Archive for September, 2009





Garance Doré illustrations





Republic Bikes





El Ramón. Limited edition handcrafted toy by Argentinian designer Javier López Pereyra.



Tania Alvarez, Fabric type.


Cristiana Couceiro: Stella Artois Recyclage de Luxe, illustrations for advertising campaign, London.

Cristiana Couceiro: Condé Nast Portfolio, Illustration for commentary page.

Cristiana Couceiro: Commissioned work by ‘If you could G&B Diary 2009′, The illustration responds to the question ‘If you could do anything tomorrow, what would it be?’

Cristiana Couceiro: The New York Times, Cover for Book Review.


Illustrated by Justin M. Maller


Fire extinguishers designed by Arnell Group.


“Sky Planters” by Boskee.


OPENAIR / St.Gallen Posters by Ramon Lenherr and Florian Brunner


Typophile Film Festival 5 Opening Titles. No computer generated (CG) effects.


Doc, a sofa with removable covers and integrated/patented mechanism which transforms the sofa into a bunk bed.





Vintage Braun operating manuals… the first is very ‘Apple’ isn’t it? Via Scott Hansen’s blog.



Vintage Sears 8M calculator packaging




Mormor Collection porcelain by Gry Fager for Normann Copenhagen












Jason’s favorite T magazine covers





Slash: Paper under the knife. Museum of Arts and Design, New York.
October 7, 2009 – April 4, 2010
1. ‘Peaceable Kingdom (Evening Land)’ by Lane Twitchell, 2008.
Photo: Christopher Burge
2. ‘The Story of Art’ by Georgia Russell, 2006.
Photo: England & CO Gallery, London
3. ‘Andreas Kocks Paperwork #701g (In the Beginning)’ by Andreas Kocks, 2007.
Photo by Christoph Knoch



Paper towel dispenser ad campaign for the World Wildlife Federation (WWF). By Saatchi & Saatchi. Copenhagen, Denmark.




Table-dish-cover by Maezm. A flexible table cloth substitutes dishes making it possible to prepare food anywhere just by spreading it over a table.



Objectified film poster designed by Build






Latex Glove packaging for FOIL by Gabriel Morales




By Sabine Pieper
Photographer & Illustrator, Berlin, Germany





Work by Horst Glasker
1. Holsteiner stairs in Wuppertal. Acrylic paint on 112 steps
2 & 3. ‘Crime Scene Paderborn’ exhibition. Acrylic paint on paving stones approx. 900m²