So cute: sweet potatoe walrus
If Words Could Fly
This inspiring and beautiful 3D poster was created in support of the people of Fukushima, Japan. Called ‘Words can fly a thousand miles’, the sentiment seems quite apt again after the Oklahoma Tornado.
The team of designers based in Montreal were inspired by the Japanese custom of Senbazuru that promises luck or a wish to anyone folding a thousand origami cranes.
Once complete, the team sough donations and handwritten messages to console and encourage people after the devastation. You can see it in progress here.
Credits: Creative Director: Kyosuke Nishida, Art Director: Kyosuke Nishida, Brian Li Sui Fong, Designer: Dominic Liu, Photographer: Simon Duhamel. This project was realised with the help of Surface3 Design Office.
I love chocolate & I love design. The Compartés chocolate bars are the perfect combination!
Decoration is just make-up for the wrinkles of the idea.Thomas Manns
Very modern and minimalistic cat pole called ‘Catissa’.
Design by industrial design studio Mojorno.
Ross Lovegrove for Lasvit: Nodules
Using glass as an optical reservoir, the Nodules are handmade spherical lenses fused together in the making process to harness the natural physics of the material. A fiber optic light source delivers an intense white light from a remote point so that the relationship between the stem and Nodule is minimized and mysterious. The unique installations rise from the floor in clusters.
Tote bag painted with potato stamps. Nice DIY project?
Fill your favorite container with water and float the vase. According to the movement of the air, the plants change their position within the container.
Wild duo by fine artist Louise McNaught