Leica M9-P with Hammertone finish. Limited to 100 worldwide.
The Review Design & Print Awards
Paris Baguette Packaging
Secluded Library in the woods
The Leopard | A Novel
A Tome With No Ink
Salacious Suggestions For Valentine’s Day
Just an interesting map of how the world was hooked up – via undersea telegraph cables – in 1901.
via Curiosity Counts
Strange and beautiful animated gifs
Ora-Ïto is a French designer who made his name back in 1999 with the Hack-Mac and the Gucci Villa.
Korean designers Joon&Jung have hand-crafted this set of speakers by strapping punctuated ceramic cubes onto a stack of twigs.
I’ve just come across images of this truly fabulous edition of the now legendary Leica M9, as designed by Walter de’Silva.
I’m always a big fan of fine camera design and especially so for some of the retro design styles currently on the market.
Introduced back in 1962 the Moulton – the product of a business based just a few minutes from The English Group’s studio – was arguably the earliest commercially produced small wheel bicycle.
Usually I have a very particular taste in cameras – if it’s Leica, Nikon, certain Olympus, it’s likely to be ok (and retro styling, even better) – and anything gimmicky is always a big turn off.
April 12th 1961, Yuri Gagarin, and the fiftieth anniversary of the first man in space.
The online showcase of grid based design, Grid Based, has relaunched with a lovely new layout.
A lot of people have been getting very excited about this game/audiovisual experience for iPad and iPhone and it’s not hard to grasp why once you start playing it.