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    Nuna is a revolutionary popsicle with a faceted, almost architectural form mounted on a sustainable bamboo stick designed and manufactured by an international group of experts in design & food industry...
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Hermès Wire Sculptures Window Display

Another interesting window display by Hermès, this time using sculpted metal to create a series of sketches-like figures such as dogs, bike, chair and art easels. Hermès product then was displayed on the 'sketches'.

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Hermès Wire Sculptures Window Display
Hermès Wire Sculptures Window Display



Sweet-tooth Snack- Packaging that make You Smile

Sweet-tooth Snack- Packaging than make You Smile

Sweet-tooth snack packaging designed by Sergei ASVIDES. Loves it.


By the edge Desk Accessories

By the edge” comes as a family of three – an elephant, a buffalo and a rhinoceros. Realized in CNC-milled ash wood, these desk top accesories animates a work space. Simply laid on edges or sitting inclined o table tops, they come to life and bring a dash of fun to the home or office.

Pen-holder (rhino), card holder (elephant), elastic band holder (buffalo) or paper weight (all), “by the edge” are functional and at the same time poetic objects that follow a long design tradition of animal figures finding their way into our living spaces. The animal kingdom has been a source of inspiration for some of the greatest names in contemporary design for which the 1957 collection- Sedici Animali (16 Animals) created by Enzo Mari, remains a landmark.

By the edge Desk Accessories
By the edge Desk Accessories
By the edge Desk Accessories
By the edge Desk Accessories
By the edge Desk Accessories
By the edge Desk Accessories




Skirt-shoes by Nendo

A selection of women’s shoes designed as a part of a project supporting a small shoe workshop located in Shibuya, which is known as a gathering place for Japan’s younger generation. Material is draped over the heel portion of basic pumps and heeled sandals as if the shoes were wearing a skirt. There are three basic designs: a heeled sandal that uses transparent PVC material, pumps that use leather material punched in a dotted pattern, and pumps that combine leather and transparent materials in order to create an impression of separation between the leather. The heel is visible through the skirt in each of the designs, with careful attention given to the overlap of colours and amount of cover. The skirt material has been given just enough leeway that it appears to sway faintly when walking in the shoes. Differences between the elasticity and hardness of leather and PVC materials presented unique challenges to the manufacturing process, making the skills and intuition of a shoemaker with many years of experience essential to the products’ creation.

Skirt-shoes is designed by Nendo for Seibu Department Store.
Skirt-shoes by Nendo
Skirt-shoes by Nendo
Skirt-shoes by Nendo


Skirt-shoes by Nendo
Skirt-shoes by Nendo
Skirt-shoes by Nendo


Skirt-shoes by Nendo
Skirt-shoes by Nendo
Skirt-shoes by Nendo
Skirt-shoes by Nendo



White Canvas from Cocolab

An immersive audiovisual installation created by Cocolab. Commissioned by ARCA, presenting at TagCDMX 2016.


TOFU  Wooden Stationary set

Do you remember that nostalgic feeling of joy when you first played with your building blocks or legos? Tofu stationary set is the answer from us for the remembrance of your own. Wholly crafted from a solid maple wood, This sophisticated desk organizer set comes with 6 distinct, minimalistic cubes that have a place for all things stationary like pens, notes, paper clips and even cello tape.

The TOFU Stationary set is designed by Pana Objects. Pana Objects is a humble little brand based in Thailand that take wood and design closely to our heart. Pana is the Thai word for forest, therefore Pana Objects means “The Creation from Forest” and with every ounces of care, idea and creativity being poured in every detail of the products.

TOFU  Wooden Stationary set
TOFU  Wooden Stationary set
TOFU  Wooden Stationary set


PearBear Gift Box for izumi orchard

"The pear receives a lot of natural blessings & grew into a bear."- Izumi Orchard

Perfect gift box packaging by Siroionaka Design Office for Izumi Orchard.

PearBear Gift Box for izumi orchard
PearBear Gift Box for izumi orchard

Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus

Have a look to the wine packaging done by Atipus for Vi Novell in year 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. Vi Novell is a fresh and fruity wine which is bottled before its fermentation is finished. Therefore, it must be consumed within a short space of time. Thus, Atipus introduced wine label coincided with the local event.


Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus
Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus

For the 2010 edition, the design was inspired by the local festival posters printed with movable wooden types. The figure of the pig appears as it does in butcher’s shops and the knife defines the link between Saint Martin’s day and the traditional slaughtering of the pig.


Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus
Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus

For 2011, as the wine is bottled coinciding with the local celebration of the slaughtering of the pig and inspired by vintage illustrations of saints, Atipus decided to sanctify the pig on its day of sacrifice. Through this process, the pig becomes a di-wine (read divine) figure and an important element of our festivities. In 2010, we had parts of the pig and the following year we sent it directly up to piglet heaven to become king.

Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus
Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus

For 2012, the packaging return to the earth and worldly pleasures. The pig offers us a star product, perfect for pairing with Vi Novell. This “cansalada” or a form of bacon is much appreciated on the table and gives us simple, tasty pleasures.


Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus
Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus

For 2013, as it is bottled coinciding with the celebration of the slaughtering of the pig the packaging was inspired by the traditional identities of local butchers. The label illustrates the last vintage based on the romantic relationship between pork and wine.


Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus
Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus

For 2014, the wine label was inspired by an old tradition of local bars. Usually they hanged a pine branch outside to indicate that they were serving Vi Novell.


Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus
Vi Novell Wine Packaging by Atipus

For 2015, the design is a horse shoe pays homage to the more animal side of the festivities of Saint Martin’s Day. Saint Martin is the protector of farriers and blacksmiths, those who work with horses, mules and other iron-shod, hoofed animals.




Breaking the Surface for Lundin Norway

Breaking the Surface” is a conceptual installation created for the 10-year anniversary of the Norwegian oil company Lundin Norway. It was first exhibited as a central part of the company’s pavilion at the ONS energy convention in Stavanger, Norway (August 2014) and later mounted as a permanent installation in the company’s headquarters at Lysaker, Bærum, Norway (Autumn 2015).

"Breaking the Surface" in many ways reflects Lundin Norway's pioneering and innovative attributes by pushing technological boundaries. The installation draws inspiration from how the company’s geologists and geophysicist’s look at the world below sea level through detailed reconstructions of sub-surface landscapes created from seismic imaging and drill samples. An abstract representation of this landscape is created from a matrix of 529 acrylic pipes piercing the ceiling between the first and the second floor, creating organic rock-like formations on the first floor reflected as an ocean surface on the second. The huge installation, or work of art, contains sensors that register when people walk on the floor, while four cameras track their movement from above. Above the floor, there are 529 plexiglass tubes that move in vertical waves, in pace with the person walking on the floor. The seabed provided the inspiration for the installation, and represents our most important focus area. Visitors will feel like they are deep down in the very reservoir, at the bottom of the ocean.