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Jacqueline 6 years ago
beeniebudsandco

What Cool Kids Need: Bugaboo + Missoni

Hottest collaboration for 2011 has to be Bugaboo + Missoni. Graphic Design meets Fashion. love it! Bugaboo Bee and Chameleon have been updated with a new cheerful and vibrant zig zag and colour block designs, the distinctive Missoni style we know and love. Plus, mini knit blanket in Missoni’€™s trademark zigzag design are included too. I own a Bugaboo Bee and I must say I totally enjoy using it, I would definately put this Bugaboo + Missoni collaboration on my wish list. Available in the US and Canada…

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6 years ago
rocketfuelstyle

Custom Kits

Recently GEAR in Brisbane asked for people to submit designs for their new store kit. Design brief stated that it must be influenced by old school BMX. Here is what I designed for them. You can see some of the other designs submitted here. Thanks to Eric at GEAR for letting us submit some designs was really fun. If anyone else wants some kits designed just get in touch…

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6 years ago
Byczek

Studio: Neue

With a trailblazing identity for the Nordkyn region under their belts, I figured I would take a closer look at Norway’s Neue design studio. With simple but elegant executions their book does not disappoint. Branding enthusiasts and designers are hopefully aware of their logo for Nordkyn, a reactive geodesic form whose form alters based on temperature and wind speeds in the Norwegian locality. They are clearly a patriotic bunch with other projects for the Norwegian Post and a fantastically minimal and…

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6 years ago
life in (de)sign

The Embellished Office

I recently came across Dabney Lee At Home- a great little online company that specializes in custom-made and “fabulous embellishments to inspire and dazzle your home and office.” It was hard to pick just one item, but I think that my favourite is their square lucite tray! They have so many great patterns and monograms to choose from. Here are some of my favs: Aren’t they all so great? Check out more of they products and custmizable options at their site here…

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6 years ago
Carly Spicer 6 years ago
Carrie

Why It’s Not Just about the Type

I go into a project, any project really, knowing that the people who see it and read it probably won’t care at all about the design or the paper or the craftiness. Those things won’t cross their mind twice before they toss whatever it is into a pile on their table or straight in the trash. I could use a Sharpie and index cards for an invitation for all they care. Maybe the design isn’t important to them, but it is to me. Even if it’s simple (which I tend to like more anyway) and uses text only. That will…

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6 years ago
cheapandplastique

Print Magazine’s New Visual Artists

Photographed the Print Magazine New Visual Artists party at the Phaidon bookstore in Soho this evening. A very fun job. And now it is time for photo editing! | This year’s NVA winners are as stylistically diverse and geographically scattered as any year we’ve had in the past. They are an impressive mix of influences, disciplines, and skill sets that we feel as a whole is an exciting representation of the future of design.

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6 years ago
cupcakejunky

Chloe Sevigny’s Apartment, Two Ways

Chloe Sevigny’€™s East Village apartment was first published in the January 2007 issue of House and Garden. It was then published a second time in Apartamento‘€™s October 2009 issue. Apartamento is a great magazine which shows the personality of homes rather than the usual bland show homes. But what is interesting is how the two magazines photograph the same apartment. Such different styles of photography that it looks like two different apartments. The photos above are from Apartamento and the photos…

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6 years ago
range

WALL-E-Style Chair Coming to a Couch Potato Near You

Didn’t I read somewhere that too much sitting down is slowly killing us all? Well, apparently this isn’t a problem for a young Iranian designer Mohamad Sadegh Darounkolayi, who’d like to see everyone prance around in these motorized chairs, reminiscent of what we saw in WALL-E. Needless to say that future generations will become ultra-fatties, thanks to this device. Read more…

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6 years ago