It may not be the products themselves that distinguish the online stationery store, Poppin, so much as their Pop art-inspired photography. Here, looking remarkably like a Claes Oldenburg sculpture, a lowly pushpin.
“Products should create joy and surprise the user…” Mission accomplished: a circular knife, sheathed in rubber, created for the Danish brand, Norman Copenhagen.
I see the year-end design awards rolling in now, for this latest wow of a cover from Bloomberg Businessweek.
Can pesticides ever be ‘green?’ With branding this inspired and pristine (such a brilliant blue over ho-hum green), created by the Mexican agency Anagrama for a producer of sustainable agricultural pesticides, I just may become a believer.
Not just my daily mantra; a recent magazine illustration for an article bemoaning the shrinking vocabulary of bloggers.
A fairly distinctive identity for the new Danish newspaper, Information, designed by Copenhagen’s Mega Design.
Here’s a graphic way to keep track of what (and how much) you should (and shouldn’t) be eating: the Wheel of Nutrition ceramic plate by Icelandic designers Rui Pereira and Halfsteinn Juliusson.
The Singaporean photographer Fong Qi Wei, explores the form, shape and texture of flowers by disassembling–and then reassembling–them.