A talisman is a small object meant to lavish magical or protective property and supposed to bring luck. Varying across countries, religions, civilization or society, for some people, the talisman lies its strength in the ideas it embodies, for others, in matter of which is made.
Sao Paulo based shoemaker Lane Marinho masters juggling with natural materials. After working several years for big shoe companies in Brazil, she decided to create her own label named after her.
Located in Stockholm, Crooked Concept is a design concept aiming to feature original products, mixing art, architecture and industrial design.
Victoria Ledig & Mandy Roos are part of the young designers collective Form & Seek. Both graduated from the Design Academy Eindhoven, they use ‘the beautiful, the ugly and the awkward’ as guideline and believe that objects are able to communicate messages.
Les Petits Joueurs transform purses into quirky statement pieces. Crafted in Italy, it was during her travels to Paris and Sao Paulo that the founder, Maria Sole, came up with an idea to create a collection of playful accessories she initially wore herself.
A Few Good Things is a selection of work by 10 Norwegian designers—both emerging and established that will be presented at Wanted Design on May 13–16 2016, during NYC x DESIGN, New York City’s celebration of global design.
Renowned designers Patrik Fredrikson and Ian Stallard are the dynamic duo behind London-based Fredrikson Stallard Design Studio.