Beware the moon has some really interesting wallpaper. I particularly love the skulls one. I mean, seriously, who does not want skulls on your wallpaper? Or that suave gentleman in front of it for that matter.Read More
Product designer Vadim Kibardin has some of the most amazing concepts not yet in production, which is quite a shame as my credit card was already out the minute I saw the image of the black and white clock. A clock and lights up when it is dark? Normal. One that turns black when the sun comes back on? This IS Consumption Junction, is it not?Read More
PIE studio, a firm based in Florida, has some of the most thought provoking, “how did they do that” construction methods for furniture out there. Their latest creation “Scream” combines both of thier strength and gives us this magnificent, hand-woven aluminium, socially and environmentally conscious chair that is simply stunning.Read More
Beautiful and simple is really difficult to come by, so when someone does it so well, we can only do it justice by celebrating it! (or by buying loads of their merchandise). I love the blackness. I love the simple idea. I love the “pentagram-ness”. The cultish sign, not the design firm. I love the way its extended. See Brand New for more insights.Read More
Paul Rand talks logo designs in this 1991 interview, including his famous logo for Intergrated Business Machines.Read More
By driving around a Toyota iQ, with sticks on four corners, camera in crane up above, font designers Pierre And Damien together with race car driver Stef van Campenhoudt manages to write out every letter of the alphabet, and then some, and uploaded the beautiful font for all to use.
See the video making of, and download the free font here!Read More
Design has many rules that claim to be big truths and full of wisdom. Designers all go by rules that work for them. However, their rules may not work for someone else, or for a particular piece of design work. When a rule is forced upon you, it stops working and becomes a joke, like “Never use a PC,” or “Leave it until the last minute,” or the most famous of them all, “Less is more.”
The problem is that every rule related to, or governing, design is ultimately ridiculous. In this book we have collected the most talked-about rules and the viewpoints of designers and thought leaders who live by them or hate them..
I love it!
“The unique natural beauty of woodland appeals to all our senses and forms the basis for our Waldilla solid wood flooring designs. Every plank retains the original curvature of the tree from which it stems. This is achieved through a specially developed manufacturing technique; modern computer technology gives each wooden floor it’s own organic form. The grain and knots of the wood are retained as a characteristic part of this whole and treated with crystal clear resin. red dot design award 2009.”
Via Design Spotter.