Nendo’s Thin Black Lines

Favorite and devoutly-followed Japanese creative collective Nendo is about to stage its first solo UK exhibit during next week’s London Design Festival, presented in two parts: at the Saatchi Gallery and by Phillips de Pury & Company’s London Headquarters. True to form, Nendo’s new series, called Thin Black Lines, turns everyday objects upside-down, with a line of 29 minimal furnishings made from steel and inspired by Japanese calligraphy. Each piece forms the bare, yet striking, outline that remain after simplifying paintings of plants and animals.










Images from Design Boom.

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Katrina Tan

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