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Campaigns from Studio Boggeri, which opened in Milan in 1933

Various works by Federico Kenis

Tagged → Federico Kenisphotographydesign

Andrea Mary Marshall
Fan, no. 1, 2, 4, 2013
Enamel, Lipstick and Pencil on Paper Fan

via Garis and Hahn (NYC)

Pablo ReinosoBanco Orillero, 2010Fresno wood
via Art Plural Gallery

Pablo Reinoso
Banco Orillero, 2010
Fresno wood

via Art Plural Gallery

Katie StoutDesert Curtains, 2012Digital Print on Silk, 3D Printed Ceramics

Katie Stout
Desert Curtains, 2012
Digital Print on Silk, 3D Printed Ceramics

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BFA work by Jennifer Mehigan

Tagged → Jennifer Mehigandesign
Hiroshi Sugimoto and Yohji YamamotoStylized Sculpture 067, 2007
via Gagosian Gallery

Hiroshi Sugimoto and Yohji Yamamoto
Stylized Sculpture 067, 2007

via Gagosian Gallery

Sebastian Wrong"Logger Head" table light, 2013Acid etched hand blown opal glass, polyurethane, Sweet Chestnut wood

Sebastian Wrong
"Logger Head" table light, 2013
Acid etched hand blown opal glass, polyurethane, Sweet Chestnut wood

Tagged → Sebastian Wrongdesign

Gustavo Piqueira
Brazilian Clichés

Tagged → Gustavo Piqueiradesign

Works by Bina Baitel

Part of Design Miami

Tagged → designBina Baitel

Tim Adam is making top notch stuff

http://timadambags.com/

(Source: timadam)

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Clémence de La Tour du Pin & John Henry Newton

The project explores the transmutation of correspondence and connection throughout our age of acute networking. The unavoidable use of technologies in contemporary culture implicate the transferability and transformability of an unstable grammar network.

via Anthony Antonellis

Clémence de La Tour du Pin & John Henry Newton

The project explores the transmutation of correspondence and connection throughout our age of acute networking. The unavoidable use of technologies in contemporary culture implicate the transferability and transformability of an unstable grammar network.

via Anthony Antonellis

Science and Human Values, J. Bronowski©1965 / Design: William Naegels
via Julian Montague

Science and Human Values, J. Bronowski
©1965 / Design: William Naegels

via Julian Montague

Tagged → designWilliam Naegelsbook

A native of Serbia, Ana Kraš is a New York-based designer best known for her handmade modernist objects, including the Bonbon lamps, which are colorful, modernist, pendant lamps that she says engross her in a form of meditation as she makes them one by one.

“I want to be comfortable, and I want the objects around me to be user-friendly, and help me to do my life in the easiest way,” she explains.

Her designs, she explains, are usually “shy and quiet” and are riffs off more classical forms that she transformed with playful and attractive twists. Kraš’s love of handmade objects originated from her studies in Belgrade, where without the benefit of computers she was forced to realize her ideas by hand. If you were to describe Kraš’s work, you might call it elegantly simple but visually luxurious.

In her film for The Avant/Garde Diaries, Kraš takes us into the private world of her creativity, her studio, her romance, and New York City itself, the metropolis she now calls home.

(Source: hyperallergic.com, via hyperallergic)

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Metahaven Wikileaks, 2011Scarf
Photo by Meinke Klein

Metahaven
Wikileaks, 2011
Scarf

Photo by Meinke Klein

Tagged → MetahavenMeinke Kleindesignfashion