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Thursday 8th of February 2018

a sofa creating digital number combination, ola giertz at stockholm furniture fair 2018

inspired by the winter environment of swedish lapland, the little houses and space dividers are semi-transparent, yet soundproof. inspired by the winter environment of swedish lapland, the little houses and space dividers are semi-transparent, yet soundproof. each doll is clean and disinfected with specific products before and after each use (thankfully).


Legal highs: new book looks back at 20th century cigarette and alcohol ads

Smoking in the UK is now so out of fashion, that it’s hard to imagine that advertisements for tobacco brands were only fully banned (the last area being sponsorship of snooker and Formula 1 tournaments) as recently as 2005.


Slice Revealer | Codrops

A reveal effect where animated slices cover and uncover an image. Inspired by Zhenya Rynzhuk’s transitions experiments. Today we’d like to share a simple reveal animation with you that is mainly inspired by Zhenya Rynzhuk’s transition experiments and Gil Huybrecht’s “Boardathon” Dribbble shot.


Illustrator Spotlight: Molly Bounds

A selection of paintings and relief prints by Denver-based printmaker and illustrator Molly Bounds.


A Collection of Artwork Inspired by the Coen Brothers

A tribute to the films of the Coen Brothers courtesy of SPOKE NYC.


“Facing Seoul” by Artist Raymond Lemstra

A series of mask-like portraits by Dutch artist Raymond Lemstra.


Is It Illegal to Eat a Work of Art?

On today’s episode, we’re taking a deep dive into two questions at the intersection of art and law.


The Rock Is Starring in a New Action Movie Called “Skyscraper,” and it Looks Crazy

Fans of absurd architecture, over-the-top action, and wrestling-stars-turned-beloved-actors are in for a treat this summer thanks to the recently-announced film Skyscraper. The movie’s central character is “The Pearl,” an imagined 1,067-meter-tall skyscraper in Hong Kong-although apparently some guy named “Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson” also plays a pretty big role with his character Will Sawyer, a former FBI Hostage Rescue operative who lost a leg in the line of duty and now reviews building security for a living.


Daily Design Inspiration

Daily Design Inspiration from selecting photography, architecture, graphic design and more. Our goal is to simply inspire your day and be creative!



Orijeen Studio Created Color-Changing Furniture Using A Lenticular Technology [Seoul] | Trendland

The Korean based studio Orijeen created a cutting-edge furniture collection called “Color Flow”. Color-changing storage pieces comprising of a wardrobe and a small cabinet were produced using a lenticular process. Which is composed of a translucent plastic sheet containing a set of convex lenses on one side, and a flat surface on the other.


The Design Blog – Design Inspiration

The Design Blog brings you carefully picked high quality inspiration, featuring works of designers and design studios from all over the world, with the main focus on young designers/ students. Except from the daily inspiration, whole week is filled with different types of inspiring posts and sections that are design-related


Packaging Japanese Style – PRINT Mag

The Japanese have long been masters of packaging design and production. Remember the influential book How To Wrap 5 Eggs ? These package labels are more prosaic than the eggs, but just as eye-catching in a crude, commercial manner. They date from the early postwar period.


ILLUSTRATION – jennifer song

Jennifer Song is an artist based in Charleston, South Carolina. She studied at the University of California and worked as an illustrator and graphic artist in the fashion industry. Now working as a freelancer Jennifer loves to create cute nature based designs that will make people smile.



Designer: Imbuzan Camelia Project Type: Produced, Commercial Work Location: Romania Packaging Contents: Honey Packaging Substrate / Materials: Glass jar Printing Process: Digital printing N U T S 4 H O N E Y. We’ve all been nuts for sweets! Time to be nuts for honey because it finally comes in many flavors!


Malika Favre illustrates this year’s edition of The New Yorker anniversary cover

Malika Favre is the latest artist to illustrate a riff on the first ever cover of _The New Yorker_ released on 21 February, 1925. The original illustration, _The Butterfly Effect_ featuring a character known as Eustace Tilley, was by Rea Irvin the publication’s first art editor.


Collage Artworks by Joachim Romain

French artist Joachim Romain explores the concepts of mass consumption, temporality and the urban environment in his unique collage artworks. Joachim’s favorite medium is the advertising poster. He is very mindful of environmental issues when producing his pieces, which are entirely created from recycled materials.


Eleven Kinds of Blue: Werner’s Pioneering 19th-Century Nomenclature of the Colors, Beloved by Darwin

“Finding the words is another step in learning to see,” bryologist Robin Wall Kimmerer wrote in her lyrical love letter to moss. And so it is: Description and observation entwine in the consecrating act of paying attention – the act that swings open the gates of perception and allows us to know the world as it really is, not as we have been conditioned to see it by our narrow frames of reference.


Artist Spotlight: LEANS

A selection of work by Brisbane-based artist LEANS.


Sports Youth Hostel / LAVA & WENZEL + WENZEL

21 Engelsmann Peters, Stuttgart Building Services Fire Protection Kitchen Planning Wayfinding Tobias Wallisser, Alexander Rieck, Chris Bosse Julian Fahrenkamp (PL), Angelika Hermann, Jan Kozerski, Mikolay Scibisz, Nicola Schunter, Paula Gonzalez, Güley Alagöz, Elise Elsacker, Myung Lee, Yuan Ma; competition team: Sebastian Schott, Stephan Albrecht, Stefanie Pesel Matias Wenzel, Sven Becker, Thilo von Wintzingerode, Erik Muth Text description provided by the architects.




teamSimon is a Sydney based digital designer. He is the Director of a boutique digital design studio, Bailey Street Design located in the vibrant inner west suburb of Newtown. Simon studied graphic design at Shillington College and specialises in web design for small and medium size businesses. Simon and his team (Toby the studio dog) are passionate about visual communication in the digital environment


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