Thursday, 27 March 2014

World 's lucky with Lucky Boy Sunday

It is no news that the Danish Lucky Boy Sunday brings the coolest designs. But did you know that with their work they actually do make a better world?

All Luckyboysunday's designs are manufactured in Bolivia, where Alpaca have been bred for the precious wool for centuries. All items are knitted in cooperatives working under the fair trade principle by very talented women, using the highest grade wool, which is as valuable and as soft as cashmere. 

"We support some of the poor population by giving them a good job and a fair price. At the same time the Bolivian knitters make our dreams come alive," say the brands designers, Camilla Koerschen and Camilla Ebdrup. 

We love their vision and the current SS '14 collection again. It's original, bold and playfull. Sometimes even a bit triggering when the faces on the products seem to come alive..

Monday, 24 March 2014

Happy birthday treats!

Healthy fruits and veggies can be fun! Look at these treats, don't you think they make your child and his/hers friends or classmates extra happy? 

Wednesday, 19 March 2014


Eva is a graphic designer. 
Juliet is an antique tabletop letterpress. 

Eva                      Juliet

In their studio in Quebec, Canada, they enjoy their creative live by making the most beautiful and poetic art prints. You can buy them on Etsy, but Eva and Juliet also create prints more custom made. We strongly recommend to check their website

Monday, 10 March 2014

10 IS

Have you heard of the brand called 10 IS (pronounced Ten-is)? 10 IS is a contemporary brand that produces urban courts made with excellent materials and durable designed to meet the needs of children. The brand was created to offer an original product but also functional, trendy and suitable for any activity and time of day. The shoes, via the removable insole, it adapts to every type of foot and follows the evolution of the child's foot to ensure maximum comfort.

In case you missed it, we used this brand for our brandshoot, we love it! Check out their new website here.

Monday, 3 March 2014

MOSTLIKELY DIY Lampshades or masks

Two guys wanted to create complex objects at a low price that can be used as masks, lampshades or something else. Meet Maik Perfahl and Wolfgang List, of the interdisciplinary design, sound and architecture collective "Mostlikely".

On Etsy, the online shop, you can choose from different objects or design a unique one yourselves, nearly any form is possible. You will receive a printout on heavy paper and all you have to do is cut, fold and glue the parts together. 
At the fair “Maison&Objet” in Paris "mostlikely" won the "Prix Découvertes MAISON&OBJET 2012.“Watch the video  here: