Saturday, February 28, 2009


Via oneplusinfinity.

another time on

Uahah, I'm so happy today, I just discovered that ffffound! published me another time! Here is the link.


Very very cool tattoo.
source Violet Voice.

interesting display /74

The office of Honey&Bloom.

birds on a wire

Birds perched on a wire decorate this hefty "everything" cup. Great for toothbrushes, pencils or a sprig of flowers. Take a bird's eye view of the matching cake stand too! On Fishs Eddy.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

spell and eat it

For sweet messages only. Via Typolade.

tape measure

An interesting project by Jon Harrison, a tape measure.

interesting display /72

Small office display...

new kind of posts

Hey ohi, hey ohi...
I'd like to create a new serie of posts, but I need your help! The new serie is about you and your work space. So if you like the idea send me a picture of your desk by email.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

home sweet home /32

Home sweet home of Suzanne and Joshua in Brooklyn.


"Create form out of the nature of our tasks
with the methods of our time."
—Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Knoll is recognized internationally for creating workplace furnishings that inspire, evolve and endure. Since our founding in 1938, design integrity has been their guiding principle as they offer insight into the way business is changing and into what’s possible—now and for the future. Ckeck the Knoll timeline on their


Petar Pavlov's genius touch of experiment on product shaping and packaging, I thought this looked really impressive and interestingly eye-catching!
The idea behind this concept was to make a packaging where the name of the product will be written by the product itself instead of using any kind of printing techniques. Considering the future of technology and the endless possibilities to shape your product, it's definitely a subject that deserves attention.

interesting display /71

Design*Sponge always offers a lot of interesting solution for a cool house.

Tuesday, February 24, 2009


With the goal to bring the lawn indoors, Tokyo based product designer Chiaki Murata of Metaphys has designed a stylish product range of stackable white mod grass planters. The Factory product range brings the natural world indoors in style. The individual planters can be stacked, hung or laid on your coffee table.


Tastefull idea: a spoon made of gingerbread, great with coffee.

i <3 helvetica

If you are possessed by the idea of the font Helvetica, you have to mark it in your skin.

interesting display /70

This is an interesting display suitable for people that needs a set to shoot some pictures.
Shootspaces is based in London, they represent a variety of versatile locations suitable for most types of photo shoots.

lomo of the day /34

(lomo by asleeponasunbeam)

Monday, February 23, 2009

monday post

Do you like mustache? I collect a lot of images of whatever means mustache! Above the first display of what I found.
1- mustache dresser by
Rob Southcott.
2- stache ring from
3- t tash by Reece Ward.
4- mustache on a stick from
5- mustache fabric by Sew Bettie.

books need hug too

Hug by Thomas Keeley.

interesting display /69

If you need some inspiration to display your framed posters and postcards.

less is more

Because less is more. Via Form fifty five.

Sunday, February 22, 2009


On Gigposters.


Skrepkus is the latest output by the Russian design studio Art.Lebedev. It’s their take on an ordinary paperclip.

cartolina's notebooks

I really like these notebook: the colors are so vivid. Each of cartolina’s notebooks are made of recycled paper and printed with soy inks, you can pick up a single notebook for only $4 or a bundle of 3 for $12 right here.

interesting display /68

A cool enterway.

Saturday, February 21, 2009

pretty sure

A winner of the TDC 55 Certificate of Typographic Excellence, Pretty Sure is a one-color screen print by designer Nick Schmitz.

walls notebook

This is a cool idea: a notebook that represent 80 images of New York City streetscapes. Write, draw, paste, or doodle on these interesting and inspirational backdrops. You'll be one step closer to being the graffiti artist you've always wanted to be . . . minus the jail time.
source Thinkofthe.