More and more, virtual reality is blurring the boundaries between our online and offline worlds, creating new levels of interaction with the world around us.Read More
Designers Petter Johansson Kukacka and Christain Isberg, collectively known as Pjadad/Isberg, designed a 'Collaborative Cooking Machine’ that digitally prepares dishes.Read More
Many of us would probably love to work with our hands more or learn an old-school craft, yet, taking the necessary steps to making it happen are not always that simple.Read More
Through a rise of local communities whom prefer to be self-sustainable as much as possible, a new niche of products show us a thoughtful trend that's in favor of decentralizing major food supplies, and promote hyper-localism instead.Read More
The LA based Peddler’s Creamery is a new ice cream shop that harnesses bicycle power to produce its frozen treats.Read More
Looking into fossil fuel alternatives is an ongoing process, in which many powerful energy companies are not to ready/willing to invest. Luckily, besides economical profitability, there are also small scale companies whom strife for a greener future and work hard on finding ways to produce clean, renewable energy.Read More
Our dear friend Fiammetta Ghedini is launching a wonderful and fun new experiment on creativity called “The Comic Strip Game”.Read More
Always liked the art of tattoos, but not on thyself? Shoe brand Oliver Sweeney (known for its classic men’s shoes) partnered up with tattoo artist Henry Hate to offer the opportunity to get your shoes tattooed instead of your skin.Read More
http://youtu.be/oDAw7vW7H0c Every once in a while a new concept appears that is so good that everyone hopes it will become a reality. Phonebloks is a good example.
Dutch designer Dave Hakkens is currently building the “Phoneblok,” a smartphone that holds its electrical components in individual blocks. Through this technique, you could not only customize your phone by picking up blocks specifically serving your purpose, but also replace a block/individual component when it’s damaged, keeping the rest of the phone intact.
Polish designer Wiktoria Lenart developed this really cool and versatile work desk.
In its most primitive state “WorkNest” is simply a lovely wooden desk. Look closer and you begin to notice an ideal system for “creative” types, with space-dividing/expanding accoutrements that can be customized by its user to their own specifications.
Just before the Holidays we are planning to give a presentation on Tuesday July 9th in Amsterdam. We will be showing the fabric slideshow for fall 14/15, shown during last Tissu Premier. Additionally we will talk about the evolution in colors for women-, men- & childrenswear. Based on our latest books for fall and the new Spring '15 books we will discuss which new colors could be interesting to test for fall.Read More