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There is no such thing as waste, and this coffee table is the proof of it. It is the winning design in the tv show ‘Old and New’, (Oud en Nieuw, NPO3) a new televised competition, this time for the creative. … Continue reading
New April magazine edits by The Fabric Of Home on Instagram. Fashion mag EVA from Bulgaria, and women’s weekly Brigitte from Germany, UK Cosmopolitan and LOOK!
This video is amazing. Typography in motion by graphic designer and photographer duo Cauboyz created for the group Husbands. The marvel lies in the way they did it: By Hand. Honestly, this is NOT digitally mastered, but built in a … Continue reading
It’s often I find a gorgeous piece of furniture, clothing or design that I don’t really need, but I would love to have it anyway! A true wannahave according to my personal standards (which means regardless the price ;-)) I … Continue reading
I stumbled upon Moyo, a free online magazine on The Art and Business of Surface Pattern Design, and … wow! Moyo is the Japanese word for pattern, so that gave me a good vibe straight away: the Japanese are … Continue reading
Nadia Dafri is not easy to find, but difficult to forget. When I first saw her work on show in Paris, during the fair Maison+Objet 2012 I was smitten, what-is-it-I-love-it at first sight! But because of the note next to … Continue reading
Lemonade Magazine » WRDBNR. Peter Kowalski is the person behind WRDBNR and a totally self taught creative dynamite. His work above reminds me of the words of Ernst Jan Pfauth last night at his workshop for starting bloggers: Don’t delay, … Continue reading