Not just a lamp, but a “space definer” made for the Monica Danet prize.
Portique, by Adrien Rovero
NEWWORK magazine is a large-format newspaper publication for readers who appreciate the value of new ideas. Designed and published biannually by studio NEWWORK, issue no.1 shows a selection of contributors solely from New York. Seven artists chosen by studio newwork present new ideas and images of art, design, high fashion, culture, and politics. From art directors to business leaders, from design students to curators, audience can find exiting new work and talent. Customized typefaces to reflect each contributors’ work stimulate thinking about typography in graphic design.
NEWWORK, $13.99, by newworkmag.com
David Chipperfield has won an international competition to masterplan an arts and technology quarter in Segovia, Spain.
Arts and Technology Quarter Winner David Chipperfield, from bd
A welcome application for reading your RSS feeds. ”Instead of treating news like email (as most RSS readers do), presents you with headlines and photos from a variety of sources all in one place, letting you more easily discover the news you want to read. Like your own personal newspaper”.
Mac OS 10.5 Download: Times, $30.00, by Acrylic
One of Sweden’s most important postwar designers, Stig Lindberg created whimsical studio ceramics during a long career with the Gustavsberg pottery factory.
“Veckla” vase, white stoneware with clear matte glaze, 1950s, $265.00 – $680.00, by Stig Lindberg, from Freeforms
When In New York, visit the current exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Design and the Elastic Mind. If you can’t make it, the website is fun.
Exhibition: Design and the Elastic Mind, New York, MoMA
Barnaby Barford (b.1977) graduated from the Royal College of Art and has worked with prestigious companies including Nymphenburg as well as creating his one-off pieces. (shown here)
Mary had a little lamb, (Price on request), by Barnaby Barford, at David Gill Galleries
As a university student, I used to smoke about a pack of these every day — it helped me think. Clearly the best brand of cigarettes ever made, even then it was hard to find in the shops. The logo was created by the industrial designer Raymond Loewy in 1940.
Lucky Strike, by Raymond Loewy, for American Tobacco Company