I really like the playful design approach the designers edholmullenius create. Tidny is a new pattern on fabric for IKEA. Children can use textile pencils on... Sweet!
Melbourne based artist Esther Stewart made this stunning serie Foldout. In her own words: 'Foldout' is a series of folding seats clustered together in different formations that respond to the locations architecture. This project aims to explore the boundaries of perspective through the use of large colourful geometric patterns.
found via designfiles
It's not a big secret, I'm a food lover but not the chef cook... When I stumbled across the vegetable illustrations from Stanislava Pinchuk aka Miso I couldn't resist to preorder this cookbook Mr Wilkinson's favorite vegetables immediately. Have a look!
This last week was really unexpected exhausting, a lot of 'Re-Do's', several technical breakdowns (3 days no internetconnection again) and so on. For this reason, I'll hope next week will be GREAT! Anyway, I found some great projects for you. Let's start with Rob Bailey, he is a Freelance Artist, Illustrator and Designer who lives and works in Manchester, England. Love his individual geometric style.
You need more contrast? Here we are: Shirotokuro is a shortened form of ‘Shiroi to kuroi’ which is Japanese for ‘black and white’. Shirotokuro is a curated gallery of exquisite design, illustration and photography distilled to it’s purest monochromatic elements of black and white. And yes, it's a blog!! (Thank you Einat for the link!)
Scheltens & Abbenes are the sum total of a still-life photographer and the creative craftsmanship of an artist. They create commissioned photographs for cultural institutions and large companies like Vitra, Hermes, COS and Viktor & Rolf and editorials for magazines for example Wallpaper and New York Times Style magazine. Like it!
Kontor Kontur is a design office, working with graphic design, product design and interior design in Gothenburg. Absolutely in LOVE!!!!
Today is wonderful : sunny weather, long sleep, doing nothing, strolling through the internet..... Priya Kambli, indian artist who lives in US, describes her work with this words: my photographs visually express the notion of transience and split cultural identity caused by the act of migration. Perfect Indian mood!
via landscape tillyn
Sorry for the silence on this blog... My start in Switzerland was not so easy... I've had a bad cold, (yeap, catched in the airplane... catch as catch can) and the jetlag transformed my body in a tired inactive something! But now, I'm back!!
I found a great canadian artist, Todd Mc Lellan. Love the way how he analyse everyday products!
Ruud van Empel is making his photocollages since the early nineties, his first series is titled: The Office. Welcome in a world of its own!
Look at this chalkboard wall, wow! But I think I want the illustrations too.....
For my soul entertainement I found some nice collages from elsrgarcia....
Birth announcement set for a little girl, who is floating with some abstract architectural balloons. Just Great!! (via swiss designer work_unfolded)