Invitation from the officers and directors of The American Institute of Graphic Arts to an exhibition of German Graphic Design. It featured the work of the members of “Gruppe 56”, the Stuttgart chapter of the German Graphic Designers Club, which was founded in 1956. The Exhibition was held in 1964 at the AIGA gallery and was organized by the International Center for the Typographic Arts Inc.
Postcard designed by Sam Cooperstein.
Fish tail ring by Macabre Gadgets.
Via Grey Book.
Love spartan-luxe, raw, white spaces like these.
Via McCray & Co.
Pikaplant Jar is a single, hand-picked blooming plant hermetically encased in a glass jar. It’s maintenance-free as water and nutrients are recycled in a self-sustaining biotope, resulting in a long-lasting blossom.
Guinevere van Seenus photographed by Txeme Yeste for the cover of Numéro China #31.
These porcelain lamps by Chilean studio Great Things to People (gt2P) are turned on and off by stroking blobs of lava in their centres.
Swiping a finger over the smoothed chunks of lava alters an electrostatic field created by a capacitive sensor. This change in the field prompts a small electronic device, or microcontroller, to turn the light on and off.
The T series urban compact cruiser bicycle from Vanmoof, features 2 gears, an anodized aluminum frame, front and rear disc brakes, a weather-resistant saddle with air suspension, puncture-resistant tyres and built in front and rear lights by Philips.