‘Bonnard’ by Anagrama

Anagrama are a branding agency based in Monterrey, Mexico. Their latest project is for Mexican french-inspired tea and confectionary shop, Bonnard. Taking elements from Pierre Bonnard’s postimpressionist artwork — colourful brushstrokes — juxtaposed with san serif typography, the result breaths a new modern look for their products. Advertisements

ox magazine ‘02 by SomethingMoon

The design for the second issue of ox magazine  is by SomethingMoon. With monochrome lettering and a minimalist layout, focus is put on the written content and images. The art and culture magazine is from Ox Warehouse in Macau.

‘Fall Off’ by Sam Stringleman

Wellington-based designer Sam Stringleman presents ‘Fall Off’, a computer generated table. The table’s dimensions measure 1200mm x 800m x 700m, all birch plywood/pine. Surface density is calculated by the placement of  objects on a virtual table, through a web interface. As a virtual object, for example a laptop or coffee cup, is moved around on the … Continue reading

‘Curious Vase’ by Mianne de Vries

 A series of vases created by Mianne de Vries are cleverly entitled ‘Curious Vase’, as each vase consists of three layers— its shape you cannot see without breaking the exterior.

Oak Lamps by Ross Gardam

These light shades designed by Ross Gardam are practical hand craftced and defined by the grain of the oak selected”.

‘Ocean’s Edge’ by Tyson Atwell

The ‘Ocean’s Edge’ table by Tyson Atwell a creatively interprets ocean waveforms, whilst retaining the practicality of a normal table.

Popsicles by PUTPUT

Swiss/Danish artist group PUTPUT created a series of popsicles, combining common household sponge with a classic edible product, the popsicle. Referencing a classic product pack shot the ‘Popsicles’ series creates an imitation of a common object through a purposeless addition. Both products represent different aspects of everyday life and are recognizable in their own right. … Continue reading

iPhone 5 by Apple

The new iPhone 5 by Apple will officially release, only a week away, on 21 September. The new design features a “larger display, a faster chip, ultrafast wireless technology, an 8MP iSight Camera” on the slimmest and lightest iPhone ever.

Egg box by Otília Erdélyi

Hungarian designer Otília Erdélyi’s egg box is a  fresh, innovative take on the conventional egg carton. The box is made of natural microwaved cardboard.

‘Froissé’ by Mathias Kiss

As part of the ‘Sans 90°’ exhibition, fractured mirror ‘Froissé’ (Hurt) by Hungarian designer Mathias Kiss is on display at Galerie Armel Soyer in Paris.