Fast-food chain KFC has invented a smart system to enable customers to use their smartphones without leaving oily fingerprints on their touchscreen : they created the “Tray Typer”, a durable paper tray put on a wireless keyboard connected via Bluetooth. Find out more in video.
Young Austrian graphic designer and art director Maximilian Mauracher imagined what would be a MacBook and the Internet in a magazine version. Through 70 pages of screenshots, we can see the collection “Cutter the Internet” by fashion designer Eva Zar, based in Vienna. This work mixes smartly two areas a priori opposite : the print and the digital.
Moleskine commissioned the director Rogier Wieland for their limited edition collection of notebooks “Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland”. He staged a real bunny in the middle of handmade paper decors that retake the fantasy world of Lewis Carroll’s famous fairytale : the tea scene, the changing sizes of the animal, the roses-ladies and Mad Hatter’s hat.
“Long Lasting Sharpness” is the new advertising campaign made by Herezie to sing the praises of japanese Miyabi knives. A very creative campaign developed in three images for three kind of knives : Gyutoh for meat, Sujihiki for fish and Shotoh for fruits. Find out more in the gallery.
Hattie Newman is a London-based image maker who usually works for famous brands such as Cadbury, Sony or Louis Vuitton. Inspired by childhood, her colorful set design mix different kind of materials and supports. She expresses her talent by way of both still lives or playful masks for children.
Collage-artist Charles Wilkin takes vintage pictures and old portraits to add layers of colored and folded paper. Inspired by Pablo Picasso’s artworks, this artist has a great sense of composition and decomposition. His collages are all about the decline of identity by the fascinating distortion of faces and characters that seem tortured.
French studio REVERBERE has imagined a toolbox entirely made of papier, in tribute to constructions games of their youth. Each mechanism is functional : the drill, the paint brushes, the meter and the pliers. A project that dives us into a childish universe where fun and design confront.
Dutch artist John Franzen is the author of abstract canvas with waving lines carved on wooden panels. “Each Line, One Breath” is also available on copper panels and paper sheets where each line is made in one breath, in once, like an allegory of repetition, continuity and immortality.
Londoner artist Zack Mclaughlin imagines realistic sculptures of birds from wood, paper and leaves of trees. He first models in 3D all his hummingbirds and then starts to sketch a beginning of structure with a rigid and flexible wire to come up with this finale result. His work is available on his shop Etsy.