Oh, yes please…!
The Graham House, Vancouver, designed in 1963 by Arthur Erickson.
Sadly demolished in 2007.
The great thing about Kenneth Grange’s classic parking meter was that, like all good pieces of functional design, it became part of the landscape, blending into invisibility until you parked your car alongside and were required to use it.
A retrospective of Grange’s work, Kenneth Grange: Making Modern Britain, is currently showing at the Design Museum in London.
Inspired by scuba diving tanks, Slow Moves, by Eindhoven-based designer Bas Van Raay of Studio Vraay, is a lighting fixture featuring a small two-watt, high-power LED light. Produced in a limited edition series for the Karena Schuessler Gallery in Berlin.
Composición IV by Catalan artist Antoni Clavé.
Naturally shed antlers, beautifully decorated by Cassandra Smith.
Kieler Woche is a sailing-contest/folk-festival in the north of Germany, with a long tradition dating back to 1882. An annual poster contest, which was established in the 1950’s and continues to this day, has a list of participants that reads like a who’s who of European graphic design.
The posters shown here were by Hans Hillman (top) and Cyan.