All dark, gothic and so traditionally Norwegian but with a dramatic contemporary chicness that belies it’s ‘Design Hotel‘ status, Grims Grenka, Oslo's first boutique design hotel is just what you'd expect.
A collective of photographers who call themselves 'DuckDuck Collective'. They seek beauty of collaboration in order to achieve the highest form of art. This is evident in their unique approach to photography & videography.
These are tea sets using Japanese traditional wooden design of spin forming. These can be piled up to place. They offer not only function as practical tableware, also the presence of artefacts to view.
Colin Lin's used recycled newspaper to create an environmentally friendly ballet flat that are crafted from recycled Chinese language newspapers that are woven into a lattice pattern, then dipped in plastic for weather protection and durability.
'Lola', coffee table inspired by Vladamir Nabakov's Lolita. Made from salvaged antique yellow pine, incorporates letterpress inlay from the first line of the novel, and hidden drawer lined with an original photograph. by Jesse Hooker
pretty impressive shadow art by Niloy J. Mitra and Mark Pauly. The film produced "Silhouettes of Jazz" was one of the three nominees for the Best in Show Award of the SIGGRAPH 2009 Computer Animation Festival.
Together these funky landmark matchboxes form a small, illustrated city, rich in architectural history and points of interest. The landmark matchboxes are sold at the gift shop in the Swedish Museum of Architecture in Stockholm
Hanged for the iPhone and iPod Touch merges art, narrative, and classic gameplay to create a haunting classic hangman game experience. Featuring artist Patrick Dorian's signature style in captivating stop-motion animations.
Target Gift Cards ~ can you believe there are 4 in that picture? A wind up dog, a beautifully illustrated board game, bath salts, and a box of crayons? There is even a viewmaster and a reusable bag and remote controlled mouse out there!
Everybody who works in a creative business or wants to do it should watch the interview with Eike König. Eike König is the owner of HORT, a creative studio in Berlin. Much more inspiration is rarely possible.