Our House In the Woods by Teagan White
I absolutely love Teagan White’s creations–hers is of forest-life revelry covered in vibrant woody colors and pastel rainbow. She paints a storybook scene with an endearing emotion for each character, making her illustrations adorable and charming.
Our House In the Woods by Teagan White
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A Paper Boat to Paris By Sara Olmos
I have a great liking for paper boat adventures, although I have bigger doubts if I could fit into one. My eyes caught Sara’s newspaper-y creation about a young girl, whose petite frame rides along a French-ified map. Paper boats and Paris. Oh joy!
Paris Art Print by Sara Olmos
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Peleg Design has been aimed to revolve around three basic principles: mainly functionality, aesthetics and humor. It is creativity enhanced by continuous curiosity with an obvious purpose to transform what is boringly common into a refreshing, new way of approaching design. The studio aims to provide users exciting experience through the smallest details in their lives, endowing them with quirky new objects that will provide cheeky appeal as well as function for their day to day needs. Take for example this one of a kind bookmark which they invented to open one’s book on the right page!
A zipper for a book? Why not? Books can now be disguised as an interesting pouch of bag, and users can insert this vividly colored item to make them remember the last page of their read. And then, when they can finally rest to continue on their research, they can open their books up through this bookmark, creating a stunning impression that this item was entirely zipped the whole time.
Peleg Design was founded in 2004 by Shahar Peleg, whose objective is to create various products for home, offices and living spaces. Their items are made to produce and all inclusive experience through many optical illusions that breaks the traditional. With their objects, he invites users to take a closer glance, revealing new perspectives in an object. See more of their works at http://www.peleg-design.com/products.php.
Do-it-yourself enthusiasts will fall in love with this project, conceptualized by designer Eduardo Alessi. Originally created for the Hong Kong based company AREA +, this set of paper projects are now available in Yanko Design where design lovers can actually cut, fold, bend, twist and install their respective creation and furnish their desktops with it. the Di Wild collection stays true to its name, offering a safari of different animal creatures with their particular use, making paper and crafting more fun and enjoyable with a personal touch and ingenuity.
The Cardboard based desktop objects are assembled with just folding the paper, no glue or other particular instruments required. Now, you can design your bland desk into an exciting jungle, with these funny yet wild creatures ready to show off their stunts. The large-eared elephant turns into foldable speakers, the long necked giraffe into a useful desktop light, the antlered deer into a digital clock, the big and bulky rhino into a handy pen holder, and the owls as a magnifier slash bookmark.
Each of these animals is created from recycled cardboard sheets, certifying an eco-friendly material for your much needed creative space. This nifty, novel twist on familiar items becomes a great solution for the DIY lover who aims to create an inventive area for that brainstorming moment. Check these items out in Alessi’s website, http://eduardoalessi.com/6114/660764/contact-infoeduardoalessicom/eco-diy-collection.
Flat pack objects ceased to become normal, mobile companions, but has are now created with a great flair and fashion. Just like these furniture from Netherlands based designer, Robert van Embricqs, the Rising Series. Born out from a single board, these objects are handy furniture to which each piece extends on its lattice. The strategically placed incisions form ways for it to be perched on legs, creating a dimensional form that endows a fascinating character to its originally function-driven creation. The series works great together or can be used as a single accent in your interior.
The creator says that the foundation of furniture is always a flat surface when being used. This is the concept of his starting point, to which he made various cuts on the flat side and pulled the different beams of the divided surface. The rhythm of these wooden strands provides the furniture an organic shape, where the cuts are visible when the chair is still down. Enhancing the beauty of the arches of the wooden beams, its folding capability provides support and design throughout the whole object.
Robert van Embricqsâ Rising Collection comes with the Rising Chair and the Rising Table. He uses natural design concepts as inspiration for this furniture set. The transformations which take place, along with the uniqueness of his design makes this flat pack collection a great addition to any interior. View more of his works at http://www.robertvanembricqs.com/projects.html.