What a find! Illustrator Anoushka Matus may live and work in Zurich, but her appeal is international. As a professional graphic designer, her illustrations are witty, whimsical and poignant. Anoushka documents her everyday finding on her blog. and she sells her illustrations as screen prints (limited edition) in her shop. I'm sending a wave over the lake!
German designer Michael Schoner has designed a series of paper masks, they look a bit like future animals.
Print them out and make a test!
The Ferm Living Spring Summer Collection 14 is full of tribal tones and geometric shapes, inspiring!
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!
French fotographer Laurent Chehere likes to explore cities, suburbs and the fields of photography. Stunning!
Brasilian artist Marcelo Zocchio made this wonderful 'Truck Tocos' serie (truck ends literally translated) by the idea of reusing material. Edition of 117!
Interesting project for the living area, Der Berg, a freestanding object designed by Tom Kühne.
This made me look. Dimitri Bähler designed the FEATHER objects by obtaining 3D forms from simple paper sheets. The forms play between haute-couture and design, the objects are like trophies...
Anna and Waldemar Artmann, a father and daughter team based in Germany, are the creative team behind WSAKE. Together they create wonderful and innovative jewellery, a mix of simple but magic shapes, a collection with a unique vision. What a find, thanks to Bastisrike!! By the way, Anna runs a wonderful blog as well, have a look!
Wemakeit is a Swiss based crowdfunding platform for art, music, film, design and other creative projects. The exposition 'Petite robe de fete' is a successfully founded project and I'm very happy about it! Delphine Schacher a young Swiss fotographer let us absorb completely in another world...
Holidays are over, back home! I found some treats for me and you....
Clickazoo is a collection of foldable leather animals developed for Hermes. The animals laying flat in their packaging become alive when manipulated by their users. The patterns are always simple and they vary from one animal to the other. This project has originally been designed for the vienna design week in 2009, designed by Swiss Adrien Rovero. Just wonderful!
I'm not sure where I saw this object first, but I was deeply impressed! The name of the brand “[ 10¹² ] TERRA” was inspired by the number of cells produced per day (10¹²) and glass cases called terrarium, made for collecting and showcasing plants. They started the brand to create products that mirror the constant changes of life, full of new discovery.
Made me look! The same room, the same sofa and 3 really different moods! Thanks to Line Klein! (my favorite is number one!)
Have a nice weekend!