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Typeface Designed For Doctors

6 Sep

Step 1: Print. Step 2: Color.

11 Jun

Deciphering Fabric Care Symbols

29 Jun

Scott Schumann is The Sartorialist

15 Jan

The Sartorialist is a website, err…blog, that recieves over 70,000 unique vistiors per day and has been listed in Time Magazine as a Top 100 Design Influencer. The blog mainly posts photos, taken by it’s proprietor Scott Schumann, of everyday people on the streets of fashion forward cities like New York City, Paris, Milan and Tokyo. Shumann, a fashion industry alum, states,  “I thought I could shoot people on the street the way designers looked at people, and get and give inspiration to lots of people in the process. My only strategy when I began The Sartorialist was to try and shoot style in a way that I knew most designers hunted for inspiration. Rarely do they look at the whole outfit as a yes or no but they try and look for the abstract concepts of color, proportion, pattern mixing or mixed genres.” The following is a video created by Intel and provides a little more depth into who The Sartorialist is and of the job he does. Enjoy.

See more at http://thesartorialist.blogspot.com/

Fresh Flowers

17 Nov

The design studio ITUNUBE, came out with a interesting approach to sprucing up your dining room table (or any room) this winter. It is a product they named Fresh Flowers and is delivered in the form of a newspaper. There are 32 pages, and each page has a different flower printed on it. the instructions are easy, and is as follows:

1. Choose a flower.
2. Place it as the cover.
3. Make a roll with all pages together.
4. Put it in a vase.
5. And of course, don’t water it!


Check out Fresh Flowers and more at http://www.itunube.com/index2.php?idioma=EN

Butter! Better!

2 Nov

Butter! Better! is a very convenient single-serve butter package designed by Yeongkeun Jeong, of Yanko Design. Whats great is that it comes in four flavors: butter, peanut butter, strawberry, and chocolate. Since single serves are usually consumed during travel or picnics, this package includes a wooden spoon lid. The solid spoon is used to spread the butter and does away the need to carry additional cutlery.

MOOOI Lighting’s Dear Ingo

28 Oct

The Dear Ingo Pendant Lamp  by MOOOI Lighting is a dutch wonder in design. With an almost spider-like appearance this lamp can be manipulated in countless ways to illuminate the darkest of corners. This hanging lamp also comes with globes for each individual lamp. Hat tilt goes out to you Ron Gilad for designing a piece of functional piece of art.

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