Archive for design (ers)
two products, the walk desk and sticks light, from stuart padwick‘s cheeky new line.
michael anastassiades (say that three times fast!) has been around forever, but we still get chills around his stellar lighting. here are a few favorites:
portland-based graphic design firm makelike is branching into the home decorating biz, and their hand-screenprinted wallpaper has got our motor running.
everything in the first collection is based on the cactus and its softer cousin the succulent. cheeky.
one of the more exciting things to come out of the already-thrilling brooklyn flea down the street (!) are the map quilts by emily fischer of haptic lab. her tone-on-tone cotton blankets retrace maps of brooklyn neighborhoods, from fort greene to red hook.
don’t worry, manhattan brethren, fischer will be adding downtown neighborhoods to the a la carte menu in november. until then – custom order or snag a pillow.
yvonne nieworth, a graphic designer based in dusseldorf, created a series of packaging for vanilla pudding packets. we love the variations on an unusual theme.
we were unsure about the pebble collection from osko + deichmann, but the more we look at at the colorful, bubbly pieces, the more we want to pat them on the head. which doesn’t mean we’d upholster them in leather.
interview with the designers on dailytonic.