🔍Read Full Article There’s A Reason Michael Jackson’s Called The ‘King Of Style’

There’s A Reason Michael Jackson’s Called The ‘King Of Style’

0 Comments 🕔19:19, 04.Apr 2014

The King of Pop was also known as the King of Style, and for good reason! His intricate costumes changed the fashion and entertainment world as we knew it. His outrageous, tassel-adorned leather jackets, skinny pants and black loafers with white socks became iconic, especially when combined with his signature dance moves. With the revival of 80s and 90s style in the past few seasons, it’s time to embrace your inner Michael Jackson. You’re probably

🔍Read Full Article Typography and Design Trends 2014

Typography and Design Trends 2014

0 Comments 🕔18:29, 12.Feb 2014

If you are a typography and design fanatic, there are various designers, trends, and websites to get inspired by, and see what trends seem to be sticking a round. Even though 2014 has just begun, it already seems clear what the typography and design trends will be. Design trends often coincide with typography trends – what’s going on in the graphic design world often reflects what’s happening in the typography world – here are the top

🔍Read Full Article Find Your Spring Outfit in 4 Simple Steps: Make Your Cardigan Work

New Find Your Spring Outfit in 4 Simple Steps: Make Your Cardigan Work

0 Comments 🕔18:12, 12.Feb 2014

Cardigans are one of the staples of spring fashion. In You’ve Got Mail, Meg Ryan not only wore several cardigans, she wore them well under the direction of Nora Ephron and her flawless taste. But a few of the style editors of Elle Magazine are concerned that it’s typically difficult for the everyday woman to wear a cardigan well without looking frumpy. Here are a few steps to take to make sure that your spring cardigan looks

🔍Read Full Article Bloody meal ceramic plates

Bloody meal ceramic plates

0 Comments 🕔15:31, 28.Jan 2014

Ceramic Plates is a subversive piece by French-born, Berlin-based designer Benoit Ollive that highlights the issue of gangs’ violence in London. Each plate is carved to represent the area of Peckham, an estate of Southeast London better known for its high crime rate. Inspired by the area’s meat shops and the 2011 England riots, Ollive created a plate assortment, which satirically linked the representation of the most dangerous streets in London and the blood of a

🔍Read Full Article CM Wood Sunglasses by Christopher Mariades

CM Wood Sunglasses by Christopher Mariades

0 Comments 🕔15:00, 28.Jan 2014

Sunglasses have been a must have item for many years but the truth is that in the last few, sunglasses have also become a trend. We’ve seen then in many shapes, colors and materials. Cm by Christopher is a brand new company that integrates design and nature by manufacturing wooden frames. Most of the frames are designed for both men and women and can be worn as eyeglasses too.  From 100% natural Greek wood all frames

🔍Read Full Article Studio Nienke Hoogvliet presents “Hide”

New Studio Nienke Hoogvliet presents “Hide”

0 Comments 🕔23:13, 25.Jan 2014

The 24-year old designer Nienke Hoogvliet graduated in June 2013 with the project ‘Hide’, two blankets based on vulnerability and protection. The blankets were woven in the TextielLab of the Textilemuseum in Tilburg. Concept Nienke Hoogvliet noticed that today’s society thinks of vulnerability as weak, while Nienke thinks it can lead to strength and protection. She sees blankets as a metaphor for the feeling of protection, which is why she designed one fragile and one protective. Skin inspired the design because it



0 Comments 🕔23:18, 02.Jan 2014

PedalFactory claims the Sandwichbike can be unpacked and put together in just 45 minutes. "If you can make a sandwich, you can make a Sandwichbike," the company declares. The single-speed bike is constructed from 19 parts that are packaged and delivered in a box along with the tools required to assemble it.   The frame is made from panels of weatherproofed beech plywood and is held together by milled aluminium cylinders. Stainless steel spokes sit within the 26-inch tyres. The completed model

🔍Read Full Article Dieter Rams 10 Principles of “Good Design”

New Dieter Rams 10 Principles of “Good Design”

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Dieter Rams is a German industrial designer. He is mostly famous for the Braun consumer products. Rams introduced the idea of sustainable development and of obsolescence being a crime in design in the 1970s. Accordingly he asked himself the question: is my design good design? The answer formed his now celebrated ten principles.

🔍Read Full Article Peter Bruegger: Moustache mugs

New Peter Bruegger: Moustache mugs

0 Comments 🕔16:02, 29.Dec 2013

Enjoy effortlessly masquerading behind a character moustache while 
drinking your favourite tea or coffee. Every mug has a different design 
on each side to explore your favourite masculine expression! Choose 
between feisty Fu-Magnum, ambiguous Mustafa-Chaplin and cheeky 
Maurice-Poirot! Price: £11.95 per mug Each mug comes with two different moustache drawings applied on each side. Material: Fine bone china MADE IN STOKE ON TRENT, ENGLAND THE MUSTAFA CHAPLIN MOUSTACHE MUG THE MAURICE POIROT MOUSTACHE MUG THE FU MAGNUM MOUSTACHE MUG

🔍Read Full Article Renovated Flat in Berlin by Peter Fehrentz

New Renovated Flat in Berlin by Peter Fehrentz

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This stylish apartment was recently renovated by Peter Fehrentz. It is located in Berlin, Germany.                          

🔍Read Full Article Rizon Parein’s neon light installation for NIKE Sejamax campaign

New Rizon Parein’s neon light installation for NIKE Sejamax campaign

0 Comments 🕔18:59, 28.Dec 2013

Antwerp-based designer Rizon Parein has created an intricate neon light installation for NIKE’s new #sejamax (be max) campaign in Brazil. The promotional material also includes three different CGI ads. The posters feature pro-footballer David Luiz, world-renowned surfer Pedro Scooby, and beach volleyball champions Maria Clara and Carol Salgado. ‘It took two non-stop weeks for the modeling – building and bending the tubes,’ explains parein. ‘I wanted it to be as believable as possible. the image of the little pieces sitting atop the

🔍Read Full Article Martin Azua suspends dipping metallic basket in light container

New Martin Azua suspends dipping metallic basket in light container

0 Comments 🕔16:59, 23.Dec 2013

Suspended inside a floating metallic basket, the ‘light container’ by spanish designer Martin Azua treats rays of illumination as something with weight and volume. Dipping accordingly to the side, the immaterial nature of light is captured within the sculptural frame. Constructed in a series of three different sizes, the shades can be hung individually or in groups. The inner glass diffuser generates a warm, dim light that produces soft shadows – suitable for a range

🔍Read Full Article Classic liveries imagined on 2013 Formula 1 racecars

New Classic liveries imagined on 2013 Formula 1 racecars

0 Comments 🕔12:05, 22.Dec 2013

Since the late 1960s, Formula one liveries have become an integral aspect of the now multi billion-dollar sport, replacing previously used national colors in exchange for high paying tobacco sponsors and alcohol companies. Throughout the years, teams such as Mclaren, Williams and Ferrari have seen the facade of their ‘driving billboards’ evolve drastically, annually receiving new sets of logos, strategically plastered over engine bay covers and rear wings. To capture the spirit of some of

🔍Read Full Article Chalet Beranger by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance

New Chalet Beranger by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance

0 Comments 🕔12:30, 21.Dec 2013

Designer Noé Duchaufour Lawrance has fitted out an alpine ski lodge in the French Alps with a trunk-like hearth, curved fir walls and a floating bed. The chunky fireplace is anchored to the centre of a family living room, located beneath the sloping timber eaves on the three-storey Chalet Béranger’s top floor. Desks, chairs and other objects by Duchaufour Lawrance are placed around each room alongside other designer furniture pieces. Wall and floors of both fir and

🔍Read Full Article Adidas by Tom Dixon minimalist traveler’s shoes

Adidas by Tom Dixon minimalist traveler’s shoes

0 Comments 🕔22:46, 19.Dec 2013

Originally debuting at MOST as part of the fuori salone programme of Milan design week, ‘Adidas by Tom Dixon’ officially presents ‘Minimalist traveler’, a bespoke footwear collection by performance brand Adidas and designer Tom Dixon that celebrates mobility, modularity and a 21st century lifestyle. Matched with british ingenuity and innovation, the series comes available in two different cuts – a low-top and high-top collapsible unstructured shoe variation. Featured in three alternative color-ways, the ‘minimalist traveler’