26.10.09 by Jeff

Spacetime

The folks at Poketo teamed up with Kitsune Noir for a collection called Spacetime and they were nice enough to send over some goodies!

poketo spacetime kitsune noir wallets

These four wallets were designed by Mike Perry, Cody Hudson, Damien Correll, and Andy J. Miller.

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21.09.09 by Jeff

Organelle Design

Alex and Courtney (Organelle Design) are passionate about creatively repurposing off-the-shelf products and found objects. They presented their work at Pecha Kucha a few days ago and it was the highlight of the evening. The entire place erupted with cheers when images of their chandeliers made out of clothes hangers appeared on screen.

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16.09.09 by Jeff

Letter Playground

Nate Williams just launched Letter PLAYGROUND, a wonderful community for people who like letters (and making them). I joined!

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14.09.09 by Jeff

Changzhi Lee

Changzhi Lee has created an effective little brochure to raise awareness about global warming. It is folded up like an iceberg and, as you unfold the pages, you melt the ice and destroy the polar bears’ habitat.

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26.08.09 by Jeff

Learn Something Everyday

Manchester-based Young Design just launched a funny little doodle project, Learn Something Everyday.

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21.08.09 by Jeff

Sam Coldy

I posted about photographer Sam Coldy awhile ago, after seeing his work in our Booooooom Flickr Pool. What I didn’t realise was that he’s also a great illustrator/designer as well!

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07.08.09 by Jeff

Erin Rommel

Beirut’s The Flying Club Cup album has been my soundtrack for the past couple weeks, I don’t really know why. And then out of the blue, Erin Rommel passes me some work and I find this little canvas book buried amongst some of her older (student) work.

erin rommel beirut the flying cub cup design book canvas
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21.07.09 by Jeff

Frankenstein / Ballets Russes

Not too long ago, I saw an image of this book on jjjjound and wanted to know what it was. By some magic, it appeared on my doorstep this week. Ballets Russes is a beautiful documentation of the Russian ballets that took place in Paris that moved ballet into the high fashion world. I love the drawing section! It’s a hardcover with nearly 350 pages so I’m sure the shipping wasn’t cheap – Huge thank you to Anton for your mystical mind-reading abilities and everyone else at, Frankenstein. You can purchase the book here.

frankenstein Dansmuseet & Langenskiöld ballets russes russian book
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