Multiply Like Rabbits Jewelry

3D printing has been a useful tool for jewelry making due to its quick production time, variety of material choices, high detail and accessibility. A Brooklyn studio called Multiply Like Rabbits  uses 3D printing as a first step to produce jewelry with rabbits on them. They first start by 3D printing the pieces from high resolution […]

DIY Camera

“Do It Yourself” has been a trend lately and a lot of products has been produced in different fields for DIY enthusiasts. A collaboration between Hyle Design  and Paper Shoot gave birth to a new camera which is somewhat unusual. This camera comes in parts which can be put together by the user and it has […]

Balloon Clock

Balloons play an important role in a children’s life. It is there at parties, birthdays and many other activities that can be related with good memories. HEARTSTORMING a Seoul based designer and makers studio found in 2011 specializes in product design and their goal is to make our heart smile with their playful products. The Aria […]

Depicting Nature With Clay

Clay is a material we are all familiar with. Most of us played with it at some point or tried to make a sculptural thing out of it in school. To produce serious work from this material, a great amount of skill and patience is needed. Phoebe Cummings, who is an artist that got her MA […]

The Secret Life Of The Pencil

A pencil is a unique tool which enables us to unleash our creative thoughts and secure them. “The palest ink is more powerful than the strongest memory” as our ancestors said. Many creatives reach to a pencil when they come up with a new idea. No matter how advanced we get with digital screens that […]

Step into Kinfolk magazine

Every few months we look forward to being greeted by a gorgeous cover of Kinfolk magazine. The toothy paper, natural lit photos and bold composition are always a delight for our senses. The Design Issue The magazine founded by Nathan Williams and Doug Bischoff  in 2011 is based out of Portland.  It features photo essays, […]

María Elena González, Sculptor

We are greatly anticipating María Elena González’s upcoming show at Herschel + Adler Gallery in New York City. María’s work is rooted in the use of natural materials such as wood and pulp papers resonating with our connection to the natural world. Turn #1 Untitled Over the past few years, she has branched out to music […]

IntoConcrete pen

With a new year beginning, the desire to reorganize and update the office unsurprisingly follows. Without a doubt, we are very keen on stylish office supplies which led us to discover IntoConcrete. The design group based in Chicago, is known for its unusual treatment of concrete in all of their products, which include jewelry and lighting in addition to office […]

Ash + Ash sustainable design

Recently, we came across Ash + Ash, a home in Mount Tabor in Portland, designed by eco-friendly architecture firm Hennebery Eddy. Ash + Ash not only has lovely proportions, it’s also LEED certified.  The space includes rainwater recovery processing, transforming Oregon’s rainy days into safe drinking water. The wood covered interiors activate our creative thinking serving as a retreat from the […]

TALISE by fferone

As a Chicago design firm, we cannot resist sharing the refined work of Felicia Ferrone a fellow Chicagoan.  Ferrone seeks to elevate everyday design to new aesthetic heights and this water jug soars. The jug fits any standard sized water filter and can also be used for other beverages. The piece is made of Boroscilicate […]