Zero to One on Paper

Lovely color combinations in these works by Alyson Shotz. They are being shown as part of the Zero to One on Paper exhibition at Ratio 3 Gallery in San Francisco. Not really sure how they are made - but who cares - they are absolutely georgeous! Via Little Paper Planes.

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Apartment House

Normally we  don't feature interior design – but this is so amazing, that we just have to make an exception! A colour feast with a dollhouse feeling! Wauw and wauw again! Late last year, Tokyo-based architect studio Kochi Architects completed a renovation project of an old apartment building in the surburbs of Tokyo, and turned a multi-family apartment into a single-family home by slicing out a portion of the center to reveal a void that connects the entire home. Each cross-section was then color-coded to delineate it. So inspiring! Via Spoon and Tamago.

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The Kimono Feast

We're giving you a pattern feast with this collection of colourful and truly amazing old kimonos. Check out here for more or just sit back and enjoy the show. We're off to write some invoices, so we can get no. 4 and 10, before they're out of stock – toodeloo! Via Present And Correct.

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Who Can? Studio Twocan!

It's no secret - we love ceramics! And we're blown away by these beautiful yet quirky cement ceramic vessels by Australian design duo Studio Twocan. Twocan is run by two sisters  – Becc, graphic designer and Maddie, artist – who challenge the ordinary and each other. In the process to produce wonderful and meaningful work they borrow equally from the design and art worlds, combining their skills and knowledge. So inspiring! Via Present and Correct.

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A Grand Orchestra of Stuff

Lovely photographed installations from the series A Thing of Beauty by artist and designer Dawn Ng.  She handpicked the objects for the installations from 138 shops throughout Singapore from bakeries to convenience stores, and carefully arranged them by colour in amazing still lifes. Each installation is an anthropological documentary of things we collectively own and is a bold celebration of the everyday and ordinary. Love it! Via Ignant.

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Neck-turning neck pieces

Wauw! What an amazing collection of neck pieces made by German designer Agatha Waluga. She combines and plays with materials and creates a new design approach for fashion jewellery. Via Arcademi.

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Peaceful Pastel Photos

Suddenly I feel like icecream looking at this peaceful pastel photo series Unknown Geometries – A journey through shapes and colours of lesser-known architectures of Milan – by visual designer and photographer Giorgio Stefanoni. Via Trendland.

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