'The One Handed Condom Wrapper' by Ben Pawle

make it easy...


Meal by mexican studio golpeavisa



A very speedy delivery from O&M Jakarta

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‘Rolling Home’

Little cute thing. I would link this to the label HABIT, because this designer is really thinking about the human's moving habit. Read more in dornob.com


Jewellery by In-sync

I received a message from In-sync, and this necklace is one of my favorites from their works. Thanks Iris... The jewellery is fabricated in stainless steel, and powder-coated in bold colours, with modern industrial materials and processes combining with a hands-on approach. In-sync design is a creative studio steered by Iris Saar Isaacs (graphic designer/ visual artist) and Jane Barwick (contemporary jeweller). In-sync is where graphic design meets contemporary jewellery… Looking forward to getting more good design from them.

Help bookmark by i3 lab

via designboom


Cable drawing by maisie maud broadhead


Retired belts from San Francisco

via stilsucht more see here


Ring by Maria Cristina Bellucci

via here


Gorrinucha by Milrayas Design

Gorrinucha han been designed for funny, critical and creative people who are ready to face up to the crisis and confront the futuro with hope and effort. It´s a cartoon of our current situation. It is not plus but minus sign shaped because it was created to add not to subtract. It is full of holes.Its snout and legs are covered with corks that remind us that money is short-lived. Ít´s an article with a message full of sarcasm and humour because as Winston Churchill said: "Imagination consoles men for what they cannot be as humour consoles them for what they are". Gorrinucha is a designer project applied to handicraft. It´s a handmade object in white crockery through respectful processes with the environment. It´s manufactured in Talavera de la Reina, Toledo, Spain. Buy in here gorrinucha milrayas


Cassette tape necktie

http://www.sonicfabric.com via designboom


Cubus design by xlustudio

Design by [xlu]studio

Bread Shoes by R&E Praspaliauskas

Twin brothers and designers R&E Praspaliauskas have designed a collection of shoes made of bread. via dezeen


NONO Seating by Stefano Soave

stefanosoave via contemporist