Microscopic Pencil Scultpures

What I really love about creativity is that it can come from the most unexpected places. to BE continued… Advertisements

V Evolution: Liquid

V (the energy drink) New Zealand has just released an amazing online game called “Evolution”. Designed to test your mental capabilities, the experience is drawn over 3 different worlds which you have to evolve through and explore. At this stage, the first world “Liquid” has been available for about 2 weeks and the next world … Continue reading

SOTA

My lasting impression of Singapore was how adventurous they are with their architecture. One of my favourite buildings had to be the School of the Arts (SOTA). SOTA is one of four independent specialised schools in Sinagpore. Situated at Dhoby Ghaut, it serves as a ‘creative laboratory’ – a place where students create and the … Continue reading

Introducing Aesop on rue Saint-Honoré

Finally, the long wait is over! Here is a glimpse into the new Aesop store, which just opened it’s doors to the public last week. It’s located on Rue Saint Honore, in the historical part of Paris. What makes each Aesop store unique is that it responds to the geographical location it’s situated in. In … Continue reading

Animal powered sewing machine

I came across this book during a visit to The Emporda Technical Museum in Figueres. This is what the caption says: Maquina de coser con motor animal Unas semillas y el animalillo hara girar interrumpidamente la rueda de su maquina de coser. Direct translation: Sewing machine motor animal Some seeds and uninterrupted creature will spin … Continue reading

Ode to Aesop

Imagine my excitement when I heard this week that March Design was in Paris installing the new Aesop store on rue Saint-Honoré. The store was built in Melbourne and transported directly to Paris, which is due to open at the beginning of this month. Not only that but Aesop is also intending on opening their … Continue reading

Re:thinking Packaging

PUMA launched the next pivotal phase of its ambitious long-term sustainability program on April 13th at the Design Museum in London. By introducing its cutting-edge sustainable packaging and distribution system by renowned industrial designer Yves Béhar, PUMA set new standards within the retail industry. The new innovative solution will significantly reduce the amount of waste … Continue reading

Toy Museum of Catalonia (Museu del Jouget)

The Toy Museum located on Rambla de Figueres, Figueres, is just over an hour from Barcelona and is a great place of interest for children and adults alike. The museum originally opened in 1982 in the former Hotel Paris and eventually was refurbished and re-opened again in December 1998. The Museum displays over 4000 toys … Continue reading