21+1 Back to School DIYs

Was it not yesterday when the summer had just begun, the first swimming trip that turned into a whole night of adventures? Yes, it was a great summer but there is no time to be nostalgic as it’s time to get excited for the new season. For so many people the autumn season comes with new beginnings, and for many more it means - Back to School! backtoschool.21 Continue reading

Dream A Little Dream Of Me

Have you ever thought of recording your dreams? If yes, Pulp’s line of dream journals is perfect for you. And the best thing is: the beautifully illustrated journals by the company from Tel Aviv come with a light pen, which makes it possible to write down your dreams immediately after waking up no matter if its day or still night. dream-journal-main

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TypoThursday ● Dizajn Design Type Foundry

Dizajn Design is an independent type foundry and graphic design studio located in Bratislava, Slovakia. It is focused on creating high quality typefaces with a contemporary attitude to provide useful yet enjoyable options for graphic designers all over the world. They have some great designs which many designers and professionals have used in numerous creative projects. 10552387_10152664180109697_1707288525098169532_n
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Restaurant Bliżej Branding by Studio Less

Poland seems to be full of cool restaurants and cafes, with visual identities to match. The latest addition to the list is Bliżej, a restaurant & bar in Gnynia. The cool and effortless style of the branding was done by the creative studio Less, run by three young talented women. blizej-main Continue reading

Intricate Paper Cut Works by Maude White

These paper cut works by artist Maude White make my wrists hurt just by looking at them. The new queen of paper cut art has been gaining great recognition among paper art enthusiast in the social media, especially on Instagram. And to no ones surprise, as the time and effort that must have gone into making any of these designs is mind boggling and very impressive. maudewhite12
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Selected Line Drawings by Mario Kolaric

Mario Kolaric, who also works under the name Sretan Bor, is a visual artist from Croatia, currently living and working in Belgrade. He has numerous ongoing professional and personal projects, doing everything from book designs to murals. But it’s his mighty impressive collection of line drawings that he shows on his online diary Between Black and White, that touched me the most. Fragment-main
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Quilt-like Paper Fashion by Miguel Mesa Posada

Hailing from Colombia, designer Miguel Mesa Posada makes a strong visual statement with his quilt-like paper garments. Entitled Potosí (Spanish for “unmeasurable wealth”) his collection takes its name from the richest silver mine ever known on earth, located in Bolivia. The paper-yarn structure creates a stunning colored texture, reminiscing of the streaks of minerals found underground. potosi Continue reading

Meet Katherina Seiler aka Nebulabor

Katherina Seiler, the woman behind Nebulabor is so much in demand as a designer, getting hold of her for this interview was not an easy task. But since we wrote about the branding of Cafe Mitte in Graz I wanted to know more about the local creative whose name has been popping up everywhere lately. She took a few minutes off her busy schedule and talked about her design motto, inspirations and how her company logo is actually a rocket made from paper. How fitting, as I believe, Nabulabor is just about to take off to the stars!

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One size fits all – Matjaz Cuk Visual Identity

Matjaz Cuk is a London based multidisciplinary Slovenian designer, focusing on user-oriented visual communication that is clear, useful, effective and overall exceptional. Passion for sustainable design, green thinking and paper reservation drove him into creating a surprisingly thoughtful and eye-opening visual identity for himself. MatjazCuk-main

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TypoThursday • Arkitypo

Extensive research led the London based design studio Johnson Banks create the special alphabet named Arkitypo.  Commissioned by Ravensbourne to test and showcase their in-house 3D prototyping technology, they designed this mind boggling, and actually very educational, typographic project. arkitype-main Continue reading

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