Supakitch and Koralie are two street artists from France who have joined together as a power duo in their craft. Both heavily influenced by Japanese art, their work showcases images of geishas, dragons and other elements of the culture.
Fun little bottle for Yaoki sake - Yaoki comes from the Japanese proverb "Nana korobi yaoki", the apparent literal translation meaning "Stand up on the eighth attempt after falling seven times" or "Never give up!" The shape of the bottle reinforces this idea.
The women´s health centre in Burkina Faso is much more than just a building, playing an active role on fighting the Female Genital Mutilation. This building by FARE studio was awarded at the World Architecture Festival in the Health category.
A video my creative partner and I made simply for fun, which ended up getting us both jobs. This is part 2 of 2. We did the entire thing stop motion (nearly 7,000 frames) and wrote and sang to the song in it.
A series of Papertoys Troop made to celebrate the 10th personal custom of Lemi the Space Wanderer, and to mark the first 100.000 visitors of Thunderpanda.com . The toys released one by one each day, starting today.
Alga Science is a series of 14 edutainment toys from Swedish Alga. The toys teach how weather, wind, chemistry, water and electricity works. And when the toys are but together you get a working product, such as a solar music box!
On awesome box design ~ the way the Jurlique Biodynamic Beauty Serum literally unfolds and opens itself, presenting the gorgeous frosted glass bottle to you.... such a nice unboxing experience! See pics of the line, and box scans!
Founded in 2003 by product designer/carpenter René Mueller and forester Nina Griesshammer, Woodloops strives to “covey our original views to common behaviors, weaving known circumstances into new and curious concepts”.
100 hand painted chairs, which show moods, emotions, destinies and ways of human life. There is a movie made with stop animation about one hundred chairs in stroll through my city and the book “100lica stolica”