Paper Installation by Kustaa Saksi at Stockholm Furniture Fair

  Finland-born, Amsterdam-based illustrator Kustaa Saksi recently created quite a stunning paper display at the Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair. Saksi and Swedish architect Gert Wingårdh worked together on the installation that was to strike up conversation about future work spaces. Saksi created the intricate display from 1120 stacks of A4-size paper (total of 700,000 sheets of paper) suspended from … Continue reading

Becks Sapphire Installation by Moritz Waldemeyer

‘   Beer label Becks is currently launching their new beer Sapphire. It being introduced around the United States throughout 2013. A series of pop-up locations – starting January 17th in Los Angeles, Santa Monica Boulevard– are chosen to day-view the new beer to the American public. Moritz Waldemeyer was asked to create a unique … Continue reading

If Dogs Run Free by Tzou Lubroth Architekten

  If Dogs Run Free is the name of a new down-to-earth cocktail bar in Vienna by Tzou Lubroth Architekten. Run and designed by an actress, a restaurateur, a graphic designer and 2 architects , the main feature of the bar interior, is the ceiling feature. This feature is set to change annually to keep … Continue reading

The Crystal Dome at Swarovski Kristallwelten

The Crystal Dome at Swarovski Kristallwelten (Crystal Worlds) is a part of the company’s museum and headquarters located in Wattens in Austria. The Crystal Dome was designed around the concept of being captured inside a crystal. There are 595 mirrors that cover the dome’s walls, creating a kaleidoscope of shifting shapes, reflections and colours, that gradually reveal hidden works … Continue reading

Mono by Clara Von Zweigbergk

Clara Von Zweigbergk has added a new mobile to her Themis Mobile collection, a 12″ wide singular dodecahedron composed of different colors on each of its surfaces. Mono is the fourth addition to the Themis Mobile collection designed by the Stockholm native and is vastly different from any other mobile of its kind. A large … Continue reading

Mashallah Design Studio

I recently came across Berlin based design studio Mashallah again and thought it was time to share some of their exciting projects. The studio was established in 2008 by Hande Akçayli and Murat Koçyigit. They work in the crossfield between CAD software and traditional craftmanship and the results are sculptural poetic pieces with great attention to materials and tayloring. Many … Continue reading

Limited Edition Print by Ronan & Erwan Bourroullec

The prints are made with mineral-based archival inks with resin printed on 310gsm Hahnemühle Museum Etching paper and are availabe unframed or in a bespoke frame designed by the Bouroullecs. Prints in each edition are numbered, and signed by the artist. The Wrong Shop is an new-thinking platform started by designer and co-owner of Established & … Continue reading

Geometric Street Art by Neli0

Street art can be so much more than graffiti and tags. Here’s a few of anonymous artist Neli0′s geometric pieces. Gorgeous is what I say! Read more: Neli0

London Design Week: Bulb Shop by Lee Broom

    Young british designer Lee Broom has created a pop up bulb shop in his studio in London’s East End for the duration of London Design Week. Cladded with old component from a traditional english pub, the shop is full of crystal glass bulb lights in various installations – very impressive and appealing to … Continue reading

Louis Vuitton & Yayoi Kusama Pop Up Shop

    Louis Vuitton has made an accessories collaboration with japanese artist Yayoi Kusama and to celebrate this, the label has opened a pop up shop in London department store Selfridges. Kusama is famous for her wonderous universes that are built up by polka dots and phallos-like growths and so is the pop-up shop and … Continue reading