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Vaulted Willow, a colorful pavilion that looks like it could walk


When I think of the word “pavilion” I imagine standard 2×4 pieces of lumber slated together to make the most mundane of barbecue shelters.

Transcendental photography from Sydney Sie


Taipei based photographer Sydney Sie sees the world very differently from you or I. She describes her own work succinctly, stating, “I want my works to be bright but eerie, and include aspects of graphic that particularly interest my such as colour.

The Kawara Chair finds a new use for discarded Japanese roof tiles


Designer Tsuyoshi Kawara has found a creative re-use for discarded Japanese roof tiles, utilizing them as the seat of his Kawara Chair.

Kara Haupt’s charming ‘Old Man Jägermeister’ concept


There’s something I love about redesign concepts when they relate to foods and drinks. We see so many of these products day in, day out that to see them in a new light fascinates me.

A’ Design Awards 2015 – Deadline February 28 (Sponsored)


The A’ Design Award & Competition is the world’s leading international annual juried competition for design.

Long read: A heady, inspiring interview with Experimental Jetset


Last year, Collective magazine conducted an interview with Marieke Stolk, Danny van den Dungen and Erwin Brinkers, who are better known as the designers behind Experimental Jetset.

Famous city landmarks rendered in minimal line work by Studio Esinam


Came across these killer prints by Studio Esinam over the weekend which have landmarks and other notable buildings rendered in a minimal line art style.

The Stone House transformation by Wespi de Meuron Romeo architects


A little bit of old, a little bit of new. That’s what Wespi de Meuron Romeo architects have put together with their Stone House transformation in Scaiano, Switzerland.

Tobias Frere-Jones illustrates the basic mechanics of type


The always inspiring Tobias Frere-Jones has started a new series of posts on the mechanics of type and so far it sounds perfect for the novice and expert alike.

Sufjan Stevens’ new song “No Shade in the Shadow of the Cross”


Sufjan Stevens has a new album called Carrie & Lowell which comes out March 30/31. Now he’s released a new single called “No Shade in the Shadow of the Cross” which I’d describe as a return to the old Sufjan.

Matt Cooper Shares His Experience Designing Line Icons


I enjoyed this post over on Medium by Matt Cooper who writes about his experience over the last 18 months designing line based icons.

A’ Design Awards 2015 – International Call for Entries (Sponsored)


The A’ Design Award & Competition is the world’s leading international annual juried competition for design.

Siggi Eggertsson Makes Screensavers Cool Again with Saver Screensson


The screensaver feels like an icon of the past. Sure, we all use the standard Mac screensaver with the photos of majestic looking animals or vibrant flowers, floating on mobile like strings that dance across our displays.

What The Canadian Flag Could Have Been


Arcade has a great piece on the creation of the Canadian flag as we currently know it, spurred by an effort to distance themselves from Britain during a political crisis in the 50’s.

The Craftsmen of Ireland


At the end of last year, I was delighted to hear that Jameson had invited me to Ireland to interact with some of their local craftsman, tour their incredible distillery, and—of course—enjoy some delicious Irish whiskey.

Sonos Doesn’t Have A New Logo, It Has A Beautiful New Visual Identity


It’s been nice to see Bruce Mau Design’s work for Sonos get the recognition it deserves, the team has done a beautiful job.

Bold, Folksy Branding for Mibici, A Used Bike Non-Profit


Really like the boldness of this brand identity for Mibici, a small non-profit that brings used bikes from the U.S.

The Top Title Sequences Of 2014


Good title sequences are much rarer than they should be, an aesthetic often only considered by those making the opening credits of a Bond movie or the show True Detective.

The WarkaWater Tower: Drawing Water From The Air


When I was working on a now cancelled socially conscious news show, I was responsible for producing a few segments that were high tech shows-and-tell that showed how technology can benefit the developing world.

What Does 2,000 Calories Look Like?


You know that old, very Dad saying, “I’m not watching my weight, I’m watching my weight.“? The phrase usually comes with a gregarious thump on the belly and a few laughs shared around whatever decadent food is being served.


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