I love this beautiful photography of Norway by Spaniard Carlos Ugo. It’s highly dramatic and very minimalist, I think the Scandinavians would be proud. You can see more work by Carlos over here.
I love these conceptual ‘tear and share’ USB sticks by American product design studio BOLTgroup. The size of a credit card and made from 100% post-consumer molded paper pulp, they’re perfect for sticking in your wallet and sharing info on the… Continue Reading
I love this project by Leeds-based designer Sarah Pritchard. Keeping Organised is a pack for students in their first year of the BA Graphic Design course to help them – well – keep organised. “The pack comes in an A3 plastic folder, and… Continue Reading
Cocoon is described by the designers at Micasa Lab as “furniture you can live in”, and they’re not kidding. You can add pillows, storage, lights and even a fully functional sink. I have no idea why they decided to plump… Continue Reading
American designer Jon Patterson worked on this branding project as a answer to the fictional question “If Target opened up a higher end store, how would they brand their products?”. The result is a very stylish and minimalistic brand that still manages… Continue Reading
Following on from last week’s post about the most beautiful pen in the world – ahem, probably – is another great Kickstarter project by a guy called Okum Made. The premise is simple, he has taken a range of standard, everyday items… Continue Reading