Love this handmade stationery line sold under the brand name, Tales from the Desk. Each item is created based on their original rubber stamp designs. Saw this line and had a “why didn’t we think of that” moment. We’ve had these moments a lot since starting this blog. Anyway, you can follow them on their website as well as on Facebook and Twitter.
Images: Courtesy of Tales from the Desk.
(Studio) Imeus was set up in 2006 by UK graphic designer, illustrator and poster artist, Anthony Peters. On the studio info he writes: “The idea initially was to indulge the creative work that couldn’t be done at the day job, however it soon became impossible to juggle the two and in 2011 Studio Imeus became a full time hobby…” Follow his work on the studio website or here at Tumblr.
Images: Courtesy of (Studio) Imeus.
Captivated by these half-glass, half-knitted vases developed by Italian designer, Sofia Lazzeri and Swiss designer, Alexandra Denton. The collaborative project is appropriately called Innesti, “the Italian word for grafting, a botanic technique used to join tissue from one plant with another, with the purpose of creating new varieties.”
“Their project aims to enhance the voices of the materials and stimulate an aesthetic experience that celebrates contrasts, knowledge and tradition.”
Images: Courtesy of Sofia Lazzari and Alexandra Denton of Innesti.