Bleu Blanc Rouge and a little yellow

These cartoonish vessels by French ceramic duo L’Atelier des garçons just makes the grey Copenhagen sky disappear with their colorful fun patterns and slightly irregularly shaped ceramics. Enjoy! Via Trendland.

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Painted Pieces

Too difficult to pick a few, so this post goes on and on and on – cause they are all amazing, these colorful, graphic origami painted wood pieces by New York based Korean artist Zin Helena Song! Her work is inspired by the architecture and the strong energy of the city - and belive it or not - check out all the other beautiful ones, that I left out here. Via The Jealous Curator.

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Great Graphic Inspiration #23

Lovely packaging for British luxury truffle creators Costello & Hellerstein by Robot Food. Created by hand, the ribbons of colour, produced by swirling ink over water and overlaying cartridge paper, have come out incredible – I'm impressed and a bit jealous admitting that I'm always in lack of time in my own design processes and simply turns to the computer way to fast. Maybe it's time to take a deep breath and let the computer sleep, let the clients wait, and just have some pure, creative fun! Via Good Design makes Me Happy.

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Perfect Patch

Patch is a series by Oslo designstudio StokkeAustad of acoustic panels made from several different textiles mixed with mirrors, polished brass and Norwegian stone into great geometric patterns - almost like a painting. Love everything about it!!!

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Fan of Fans

It's so refreshing to see this creative installation by all time favorite dutch design studio Raw Color for Lynfabrikken BOX - an exhibition room with its own set of curatorial principles by LYNfabrikken in Aarhus, Denmark. Their idea was to unite colour and the element of motion and it's dynamic structure, and they choose the electric fan as their tool to unite these qualities. Placed on a podium a group of fans showed their different states by performing a choreography blending colour and motion. Fans should definately come in all shapes and colours - like a lot of other things...

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Build with Binary

Binary is a series of playful and nice coloured blocks by Epiforma, a multidisciplinary design studio based in Portugal. Inspired by the shape of an hourglass, Binary was designed to let people enjoy time creating an array of possible ephemeral installations with it’s pieces being mouldable and flexible. Via Trendland.

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Kind of Maiken Bendt-ish...

... with the robes and all, was my friends comment on a figurine by Louise Hindsgavl. Oh yeah, I replied, but the truth is, that I've never heard of the danish artist Maiken Bendt before, so I googled. And I found her, and I liked what I found. The colour palette, the patchwork feel and all the ordinary things put together in a new context - she just got herself a new fan. Hope you like it too! Thanks to Ditte at The Nordic Courier.

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