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TERRITORY: LG

TERRITORY: LG

TERRITORY: LG

TERRITORY: LG

TERRITORY: LG

Solid work by London based studio, Territory, including this internal product directory and poster for LG, styled like a secret dossier.

Snowmobile

If we are in for more snow, I gotta get me one of these.

Via Fragments*.

Ball Lamp

Ball Lamp

Available in 8 colours, Ball Lamp, designed by BIG-GAME for Tamawa, is formed from a machined bakelite bead with a blown glass upper section.

Hakuna Matata

Hakuna Matata

Hakuna Matata

Hakuna Matata is an installation by Thomas Julier, featuring figures cut from acrylic glass suspended on nylon wires, combined with wall mounted footballs painted by Thomas Sauter to create a three dimensional scene of joyful ball play.

Currently showing at Karma International (who have a cool website, designed by one more studio) until 23rd December 2010.

Skeleton plates

Skeleton plates

Loving this set of skeleton plates.

Via this isn’t happiness.

The Motorist

The Motorist

Classy work by illustrator and graphic designer Jonas Bergstrand.

Via Buamai.

Pulp Magazine

PULP Magazine, Issue 2.

Via NAS CAPAS.

Balloon Bench

Balloon Bench, by Japanese designer, Satoshi Itasakawas, “was visually inspired by the feeling of floating that the main character felt in the French movie, ‘Le Ballon Rouge’ (1953).”

In reality the bench is suspended from the ceiling by 4 anchors concealed by the balloon shapes, creating the illusion of the bench being lifted by balloons.

Via NOTCOT.

Tenue de Nîmes x London Undercover

Tenue de Nîmes has collaborated with London Undercover to create an umbrella from natural beechwood and denim. The umbrella is decorated on the underside with a beautifully detailed cotton flower illustration by Japanese illustrator Hiyoko Imai, echoing the decorative nature of ancient parasols, which were often embellished with lavish, floral designs.

Via Acquire.

Inside / Outside Tree

Making reference to ‘engawa’ – a Japanese term for the platform that separates the house from the garden – the Inside / Outside Tree, by Sou Fujimoto Architects, explores this notion of ‘in-between-ness’.

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