Like an alchemist, Gabriele Lucchitta creates experimental materials with sugar, hot water and other elements he adds : various kind of caramels crystallized into a silicon mold. After preparing, he obtains beautiful edible crystals. To discover in video.
There’s something in it for everyone! Look closer and you’ll realize it’s way more exciting than a stack of magazines. Ping Pong is your multi-functional coffee table that can adjust to your lifestyle. Be it your chalkboard for creativity, your engagement for afternoon tea or the place for an exciting Ping-Pong competition. It’s the ultimate [...]
The Supergraph Art Fair of Melbourne, which celebrates the art and graphic design, and highlights emerging talents, has an extremely successful and recognizable graphic identity. It’s the ideas of Australian studio A Friend Of Mine, which made all of the logo, to website . A colorful and punchy result.
The Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos likes to experiment or invent new craft techniques. One of those she prefers is the hook. With this traditional technique, she created among many other works a “second skin” for ceramic animals and insects. A surprising, sweet and delicate work.
Graham Kelman sees architecture as a way of thinking, organizing, problem solving, and innovation. For the showcase of Etienne Aigner’s New York boutique, he devised a system of more than 600 paper airplanes, sneaking between the models and their accessories. A clean table, but a strong design.
After his series of plates inspired by the graphics Adobe Photoshop, Creative Todd Borka is back with a homemade wooden game for children and adults. It consists of three wooden heads cut into several parts, made with three different wood species. The number of combinations is infinite !
Tim Rotermund achieved these beautiful packaging for the brand T. A modern and harmonious design in each of the packaging: boxes of tea, paper cups and bags are in the same harmony with pastel colors such as pink, blue and white. Each product is marked with a T, embossed or simply printed.
Based in San Francisco, designer and illustrator Ryan Putnam has created a series of visuals that represent iconic costumes worn by characters from famous films, and also various equipment used for special jobs as mountain climber. The goal is to recognize movies like “Back to the Future” and “Ghostbusters” through different outfits shown.
The identity of the Zador brand, manufacturer of natural soaps handmade by combining the traditions and methods of the most modern manufacturing. Zador family soap contains only natural ingredients and comes in 7 different flavors (cocoa, lavender, cherry blossoms, red wine …). A nice discovery photographed by Balázs Glodi.