Phucisme is presenting their first collection, "Childhood Memories," during the Formland design fair. Illustrations from the Japanese artist AKIRA and new designs from Japanese jewerly designer MIKUNI will be displayed alongside "Childhood Memories," reflecting an ethos of "Scandinavian minimalism and Japanese perfection."
Created and owned by Phuc Van Dang, Phucisme is a fusion of design, art and fashion, but also ideas and concepts, new trends and what ever one might find in an uncharted territory. With fresh, new talents and ideas, Phucisme aims to shape and influence the way see and feel our modern global culture.
Originally intended as sake cups, these button-size and budget-priced cubes are ideal containers for smaller succulents and epiphytes (that’s botanist-speak for “air plant”).
- Last month artist and designer Phuc Van Dang sent me a note about our mutual love of color. That email exchange led to more, and allowed me to discover more about his varied works.
Ceramic pestle and wood mortar. Roll the ball the crush herbs and spices with flair. Quite satisfying.
I love the selection of colors available for the nylon version of this ring that can also be worn as a pendant! These industrial rings come out of the Silva/Bradshaw Studio, which focuses on modern and simplistic objects and the studio shares my passion for technology and industrial materials.
Icelandic textile designer Bryndis Bolladottir's "Kula" trivets are handmade of local felted wool and will lend a craft-y, DIY-y feel to any tabletop—along with a soft, tactile feel.
Xorel withstands a million double rubs before showing signs of wear. Now the polyethylene yarn fabric can be hot-pressed with five embossed patterns.
With their geometric design and pale turquoise hue, these little egg cups from Burkedecor by Ferm Living make a pretty addition to your breakfast table.