Saipua Shop in industrial Red Hook, Brooklyn, was designed by the architects of Tacklebox for a small, family-run business dedicated to small batch production of handmade soaps and unique floral arrangements.
London-based A2/SW/HK has done some great work including these unified book covers and bespoke typefaces for the complete works of Samuel Beckett. The design matches the 1960s covers in their "bold typographical approach".
Check out this series by Julia Fellner. The ceiling lamp “yes!” remembers, when you jump for joy. Its paper lampshade is perforated with a triangle structure. More to be presented on DMY10 in Berlin. Starring the whole superéquipe Team.
‘daily stack’ is time management tool created by designers sebastian rønde thielke and anders højmose. the simple design allows users to help track their work flow by creating physical representations of their tasks.
Multidisciplinary studio TODA designs a gorgeous hands-on exhibition for AIGA's Design Journeys: You Are Here. There is also a painted mural by Rafael Esquer from Alfalfa Studio, and to which viewers can contribute.
MILANO APERTA: New Architecture - guided tours to buildings and districts of Milan promoted by the Urban Center of the City of Milan and by AIM Associazione Interessi Metropolitani. Including weekly coach tours in June.
The Animal Series is a collection of drawings inspired by the trend in recent years for bands to have animals in their names. The results are both literal and lateral interpretations by Illustrator - Okayboss.
Blow by Konstantin Grcic explores the physical boundaries of mouth-blown glass. The main body of the tables is conceived as a free form balloon onto which the table top of hand-made sheet glass is attached.
Discover jumpology at an exhibition of nearly 50 jumps Philippe Halsman captured on film from the late 1940s through the ’50s can be seen at the Laurence Miller Gallery at 20 West 57th Street in Manhattan, through Friday.
I Met The Walrus, an amazing film made from an actual tape interview of John Lennon. Stunning visuals and an interview of the Beatle. Directed by Josh Raskin with penwork from James Braithwaite with illustration by Alex Kurina,
Encore4 combines the creative imagination and technical expertise of Stefan Hübbe (a mechanical engineer and project manager) from Berlin and Chloe Salder (a teacher) from London who quit their jobs to sail around the world.