New Simplicity is an exhibition featuring everyday objects that have been designed with clarity and simplicity in mind.
Including the work of established designers such as Jasper Morrison and Sam Hecht, alongside a new generation of designers including Min-Kyu Choi, the exhibition features current examples of simple design, alongside some new products and prototypes..
The exhibition runs until 8th August 2010 at the Brompton Design District, 203 Brompton Road (London SW1).
Ahh… they don’t make ’em like that anymore.
Totem is a stackable, modular shelving system, designed by Belgian architect Vincent van Duysen for Dutch manufacturers, Pastoe.
I am loving this beautiful business card, created for film-maker and photographer Cale Glendening, by Ryan Clark of Seattle based Invisible Creature.
Down in the left corner of the black embossed envelope is a little die cut box. When the card is pulled out, it does a 360 degree pan around Cale’s head like a mini stop-frame animation, implying Glendenings’s field of work.
Absolute Sellout is a nicely curated online store selling bits and bobs of random ephemera, games, literature and other little knick knacks. Unfortunately the two tasty little items that caught my eye shown here, the One Phone (top) and custom white surfboard, are both sold out.
I wish I had seen this original retro Timex flip clock on Absolute Sellout before it had absolutely sold out.
Paradoxical chair concept from Velichko Velikov.
Beautiful wooden sliding screens divide up the ground floor of this office interior, designed by West Architecture for product design consultancy, Therefore.
Hyperion is a wireless rechargeable LED light made from bone china, conceived by Chinese designers, Creatife.
Loving TYPO magazine’s pixellated masthead.
Via NAS CAPAS.