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  • Food recipes in the architect's eye

  • The illustrated food recipes by graphic designer Jing Zhang seem to be the ones that many architects and designers have in mind. Next time you get a family recipe, get inspired and make sure it looks as gorgeous as these ones. Zhang starts with five pillars: pizza, burger, dumplings, ramen and croissants and she ta[...]
  • Tiny tables, big Venice

  • Have a piece of Venice at home with the new creations of illustrator and archiect Anna Sutor, who started Close Up, a collection of coffee tables and side tables where she encourages the exploration of some of the most beautiful Italian cities; the series was committed by young furniture company Extroverso. The Ria[...]
  • Do-it-yourself ink toolkit

  • To return to sustainable printing, Kaj Niegmann designed a do-it-yourself ink toolkit: a self powered letterpress that prints business cards, merchandise tags, and other small designs. The press encourages small scale production and sustainability in printing. It was presented within the exhibition “Now/Then” by th[...]
  • David Bowie in our letters

  • The British Royal Mail adds a new pillar to its Music Giants Special Stamp series, with a tribute to David Bowie. The special issue features also several limited edition David Bowie souvenirs, some of which come in only 950 pieces, alongside the Special Stamps, First Day Covers and Presentation Pack. The decision w[...]
  • Architecture playing cards

  • Tomasz Sachanowicz from S.LAB architecture designed a set of architectural playing cards, featuring and promoting the architecture of Szczecin, Poland. “We conceived deck of playing cards with a series of the most interesting and distinctive buildings from Szczecin’s rich architectural history”, he explains. The bu[...]
  • Calendar 2017 by Cani Sciolti

  • Cani Sciolti released its Calendar 2017 collecting thirteen Risograph-printed posters made by thirteen authors from different disciplines, that reinterpret by their own means the very concept of calendars. The piece is released in 100 copies. “Auguri per sempre (greetings forever) is the wish that Ettore Sottsass and[...]
  • Spray floors

  • Javier de Riba is a creative Catalan designer that launched a low-cost urban project to improve poor and abandoned places. His spray floors, from the #floorsproject, are painted on pre-exhisting tiles and floorings that need an upgrade. He started in 2015 and now his collection has increased to all sorts of places,[...]
  • Election day!

  • For the election day, AIGA‘s Get Out the Vote campaign uses design to motivate the American public to register and turn out to vote. Launched on President’s Day, in partnership with the League of Women Voters, AIGA civic engagement initiative presents an online gallery of nonpartisan posters from more than 700 desi[...]
  • Stefaan De Croock and his wooden graffitis

  • Stefaan De Croock is a graphic designer and artist based in Bruges, Belgium, who brings wood-reuse and recycle to an urban level. He first draws some basic lines. Every wooden composition stars with a fast spontaneous drawing, even impulsive action, leaning towards automatic drawing. Within those lines, he creates [...]
  • Shockerz: a face for every socket

  • Launched in a crowdfunding campaign, Shockerz are sets of unique laser-cut face icons that stick to your wall sockets, brightening up all of those sad power outlets. Made out of ABS plastic, they have a strong stick, but can be easily removed leaving no marks on the sockets themselves. The collection comes in three[...]
  • "Matera": una scultura effimera

  • È effimera la scultura che Leonardo Sonnoli ha realizzato insieme a Irene Bacchi per Matera e per il MUSMA, è, cioè, una scultura destinata a scomparire nel corso del tempo, coinvolgendo i visitatori nella realizzazione del suo significato. “Matera”, questo è il titolo del manufatto, rimarrà in esposizione, nella Sale[...]
  • Venetian floors

  • Tourists in Venice stroll around with their noses stuck up in the air, enraptured by the lavish buildings. But they are losing half of the show, says German photographer Sebastian Erras who has walked around Venice to capture its most beautiful floors. See it on pixartprinting