Cereal Magazine

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Marimekko Autumn Collection

Finnish fashion and home accessories brand Marimekko has launched a collection for Autumn 2013 that is inspired by weather phenomena.

Winter Ale Graphics by Bedow for Mikkeler

An unusual and beautiful kind of label has been created to celebrate the last of four seasonal ales by danish microbrewery Mikkeler. The Wild Winter Ale is limited edition and there are only 3500 bottles made. Designed by stockholm based design studio Bedow, the labels for the Wild Winter Ale have been printed with a … 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

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

The Return of the Kaleidoscope: The Truth And The Abstract Blues by Tillman Kaiser

The Vienna-based artist Tillman Kaiser has created these amazing  wall and floor sculptures for his solo show “The Truth And The Abstract Blues” held at Wilkinson Gallery in London. The sculptures are meticulously made up by layers-and-layers of canvas and cardboard that have resulted in these wondrous geometric patterns that leads one’s mind back to kaleidoscopes. … Continue reading

Paper Cuts by Laura Faurschou

Danish designer Laura Faurschou has created this gorgeous series of paper cuts called Komposition. The series is based on her fascination with layers and framework. Laura explains, “The repetition of the crystalline shapes in the overlapping layers creates a strong perspective illusion and 3-dimensional effect.  The intensity of colour in one layer in combination with … Continue reading

Pop Up Tea Shop by Alan Chu

Brazilian architect Alan Chu’s has designed the newly opened Gourmet Tea Store in Sao Paolo. The shop is somewhat secret to passers by when closed and simply resembles a graphic mural. But when opened the various graphic patterns come apart and each hold shop elements within such as a pantries, kitchen, display cases with more. The large purple … Continue reading

Fabio Novembre at the Triennale Design Museum

Fabio Novembre ‘s new exhibition at the Triennale Design Museum in Milan is a play and exploration of colour and chromatic transitions. Novembre says “drawing a rainbow to connect Heaven and Earth in that constant state of human balance we maintain with our feet in the mud and head up in the stars.” The quote … Continue reading