October 6th, 2013
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I have written about danish HAY before, here are some lovely news for 2013.
I’m a big fan of pillows, and here are some nice ones I would like to have in my home. I bought the first one when we visited New York, a badger cushion by Donna Wilson.
Fantastic furniture and design by Caroline Gomez. Very clever idea for the cutting board! Take a look at her work here.
It’s been a bit silent here for a couple of weeks, I’ve been studying at Berghs School of Communication for 10 weeks, that’s why. I’m having this crush for neon right now, so here is some neon inspiration!
Very nice Screen-printed wooden clocks by David Weatherhead & GOODD.
I’ve started to use Pinterest, if you want to follow my pins you can do it here.
I came across these amazing illustrations by the swedish graphic designer and illustrator Jenny von Döbeln. Jenny is the designer behind Mini Empire which she founded in 2010. Mini Empire is all about odd stories, fascinating animals and deep woods. Take a look into the world of Mini Empire here.
I love the rocking chair! You can find both of them at Plan Ett in Stockholm.
Source: Plan Ett
Where did I park my car? I’ve never seen something like this. This is an immersive mural created for the underground car park of a private residence in Sydney, Australia. Work made by design and illustration duo Craig Redman and Karl Maier, (Craig & Karl).
Yesterday I visited the Formex fair, at Formex you can find unique Scandinavian products. I ran into Littlephant by Camilla Lundsten.
They got some new products this year, bags, blankets, mugs, pillows etc. Lovely patterns! You can find more products and information about Littlephant here.
Baker D. Chirico celebrated the launch of their new identity with the opening of their second store. The project was a unique collaboration between FOD, architects March Studio, artist and fashion designers PAM and Daniel Chirico– Australia’s most recognised artisan bread maker.
Source: Fabio Ongarato Design