piątek, 31 grudnia 2010

modernantique chair by cho hyung

with 'modernatique,' korean industrial designer unites traditional and contemporary furniture design.
the collection, whose name is a portmanteau of 'modern' and 'antique,' adapts the bold colors and clean lines of modern design to the curves and profiles characteristic of antique pieces.
a student of the modern discipline of 'art-furniture,' cho finds himself nonetheless influenced by the traditional and utilitarian views of his family.
it is the productive tension between the old and the new that he explores in his work.
all of the pieces are made of wood, in combinations of dark walnut and white and colored ash.


Limited edition screen–printed A1 posters. Each designer was asked to represent a musical genre using one element and one typeface (stating the genre)


fortune posters by the best part

serif bag by little factory

niedziela, 26 grudnia 2010

love chair by paul mcclelland

This love seat is made from hot rolled steel round bar. It’s been hand forged and welded. The fittings are machined steel and stainless steel with rubber bushings. It’s one of those items that really should be used in order to understand how it feels. The cold molded plywood seat and back change position as you move around the chair because of the rubber bushings. Two people fit on it easily and comfortably.