Saturday, June 30, 2007

alan fletcher

I can't help it. I have to post about another of my absolute favourites. After being lucky enough to see the exhibition Alan Fletcher: fifty years of graphic work (and play) at the Design Museum in London, here, I have become a loyal believer in simple, and extremely effective, graphic design.

Friday, June 29, 2007

kanako sasaki

Brilliant. Provides a different view point on life that should be used more often. Kanako Sasaki.

Thursday, June 28, 2007


I cannot remember where I found this image, but I thought I would pass on the gnome love. By the way, as a new blogger I guess I should make some profound statement about my blog... Well, I can't think of anything...


I may not be legal to drink vodka yet, but that in no way means that I cannot appreciate this quirky website. Reyka Vodka.


Oh dear. I am posting about all my utmost favourite things, other than kittens with whiskers and brown paper packages. Maybe I had better save them up!
I present another one of my design heroes, Matt Butler and the Zaishu. These ones are from the India project. Made from plantation timber, flat pack and often using old paint, the Zaishu is a product that is eco-friendly and incredibly funky also! How handy. And... each panel is individual as it is part of a larger artwork. And... you can build your own. And... the projects support the disadvantaged! And... What more could you want?

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

nada go-go

Yay for guy's shirts (especially on girls)! And these ones are awesome. NADA GO-GO (check out the dancing men) at Finnish Design Shop.

shona wilson

An artist who has inspired my final school year artwork. Shona Wilson is post modern in a way that no other post modern artist has ever been before, which is no mean feat.

josh pyke

Recently discovered Josh Pyke and am loving him to bits! I don't really know how to describe his music other than a bit country and, erm, soul? No matter; its awesome. And the graphics of the CD, website, music videos is a bonus.


Ah, Droog. The streamline yet quirky design and concept and the amazingly attractive images! Have a browse of their website and you cannot help but admire the designers.

"Droog is an innovative enterprise based in Amsterdam. Set up in 1993 as a statement on design, it has developed the Droog mentality: creating innovative concepts that change perspective. Our products and projects connect with the individual, the user. They deal with slowness, memories, nostalgia, re-use, craftsmanship, nature. They generate experience, interaction, participation, products that are easily to comprehend, have meaning, tell stories; products that are meant to be cherished and not discarded without thought."