Parabellum's new Didon Clutch is lovely! In their signature luscious free range bison leather, with magnetic closure, 2 external pockets, internal zip, as well as their connected arrow clochette and small wallet.
Designer Tomas Alonso pays homage to French artist Pierre Leron Lesur, who passed away in the beginning of 2014, with a furniture series that gives a functional dimension to the woodworking technique called “Sylvistructure”.
Puntozero, design by Gaia Bottari, is a collection of bath towels. Conceived to perform measurements around the body, the graphics transforms the mathematical language of the ruler in a decorative pattern made of combinations of lines and color fields.
Alfred Magazine Rack is the result of DesignByThem's latest collaboration, this time with Australian industrial designer Seaton Mckeon. Alfred offers a convenient, yet stylish way to organise and store magazines or books.
Overland Expo 2014: Flagstaff, AZ. Research for the NOTFZJ80, we discovered so many inspiring overlanding vehicles, climbed in rooftop tents, learned about pop-up/pop-out kitchens, met adorable dogs, and more...
To celebrate the first Maker Faire in Paris, Samuel N. Bernier from leFabShop designed a clever and cute version of the Maker Faire Robot. Fully articulated, with a total of 11 axis, printed all at once.
'Yog the SkeletonGirl part I-VII' collage of 7 scenes painted on recycled books, tells the story of the birth of a warrior. By Swedish pop artist ItchySoul and recently shown at the Pictoplasma character design festival in Berlin.
Inspired by how the ritual of drinking with others raises the spirit, designer Dean Brown created the Uplifting Carafe collection. The center of the carafe lifts out, while the outer vessel rests on the table serving as a stand.
DKNG's Primus Robot Poster - "Our poster for the band’s May 12, Birmingham, Alabama show features a robot fueled by music in the process of consuming the band’s instruments including Les Claypool’s signature bass guitar."
Unboxing the Nescafé Alarm Cap Press Kit! Made by NOTlabs in collaboration with Publicis Mexico's Innovation Lab: the 3D Printed, Arduino-based Nescafe Alarm Caps where you open the cap (and smell the coffee) to turn it off.