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Ceramicist Ian Anderson is expanding overseas and leveraging the web to make design more democratic—but ﬁrst, coffee.
The Baron Fig Askew Notebook: A Collaboration with Debbie Millman
Askew is an entirely fresh and controversial take on a classic tool used by creatives, the world over.
DKNG Explorers Club: Camper Series
DKNG, a Los Angeles-based graphic design and illustration studio specializing in the music and entertainment industries, expands...
Topo Designs x Danner Ridge Boot
A collaboration between Danner and Topo Designs, the Ridge Boot in Dark Brown combines style and craftsmanship for a boot that...
2016 Minimalist Holiday Gift Guide
As a designer, I sit in a near-constant stream of beautifully designed products.
iPhone vs Pixel
Searching for the Future of...
Magma Books Bring Creative Thinking to Life
Look inside some brilliant sketchbooks from Magma that carve out a creative niche for themselves.
Make Your Mark with the AJOTO Pen
The AJOTO pen is a joy to hold and use—a perfectly balanced writing instrument to rule all others.
The Venerable Baron Fig
Baron Fig's expanding product line has made serious inroads at producing top-quality tools for the creative class in ways that...
The Mighty Fjällräven Kånken
Fjällräven began making their iconic Kånken backpack for Swedish schoolchildren in 1978.
Sacred Space: an Exploration in Modern Bible Design
Gutenberg's Bible, and the movable type that he pioneered, paved the way for modern publishing.
A Look at the Burrow Sofa
With millennials showing increased spending on furniture, Burrow is readying a fresh approach.
Vifa's Oslo Wireless Speaker.
The designs might be minimal but the color palette is friendly.
The brand presented products both new and old in a series of room-like vignettes.
Sutla launched in 2014 with a couple of cohesive basics.
Comp Brings Composition Notebooks into the 21st Century
Beautiful paper, a lay-flat binding, and fresh design details help bring this composition notebook Kickstarter into the 21st...
Nendo Puts a New Spin on the Whiteboard in the Workplace
The Japanese studio designs a rolling office fixture for its latest installation.
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