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Orb & Cup

Orb & Cup

Orb&Cup is a two-piece product: the two separate parts of the design were created by Alex Hellum and Thomas Jenkins individually.

The Cup by Thomas Jenkins is based on the idea of a traditional Norwegian wooden cup, whilst the Orb, by Alex Hellum, is a container for transporting a piece of fruit, a snack, a tea bag, etc. The Orb&Cup are held together with an industrial elastic band.

Via Abitare.

Sticx

A great activity for rainy campsite days — painting sticks.

Sticx by Ginette Lapalme

Via of paper and things.

Mitsuo Katsui

Mitsuo Katsui

Mitsuo Katsui

I’ve been checking out the archives of celebrated Japanese graphic designer, Mitsuo Katsui. Awesome!

Lucía Castro Triay

Lucía Castro Triay

Loving the work of Barcelona based designer, Lucía Castro Triay.

BBCX365

Johnny Selman of San Francisco is designing a poster a day for 365 days based on a headline taken from the BBC News website.

Via Dezeen.

Everyday Carry

That is one classy Everyday Carry, right there.

card/photo holder

card/photo holder

Loving this neat little crafty paper fix, by Joke van de Gaer of Tokketok. A simple card/photo holder made of scrap paper and coloured fabric tape.

Via of paper and things.

Collaborative Instrument

Collaborative Instrument

Collaborative Instrument, by Matt West, requires two people to be played: one person to control the pitch and the other to control the rhythm.

Via NOTCOT.

132 5. by Issey Miyaki

Inspired by the work of computer scientist Jun Mitani, who creates three-dimensional structures with smoothly curved surfaces by folding flat materials, Issey Miyake has designed 132 5. a range of clothing that expand from two-dimensional geometric shapes into structured shirts, skirts, pants and dresses.

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Vintage matchbox

Shailesh Chavda has himself a nice collection of vintage matchbox labels.

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