A Louise Bourgeois tapestry that sticks in the mind.
An appropriately monastic cover for a book that examines reduction as an aesthetic in industrial design.
Hand written gift cards from Paperfinger, a calligraphy and illustration service.
A handsome book cover concept with custom typography by Polish designer and artist, Maciej Ratajski.
Nostalgists bemoaning the demise of the urban neon sign (see Kirsten Hively’s Project Neon) need only look in their local galleries for signs of a revival. Art world luminaries, like Tracy Emin, Glenn Ligon and Jonathan Monk , are only a few among the slew of visual artists keeping this once industrial application aglow. Here, the French artist, Pierre Bismuth, joins their ranks.
Herman Miller keeps finding ways to inject surprises into its Mid-Century inventory. This limited edition version of a famous Eames molded plastic chair is a collaboration with the Swiss luxury retailer, Bally, which is celebrating its 160th anniversary this year. Twin stripes that invoke Bally’s branding imagery is the graphic difference.