie and Zoot. They’re a collection of ideas, inspirational designs and collaborations with other people that celebrate exciting things. INK Posters are tactile prints and limited editions, each print produced as an edition of 500 or 1000. Mmmmh, the pigs for my kitchen.... ;-)