Design studio Good Thing teamed up with an independent brand of shaving accessories Harry’s for a curated collection of retro brushes. The studio asked emerging international designers , such as MSDS from Toronto, Gabriel Tan from Singapore and E.O from Stockholm, to create their own reinterpretation of an old shaving brush.
Industrial Designer working at Google, Arthur Kenzo envisioned Whyd to enable you to play music the most natural and human way.
After studying together furniture design at RMIT University in 2010, Adam Lynch and Dale Hardiman decided to give birth to Dowel Jones three years later.
What if a convenience store were inconvenient? A question that product designer duo Ichelle Im is constantly asking herself. In her ‘Inconvenience Store’, she redesign her futuristic version of everyday objects such as engagement rings, ice cream cones, whiskey, red wine, toothpaste, condoms and ladders amongst others.
Design studio Hattern is a trio from Seoul creating two-tone acrylic vases inspired by Impressionism. The aim is to elicit same effect of a changing light as the Monet or
FLOAT is a unique soap brand conceived by Wang Min that takes bath time seriously. The soaps are wrapped into a folding box made of single paper sheet, which helps to reduce the waste.
Hand-crafted, minimal spoons by Hope in the Woods reflect the organic approach to cutlery-making.