Loving the work, website and studio space of Belgian design agency, Coast.
This is my kind of kitchen.
ph. Per Gunnarsson.
I like the utilitarian aesthetic of the Worker Wallet from Levi’s vintage collection, even if it’s name is somewhat inappropriate, given that the price-tag of $294 USD, is kind of beyond the justifiable outlay of of your average recession-hit “working class” man, for a wallet.
I think I’ll stick with my trusty Jimi.
My thanks to Daniel Freytag of BERG Studio, for sending me his very cool poster, KOMPAKT-KASSETTE.
Beautifully hand screenprinted in silver opaque ink on Plike 240gsm Matt Black fine art paper, the poster is available in limited edition from Editions of 100.
Go here to see images of the poster in production.
Loving the artworks of Ray Caeser.
One part homage, one part irony, Día de los Modernist is a series of portraits by Jamie Gray, that playfully pays tribute to modern design’s ancestry, while also questioning the period’s dogma, adapting and translating the skulls and floral motifs of Día de los Muertos into the controlled reductionism of Modernism.
Shown above are (clockwise) Le Corbusier, Paul Rand and Josef Muller-Brockmann.
Nostalgic pixellated playing cards, inspired by eight-bit computer games from the Eighties. Made in Russia by Art. Lebedev Studio.