Friday, 20 January 2012
Tuesday, 17 January 2012
animal indexes on the website of Doolittle Magazine... What does a pig, a deer and a giraffe do in a library? They play hide and seek! Pa design develops and publishes objects reinvented with an extra bit of humor, creativity and freedom. Everyday objects find themselves transformed in the image of the bookends in the shape of animals, in pairs, representing the bust and the back of a pig, a deer and a giraffe. The shelves come alive, which encourages children to store their books because it becomes a Thurs .
Geplaatst door Emily Gray op 1:49 pm
Thursday, 12 January 2012
Smiling Planet makes art-inspired, earth-friendly lifestyle products for all ages with a line of apparel, dinnerware, accessories, books, media and art.Their plastic plates and tableware are made of sustainable, 100% recycled, BPA-free plastic, are dishwasher safe, scratch-safe and Finally a handy rim around the edge means more precious food ends up in bellies and less is wasted on the floor...I'm smiling. The kids are smiling. The planet is smiling! Have a look at their website.
Geplaatst door Emily Gray op 12:37 pm
Monday, 9 January 2012
Thursday, 5 January 2012
Komplot is the first to create an industrially produced chair made strictly from textile. The chair Nobody is molded in one piece and in one single process resulting in a simple, light weight and stackable chair meeting modern demands of sustainability in both materials and production. In its form Nobody refers to a piece of cloth laid over a chair to cover and protect it. Using a technique borrowed from the car industry to make shelves for car boots Nobody is manufactured from two layers of thermo pressed PET felt - a 100 % recyclable material made from used water- and soda bottles. The production process neither demands an internal frame, plastic, screws, glue or other reinforcements. How cool!
Geplaatst door Emily Gray op 2:44 pm