Pino, a fresh and colorful store from Finland, that sells unique, functional and innovative design objects. The concept comes from the name of the shop, which means a ‘pile’ or ‘stack’ in Finnish. Great interiors by Bond Creative Agency.
For his series Mirrors, photographer Tom Hussey paired images of elderly subjects with reflections of the 'younger versions' of themselves. The results were used in an award-winning ad campaign for an Alzheimer’s drug.
Chris Perry's animation short Incident at Tower 37 [previewed in #32633] is now online in its entirety. Released yesterday to correspond with World Water Day, the film is beautifully executed with a chilling message.
Cute music video for The Jessica Stuart Few's track ‘Kid Dream’. Each of the 2700 frames were traced in a different way by over 80 people, and the final result is a chaotic and energetic group impression. Directed by Evan DeRushie.
Food and art. Could there be a better pair? La Pedrera’s exhibition hall offers a wide-ranging vision of the intimate relationship between art and food. The Art of Eating (L’Art del Menjar) – From Still Life to Ferran Adrià.
The Architectural League gave its President's Medal to Lella and Massimo Vignelli earlier this month. Former Vignelli employee Michael Bierut designed the evening's program as a small fold-out with five different covers.
T-shirt & hoodie blog Hide Your Arms celebrates it's fifth birthday by releasing limited edition art prints design by Milk & Eggs Co. During March, 50% of poster sales will be donated to the Red Cross.
Sebastian Schönheit's Astgabel (Crotch) coatrack has a reduced form and shape, standing nonchalantly on two feet to let it lean against a wall. Mouldings at the bar's ends offer plenty of possibilities to store hats, scarfs and coats.
Studio Gorm's construction quilt was designed as simple multifunctional interior piece that can be transformed into a toy by children. It works as a carpet, a couch cover and can be converted into a landscape for toy cars or fort to play in.
Mel Ristau creates playful, generative architectural installations that celebrate the positive aspects of human vision. 'The Fabric of Knowledge' folds and unfolds in a kinetic beauty that forever shifts and changes.
Wouter Scheublin's Walking Table, a carefully crafted piece of furniture that shows the beauty of mechanics. When pushed, the table comes to life and mimics a natural walking motion, perplexing our perception of the ordinarily static.