Our favourite sign from the women’s marches!
Comic Sans Donald? Now that is baaad.
Lately we’ve been looking at the work of Herbert Bayer and goddamn it’s just so fantastic!!
Herbert was a pioneer in graphic design and was both a student and a teacher at the Bauhuas school in Germany. He was a design powerhouse and by the time he was 28 had already created a body of work larger than most designers do throughout their entire career.
How nice are these works by New Hampshire textile artist Sarah K. Benning!
Breaking away from traditional embroidery techniques Sarah uses a mixture of self taught stitches to recreate cool interior scenes using her needle and thread.
This furniture is so cool.
Pegwood Working is the creation of Brooklyn designer and woodworker Kate Casey. Kate uses crochet, macrame and shaker technique to craft each individual item. Each piece is sustainably designed using local and non toxic lumber, natural oil sealants as well as all natural cotton cord.
We want to own everything in her shop!
This week NASA released these mesmerising and delightful posters inspired by the future of space travel. The clever guys at Invisible Creature in the US are behind these captivating designs.
Futuristic ideas meet futuristic design, a match made in heaven – or should we say Mars?
This recently opened textile exhibition at the Fremantle Art Centre showcases all the glory Indian textiles have to offer. Here is the rundown from FAC:
Indian textiles are world-famous for being exquisite, handmade and finely crafted. They represent a compelling aesthetic with deep roots and profound cultural meaning. Unfolding: New Indian Textiles is an elegant exhibition which highlights the supreme craftsmanship and beauty of work by contemporary Indian fashion designers and textile artists, drawing on these traditions.
Featuring saris, uncut cloth and street wear, Unfolding: New Indian Textiles examines the ways in which the traditional skills, motifs and production methods, developed over centuries, are evolving in light of international influences and modern technologies.
The exhibition is on now and runs until the 19th September.