Do you like it spooky? Or maybe already looking for your next Halloween decoration? The Forms in Nature chandelier created by HildenDiaz might give you a nice mysterious atmosphere.
New Zealand designer Ryan Romanes created this sporty packaging for the fictional high end brand One Percent.
Anne Domaas and Kathrine Høgh created these nice salt and pepper shakers, which are held together just by using two rubber bands.
With the Nomad the dutch design studio Spell is bringing the side table into the age of tablets.
A self initiated packaging project of Sauvie’s Hard Cherry by Orion Janeczek inspired the Sauvie Island agricultural community.
Nice and clean Don Manuel 93 Tequila branding by Cargo Collective.
The light “Sock” is a net filled with illuminated Swarovski crystals hanging from the ceiling. Created by Diller Scofidio + Renfro.
Nice and simple packaging of the Drip shaving series for the boutique hotel “The Cullen” in Australia by Kristian Mjøset
To differ the hight of the chair More he created, Peter Thörne broke of the legs and glued them together in different lengths using clear acrylic resin.
Antonio Lupi extended its range of amazingly integrated and illuminated bathroom sinks with this elegant one called Silenzio.
Nothing Fancy is the amazing, very simple wallet concept series created by Chieh Ting Huang, just using a piece of leather and a rubber band.
The Spiral Coat Hanger lamp creates a very interesting light, through using an every day product. Designed by Nathalie Sampson.
As simple as elegant. The Mast Humidifier by japanese designer Shin Okada is made out of Hinoki wood (Japanese Cypress). The water is absorbed from the bottom and diffused in to the air through the thin slices of wood, giving of the refreshing scent of the Hinoki.
The designers of +tongtong have created an interesting series of clothing racks and boards, that seem to outline different shapes and makes nice shadows. They were designed for retail stores of Les Ailes Noires in Toronto.