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I Love Less

I Love Less

I Love Less, by Italian designer Gianfranco Setzu, is a sticker project celebrating Dieter Rams, pioneer of minimalism. Reproducing the designer wearing a white t-shirt with a heart, the sticker is starting to travel all over the world and can be customized by whoever chances upon one.

If you find a sticker on the street, write on Dieter’s t-shirt what you love, take a picture with your phone and share it on the Facebook fan page, I Love Less.

Via designboom.

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Andrea Claire: Constantin Chandelier

Andrea Claire: Constantin Chandelier

I love lighting and I love mobiles too, so I am totally loving the Constantin Chandelier from Andrea Claire.

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Ettore Sottsass x Bitossi

Vases by Ettore Sottsass for Bitossi.

Via Kaito Loves This.

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Dieter Rams

Via Graphic novel.

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DERZEIT

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Heidi Mount x Peter Lindbergh

Heidi Mount photographed by Peter Lindbergh for Numéro #100.

Via.

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Bureau Rabensteiner identity

Bureau Rabensteiner identity

Bureau Rabensteiner identity

Exceptionally nice stationery and identity concept for Innsbruck based Bureau Rabensteiner.

Via Lovely Stationery.

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Neal Brown business card

Neal Brown business card

Pantone Cool Gray 2 U letterpressed into beefy 220# Lettra stock results in this neat little business card for Neal Brown, designed by CODO Design.

Via Lovely Stationery.

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33 ways to stay creative

Via today and tomorrow.

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Glass Teahouse

Glass Teahouse

Glass Teahouse

This 1/10 scale model of KOU-AN (Glass Teahouse) by Tokujin Yoshioka, is currently showing at Glasstress 2011, the collateral event of the 54th La Biennale di Vennezia. The completed full-scale work is scheduled to be realized in 2013.

Glasstress 2011, an event in which sculptures and installations of glassworks created by internationally recognized contemporary artists, such as Zaha Hadid, Jan Fabre and Huan Zhang are showcased, runs until November 27th 2011.

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