It’s not the first time we introduce you to the German creative studio Korefe with Food Finish and Stop the Water products. Always with a particular attention to packaging, the SLOW FAST FOOD is fast food that’s nevertheless healthy. Seasonally and traditionally cultivated fruit and
German Design studio Paperlux created this beautiful design and a unique deformable cover for Novum magazine. An awesome elaborate print job that you can discover on the making-of video showing the production process for this November Novum cover.
Photographed on beautiful color-block backgrounds, German artist Samuel Henne created these great minimalist sculptures using only every objects like kitchen-gear, pills, plastic glasses, tape, foam, screws, matches… The result is pretty odd but very interesting.
The “most delicious” design publication of 2012 celebrates design and art for, and from, what is edible. “EAT!” serves week by week inspiration in the form of delicious designs to whet your appetite; with 54 designers, artists and architects illuminating visual trends and special designs from the area of food, drink and nutrition.
Here is the work of talented German food and prop stylist Dietlind Wolf. Wolf uses meticulously colors, porcelain, paper, metal and textiles to stage these amazing food editorials. Very original work, these could give you inspiration for your table settings. Love it.
Before starting his career in photography Christoph Sagel studied architecture. Living and working between Hamburg and Düsseldorf, Sagel specializes in still life photography. He has worked for international brands and agencies including BMW, Coca-Cola, Diesel, Fuji, JOOP!, Nintendo, Philip Morris, Swarovski, Sony, BBDO, EURO RSCG, Grey Worldwide, Jung von Matt, Ogilvy & Mather, Rapp Collins, [...]
Hamburg based producer/DJ Tensnake definitely has a very unique and fresh perspective on what would be interpreted as a sort of modern take on disco/80’s Boogie. His new EP entitled “Coma Cat”, released in early 2010 under Permanent Vacation Records, gives you some insight as to the minimalistic yet extraordinarily catchy style of Tensnake