13.06.13 by Jeff

“Through The Lens”

through the lens with rob machado
Iconic surfer Rob Machado is traveling around documenting creative people who happen to surf. This episode features Jay Nelson, a San Francisco-based artist who customizes vehicles in a pretty unique way. Watch below!

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11.03.13 by Jeff

Sagmeister & Walsh Interview

Stefan Sagmeister & Jessica Walsh Interview
Mario De Armas interviews designers Stefan Sagmeister and Jessica Walsh as part of The Creative Influence video series. Watch below!

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31.01.13 by Jeff

Create GB

Create GB Volume 1 by we heart
My friend James over at We Heart teamed up with SB Studio to produce a fantastic book highlighting British creatives. Take a peek below!

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28.12.12 by Jeff

30 Homemade Knives by Chen Chen and Kai Williams

30 Homemade Knives by Chen Chen and Kai Williams
“Shanks”, by artist/designers Chen Chen and Kai Williams.

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21.11.12 by Jeff

“Profile Chair” by Knauf and Brown

Profile Chair by designers Calen Knauf and Conrad Brown

“Profile Chair” by Calen Knauf and Conrad Brown. Brilliant design work from a couple guys operating just down the street from me. Watch the video below, so good!

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14.08.12 by Jeff

The Invisible Bike Helmet by Anna Haupt and Terese Alstin

The Invisible Bike Helmet by Anna Haupt, Terese Alstin
Believe it or not Anna Haupt is wearing an invisible helmet in the above image. I know what you’re thinking and the answer is no, it’s not hidden in that touque she’s wearing. What started as an exam project turned into 10 million dollars of venture capital and 7 years of research for Anna and Terese Alstin. They were told it couldn’t be done. The end of this video gave me chills.

Watch below!

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23.04.12 by Jeff

Hvass&Hannibal

hvass and hannibal illustrator illustration design graphic patterns
Beautiful patterns by Copenhagen-based design studio, Hvass&Hannibal.

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14.12.11 by Jeff

Reddish

Israel based designers Reddish Studio
One of the best meals I had in Israel was a lunch with Naama Steinbock and Idan Friedman (Reddish Studio). After the meal they gave me this beautiful handmade sculpture. It’s actually a creature from Jewish folklore called a Golem, and it’s made entirely of mud.

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