/ Art&Design

7th edition of Perdiz Magazine

Perdiz Magazine is about things that make people happy. Without taboos, without moral judgments or magic recipes, its team tell real stories about normal people like you and me in an optimistic, fresh tone and, above all, openly and humbly. Combine this with a simple and exquisite design made of shapes and colors created by Barcelona […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

Agapornis: where contemporary culture and pets meet

Agapornis are not strangers in the way. With a third issue already out, this magazine broaches the world of pets from a contemporary and transversal perspective. It has made itself some room among independent magazines and fanzines. This magazine broaches the world of pets from a contemporary and transversal perspective Issue #3 is special for […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

Parament: minimalist household goods

The sheer immensity of household goods causes saturation and, in the end, that table remains bare or not quite like we’d wanted. But pay attention to this brand: Parament designs products using ceramics, textiles, wood and marble that are both convenient and aesthetically appealing, with enough doses of minimalism. Rauert’s aim is to offer essential and […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

Desigmed, the collective of good design

A new group of designers has just arrived in the city. Halfway between art and industry, the Desigmed collective is formed by industrial designers who participate in the entire product creation process, from sketching to producing to launching the product.

Read more

/ Art&Design

Carla Cascales, the contemporary designer

You may have heard about Carla Cascales before. A self-defined “contemporary designer”, she has been delighting us with her neat, minimalistic aesthetics for quite a while, expressed in different formats and with different purposes (professional and artistic). Her series Etimo has caught our attention as we see it as a singular culmination of a cycle […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

David Redon turned Tarantino’s Films into vintage books

Parisian art director and designer David Redon, aka Ads Libitum transformed Quentin Tarantino’s films into vintage books through the Pulp Books series featuring vintage-looking covers. This isn’t the first time he does this. In 2014 he made pop icons, including Kanye West, into American 1950s advertising characters. Ads Libitum is the brand behind David Redon’s works. Visit […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

Bluesmart: the ultimate suitcase

When visiting Bluesmart, the first thing to come into the eye is the slogan: “Made by travelers for travelers”. There’s nothing better than a tireless traveler, whether it’s for work or leisure purposes— to advice you on what the perfect suitcase should be like. It includes a microcomputer, GPS and various sensors that communicate via Bluetooth […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

Tentsile will make you sleep like an Ewok

We’ve just discovered Tentsile, the ultimate gadget for your camping days. Tentsile is a tent with a wonderful ergonomic design, light and easy to carry –it fits in any backpack. But the best thing about it is that you can hang it on a tree! What about sleeping suspended in mid-air? What about feeling you’re […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

Christo and the miracle of land art

In the latest installation of land art icon Christo Javacheff, The Floating Piers humans become demigods able to walk on water. The Floating Piers links the Monte Isola and San Paolo islands located on Italy’s Iseo lakes with the mainland The Floating Piers links the Monte Isola and San Paolo islands located on Italy’s Iseo lakes with the mainland. […]

Read more

/ Art&Design

Myths from the 90’s condensed by Vanila Studio y Costalamel

The 90s… Oh, the 90s! They are definitely back. And we want them back because we grew up during those years and we miss them or because everything was cooler back then? It’s probably a combination. A series of 28 logos mixing these two references: 90s TV series and NBA. Many of us would have […]

Read more

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 85