‘Moon Glass’ by tale

The ‘Moon glass’ is a clever crematic glass designed by tale, a design studio based in Seoul. As more drink is poured into the glass, the “fuller” the moon appears. In correlation with the quantity of drink, the glass is able to show the different lunar phases we see; from crescent to full. There are two … Continue reading

Lieb House by Venturi & Rauch

The Lieb House was designed by Venturi & Rauch and completed in 1969. In 2009, the owners of the house found that they couldn’t afford to keep the house. The house was set for demolition. Had it not been for Venturi and Scott Brown’s son, Jim Venturi, the Lieb house would have been torn down. Since then, … Continue reading

EASTPAK backpack by Julia Wulfing

Artist Julia Wülfing has designed a one-of-a-kind backpack for the EASTPAK Artist Studio.  This is the artists’ and EASTPAK’s contribution to Designers Against AIDS, meaning all proceeds from the EASTPAK Artist Studio go to the charity.

Tasmanian Museum of Old and New Art

Photographer Derek Henderson takes a trip to Hobart, Australia to capture the scene at the Tasmanian Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). The featured exhibit at the museum displays works by Belgian artist Wim Delvoye.

‘Privet’ by T38 Studio

The Privet project by T38 Studio focuses on constructing 18 contemporary single family homes located in Tijuana, Mexico.

Erich Hamann Bittere Schokoladen Berlin by Stil in Berlin

Mary, who runs the blog Stil in Berlin, photographs behind the scenes at the Erich Hamann Bittere Schokoladen in Berlin. View the full article here Erich Hamann Bittere Schokoladen Berlin was founded in 1912 by, you guessed it, Erich Hamann, a confectioner who came from the Memel Territory in East Prussia. The business went well and 1928 … Continue reading