Monday, September 8th, 2014

10:06 am

A Unique Stoneware Coffee Press from Muuto & Mette Duedahl


Always happy to see an aesthetically pleasing piece of coffee making machinery, designer Mette Duedahl creates “PUSH” for Muuto, a beautiful alternative to your average glass cafetiere. A contemporary, Scandinavian look in mind, a solid, smooth stoneware jug is topped with…

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Sunday, September 7th, 2014

2:00 pm

Friendly Ghosts from Studio Arhoj & Louise Gaarmann

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We spotted these wide-eyed little weirdos while out on our travels and immediately vowed to collect each and every one. A collaboration between Denmark’s Studio Arhoj & Louise Gaarmann, these incredible little ghosts with their scared and worried expressions make us…

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Friday, September 5th, 2014

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

9:00 am

Tapered “It’s Just a Ride” Cruiser Skateboards from APN


A Public Nuisance (APN) release three collaborative skateboards inspired by Bill Hicks. Illustrators Mystery Meat, Harry Tennant and Pedro Oyarbide were commissioned to “explore the overlap between the mindsets of both creatives and skaters” and uncover what their ride means to…

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Sunday, August 24th, 2014

10:00 am

Shkatulka Marble and Wood Modular Desk Organizers


When it comes to organizers, the compromise between design and utility occurs far too often. The Shkatulka Modular Desk from St. Petersburg-based product designer and illustrator Lesha Galkin is an answer to this conundrum. The name Shkatulka, Russian for “casket,” refers…

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Friday, August 22nd, 2014

11:50 am

Nikeames by Ora Ito, an Eames-Inspired Nike Trainer


Fast Co. Design have jokingly called these “the worst thing in the world.” Ora Ito, a French furniture designer, conceptualized this Nike-branded trainer as an “homage to Charles and Ray Eames,” specifically taking from their original Eames Lounge 750 armchair. The…

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Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

Sunday, August 17th, 2014

Friday, August 15th, 2014

12:08 pm

Marc Newson and Pilot Create Hermés’ First-Ever Pen


Although Hermés have always produced beautiful leather agendas, they’ve never offered a proper writing utensil to match. Industrial designer Marc Newson was called to spearhead the ambitious task of crafting the first-ever pen for the historic French fashion house. After…

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