It’s already the 430th edition of our daily inspirations … would you believe that? The time if flying. Anyway, seems majority of today’s photos is nature related. I don’t mind at all. Just check the first four photos featured … aren’t they beautiful? Love the Purple Stitches by Donna R and and Grasstalk by Lena Weisbek. So relaxing. My pick from today’s illustrations got to be the artwork called Meet the Beetles by Eric Fan. Which one is Paul anyway? :) If you’re more into traditional art, make sure to check + Blue Jeans + by Sandra Jawad. Amazing detail … I do like the b/w – color combination. At the very end something for all of you waiting for some freebies. Make sure to download the cool UI Elements set by Designkindle. Enjoy!
Brooklyn-based UM Project presented its new Craft System this weekend at Wanted Design, an up-and-coming satellite show of New York Design Week. The Craft System is a series of quirky lamps with a few simple bases with a seemingly endless array of custom designs. The result is a collection of retro futuristic robot-like lamp.
Evie Group is a young Sydney based design studio founded in 2010 by industrial designers Alex Gilmour and Dominic Chong. The philosophy behind the brand is to create designs that are carefully considered, elegant and timeless in their aesthetic.
Spun, their latest project, was one of the finalists at the prestigious Bombay Sapphire Design Discovery Awards in 2011. The Spun lamps were inspired by the classic toy – the wooden spinning top.
Maisonnette by Simone Simonelli in thisispaper.com
“Maisonnette” in French means small house. The aim here has been to propose a collection of furnitures that meets the contemporary need of sharing functions in the microliving spaces. It is a 3 pieces set: a stand/miniwardrobe, a cart/table and a basket/tray…
Kukje Gallery by SO-IL in thisispaper.com
The architectural proposal resolves a perceived disjunction between the dynamism and boldness of Kukje Gallery’s organization and artist roster, and the fragile historic fabric saturated by materials and details that surrounds the site…