Check out this neat Flickr set of Braun images.
Via One Floor Up.
Lots of well crafted art direction and typography, applied to both print and interactive projects, coming out of London based commercial art studio, YES.
Wallzo is the London based graphic design studio of Darren Wall. He has a clean looking site, with some rather nice examples of the studio’s identity and typographic work.
The Soil Lamp, by Marieke Staps, is powered by mud enclosed in copper/zinc cells, the metabolism of biological life producing enough energy to keep the LED lamp burning. All the lamp needs is a splash of water every now and then.
The John Pawson Kitchen System, first conceived by renowned minimalist architect and designer John Pawson, in 1996 for Obumex, was designed to be a flexible kit of elements in which every detail is considered, where all visual noise is subdued and where waterspout and taps become pieces of domestic sculpture. Available in a variety of finishes – wood, stone and steel.
A nice mix of print and interactive design, housed in a clean and simple site from Taobot.
A phono-radio without the phono, a cassette receiver sans cassette, and a non-turning turntable were the first three pieces, created back in 2002 by Marcus Wolf and Marcus Bader as part of a series called ‘Bootleg Objects‘.
Shown here is my favourite of the series – the ‘ReBraun’ mp3 jukebox and server, based on Dieter Rams, ‘Audio 1 Kompaktanlage’.
London based artist and designer, Cris Rose, creates awesome custom toys and sculptures, including these “little resin robots with nature on their mind”.