1. I didn’t know about NENDO until last week at Milan Fair. They’re Japanese and I love their designs. Their design concepts are simple and straightforward. I’ll look more into them!

  2. Photoshopping the background for the shop images. These are the light series developed in our studio. They’re good for Christmas lights!

  3. Our studio have been working on the new lamp series. The top picture is called Nest Lamp and was made by me, weaving step by step. 

  4. Very inspiring moody photography by Chris Soukup

  5. Too colorful to eat.

    Too colorful to eat.

  6. 24th Jan 14 -
fox&ginger coffee. Josiah speaker. anythingby studio. macbook retina. illustrations. designing. 

    24th Jan 14 -

    fox&ginger coffee. Josiah speaker. anythingby studio. macbook retina. illustrations. designing. 

  7. Few photos I took in the morning. Our studio is full of Christmas lights and they’re still on going.

  8. Today I ordered few samples of 3M products. Now everything is ready for the test! The left product is called Scotch-Weld Adhesive SIGel and the right product is called 9088FL which is suitable for both high and low surface substrates. 

    Today I ordered few samples of 3M products. Now everything is ready for the test! The left product is called Scotch-Weld Adhesive SIGel and the right product is called 9088FL which is suitable for both high and low surface substrates. 

  9. freundevonfreunden:

Simplicity in Beauty & Form with Sputnik Studio, Valencia
We are suckers for simplicity in design and adore the texture of cork. When two of these parameters exist in one product, we can’t help but share it with the world.
With a lacquered steel base and a curved seat made out of environmentally friendly cork, the Sputnik - named after the first satellite to be launched into space in 1957 - can be used both as a side-table and as a stool.
Valencia-based Estudio Sputnik has launched next to the Sputnik also the Santorini lamps and stackable china made from enamelled ceramic and wood, named K collection. Definitely worth checking out! 
(as seen in Dezeen)

    freundevonfreunden:

    Simplicity in Beauty & Form with Sputnik Studio, Valencia

    We are suckers for simplicity in design and adore the texture of cork. When two of these parameters exist in one product, we can’t help but share it with the world.

    With a lacquered steel base and a curved seat made out of environmentally friendly cork, the Sputnik - named after the first satellite to be launched into space in 1957 - can be used both as a side-table and as a stool.

    Valencia-based Estudio Sputnik has launched next to the Sputnik also the Santorini lamps and stackable china made from enamelled ceramic and wood, named K collection. Definitely worth checking out! 

    (as seen in Dezeen)

  10. vilderolfsen:

'Food Politics' Vilde Rolfsen - 2013

Love the vibrant colour!

    vilderolfsen:

    'Food Politics' Vilde Rolfsen - 2013

    Love the vibrant colour!

  11. tedx:

Fake it ’til you become it: How your body language shapes who you areIn a talk at TEDGlobal 2012, social psychologist Amy Cuddy offered a free, low-tech lifehack: assume a posture for just two minutes — and change your life.
Above, designers from the Brazilian magazine Superinteressante illustrated some of the points Cuddy makes about body language (You can see the image in all its wonderful detail here.) and its impact on how we feel. Take a look … and stand up straight.
Watch the whole talk here»
(From our friends at the TED Blog)

    tedx:

    Fake it ’til you become it: How your body language shapes who you are

    In a talk at TEDGlobal 2012, social psychologist Amy Cuddy offered a free, low-tech lifehack: assume a posture for just two minutes — and change your life.

    Above, designers from the Brazilian magazine Superinteressante illustrated some of the points Cuddy makes about body language (You can see the image in all its wonderful detail here.) and its impact on how we feel. Take a look … and stand up straight.

    Watch the whole talk here»

    (From our friends at the TED Blog)

  12. The digital world offers us many advantages, but if we yield to that world too completely we may lose the privacy we need to develop a self. Activities that require time and careful attention, like serious reading, are at risk; we read less and skim more as the Internet occupies more of our lives. And there’s a link between selfhood and reading slowly, rather than scanning for quick information, as the Web encourages us to do. Recent work in sociology and psychology suggests that reading books, a private experience, is an important aspect of coming to know who we are.

    — 

    The New York Times' David Mikics in praise of (offline) slow reading.

    Also see 9 books to help you read more intelligently and write better and Francine Prose on how to read like a writer, then take delight in Maurice Sendak’s little-known and lovely posters celebrating the joy of reading

    (via explore-blog)