Affordable and good quality furnishings for the minimal urban dwellers.
An overview of the month's featured posts, shops, and Editorial Picks.
A brief review on books and magazines, a digest of recent posts,
updates on notes and good reads on the web.
Current preview of featured items from the
Bookshelf, Lookbook, and the Shop.
Furniture brand Greycork has been rapidly growing for the past few years since its crowdfunding campaign took off over at Indiegogo. Co-founders John Humphrey, Bruce Kim, Alec Babala, and Jonah Wilcox-Healey who were recent college grads from RISD, developed furnishings that are easily assembled but of good quality, and yet still be affordable. Their furniture fits well in any modern or minimal home and with its no fuss assembly, makes it easier to move between homes. The company also prides itself to have most of its materials and suppliers from US, supporting local businesses. Greycork is a young company to watch out for as they develop their brand and magazine. Greycork Loft is also making their studio available for guests at airbnb this year.
A classic bomber jacket on vintage inspired pleated dress or lightweight slip dress makes this feminine silhouette more casual and comfortable with a pair of white sneakers.
Cultivated Days is an online journal on Japanese cuisine produced by Prairie Stuart-Wolff. A writer and photographer, Stuart-Wolff was inspired to share her exploits on exotic culinary dishes, and stories that came with its old Japanese traditions.
Martin Auer Magazin is small but beautiful editorial design magazine that displays his traditional handicraft loaves with beautiful photographs of artisanal breads and stories behind the process in baking bread.
SB Brands released this intuitive branding for a newly established fashion apparel Savin. The product presentation and photography complements the packaging and identity of the store.
A collection of print magazines good for long travels or Sunday afternoons
CW&T has recently launched an offset poster print of Personal Body Unit Index. This brilliant concept allows you to measure objects and furnitures with your own body when no measuring tools are at hand.
Everlane has introduced their new classic Modern Oxfords. Made from Italian leather with tapered toe and ¾” heels, these smart looking classics dresses up any casual wardrobe.
Parker Fitzgerald's newly published book Overgrowth is a series of flowers and nude portraits collaborated between photographer Parker Fitzgerald and floral designer and stylist Riley Messina.
Designer Erola Boix produced this brochure for private international bank, Andbanc. The striking and playful juxtaposition of the graphs with the images is a clever way to engage the reader to read the infographics.
Huy Bui's Geological Frame, is a series of wood encased in rectangular brass frames, exploring the relationship between nature and design.
Furniture brand Greycork has been rapidly growing, developing good quality and affordable furnishings that are easily assembled. Their furniture fits well in any modern or minimal home with its no fuss assembly.
Monochrome is a fusion of fashion, art, and design and explores distinctive visual forms through projects and commissions in their clothing and accessories. Temple was able to capture its label with its monochromatic and utilitarian brand found in their garments.
New Zealand based studio Sorbet made Adé's minimal and stylish book, stationery and invites complimenting the modern apartment living sentiment of the shop.
A nice and clean corporate identity designed for an architectural studio A Panzer, The name is an abbreviation of you always get what you deserve, whose approach to design is to create unique and unconventional design solutions for their clients.