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Custom Mathematical Knits | KnitYak

What if we told you that these pretty scarves are a lot nerdier than they appear? Fabienne Serriere is a mathematician with a passion for knitting, and she’s combined the two things to create KnitYak, and these awesome and totally unique scarves. Unique is a word we hear thrown around a lot,…

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Turning Thirty Posters | Sabato Urciuoli

Sabato Urciuoli is a graphic designer who has just turned 30. He decided to celebrate this milestone and the role that graphic design has played in his past thirty years by creating a series of handmade, typographic posters. His series plays with typography, pattern, balancing, ink density and grid systems,…

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The Food Cube Poster | Lernert & Sander

This limited edition poster was created by Dutch studio Lernert & Sander and commissioned by newspaper De Volkskrant who were running a documentary photography special with a food theme. Taking normal, unprocessed foods, and cutting them into 98 perfect 2.5cm cubes, the studio created this very pleasing, geometrically perfect selection of…

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FOLK FASHION | The Polish Tradition

In the year of the Milan Expo, Poland aims to promote itself, and what could be a better theme than its unique traditions? It’s time to dive into Polish culture!   È proprio nell’anno dell’Expo che la Polonia punta sulla promozione, e quale tematica migliore se non l’unicità della sua tradizione?…

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Bulka Cafe & Bakery | Crosby Studios

Russian architects Crosby Studios designed this cafe and bakery in Gorky Park, Moscow and really brings the green of its surroundings inside. The architects‘ brief was to create a space suitable for a bakery, but without seeming twee and cutesy like many other bakeries around these days. The Bulka Cafe…

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Mandala Stones | Elspeth McLean

Canada-based Australian artist Elspeth McLean‘s unique painting style is described as “Dotillism” – all of her colourful artworks are created with acrylic paint, a paintbrush, and hundreds of tiny, brightly-coloured dots. She creates many works inspired by nature, including fantastically bright paintings, but our favourites are these Mandala Stones, pebbles found by…

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Wooden Cloth table | Nathalie Dackelid

Nathalie Dackelid , a student at Stockholm’s HDK Steneby, has created this interesting table, made of locally grown ash wood and named Wooden Cloth. The table is designed to adapt to different situations thanks to its design which allows the size of the tabletop to be adapted easily and without compromising the aesthetics of the…

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48 Urban Garden Restaurant | ak-a

The designers of The 48 Urban Garden Restaurant in Athens, Greece have really focused on bringing the outside in, and the result is a fresh and airy eating space which seamlessly moves into a 190sm garden. AK-A Architects have focused on creating a casual and light atmosphere for the restaurant, which…

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Embroidered Flower Lobby | Tripasai Architect

Tripasai Architect got inspired by “Sashiko” Japanese artistic technique for its project “Embroidered Flower Lobby”: a great embroidered wall made ​​with multicolored cotton threads on a wall riddled with small holes. The pictures illustrating the studio expertise are to be discovered in the gallery.     via | Don’t forget…

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Lacelamps | Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques

After our previous post about their fabulous Animal Lace Collection French designers Linlin and Pierre-Yves Jacques have imagined the new collection Lacelamps: lights imitating the patterns of the lace which have been made with a 3D printer. When they’re on, the table lamp Land and suspended lamp Sky reflect the shadows of…