Inspiration

Worshipping Nature with Satsuki Shibuya

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Satsuki Shibuya - Lunareclipse

Now it is the time of the year when we can enjoy the longest hours of sunshine and fill ourselves with high amounts of energy it offers. Just a few days ago we had the Summer Solstice. And tonight in many countries there is a celebration dedicated to this event, a beautiful celebration worshipping Nature. For this reason […]

Fashion

Miles and Louie, Where Classic and Modern Styles Meet

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Miles and Louie

Often in this blog I write about people I never met, but I always feel like I get to know them at least a little bit through looking at their websites or reading their stories. Exploring the lives of creative people is truly exciting! It is even more interesting to meet these people in person, learn each of their […]

Ceramics

Dip Dyed Ceramics by Paper and Clay

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Paper and Clay

I always feel drawn towards white and pastel colour palettes accompanied by a simple modern design. Especially, if there is an element of soft dreamlike feel within… Just like in today’s inspiration – beautiful ceramics made by Brit McDaniel for her brand Paper and Clay. Brit works from her small studio located in Memphis, where she creates minimalist ceramic […]

Ceramics

Patterned Minimalism by Julia Kostreva

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Julia Kostreva

Today’s inspiration – a wonderful blend of minimalist design, textures and patterns. Products designed considering the smallest details. And these handmade goods are coming from California, San Francisco based designer Julia Kostreva’s studio. Julia is a creative director and designer who works with print, graphic and web design, branding and styling. On top of that she makes beautiful stationery, home […]

Home Decor

The Art of Origami from Up The Wooden Hills

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Up The Wooden Hills

A few years ago I was very much into paper folding and origami. I have worked on a big scale paper and fabric folding project for fashion… and I know how time consuming it can be. Everything needs to be measured and made exactly perfect. Even though I don’t work much more with paper folding, I still love and […]

Ceramics

Sustainable Minimalist Products by Golden Biscotti

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Golden Biscotti

I can never decide what I like more: intricately patterned or plain simple objects.  Items with lots of interesting details and vibrant colours attract attention and brighten up the day and I really like them. However, there is something magical about monochromatic colours and minimalist design… something that keeps me wanting more and more of these types of objects, photographs […]

Inspiration

The Cookery for the Pleasure of Eyes and Necks by Tadam

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Tadam!

I would like to share with you something quite different today: a beautiful relationship between modern food culture and jewellery. As food is one of the greatest objects of desire, it is becoming more and more appreciated from the aesthetic point of view. So we not only care about the taste, but also the visual look, texture, and colours […]

Inspiration

Minimalist Structures and Shapes by Forma

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Forma

Today I would like to share with you some beautiful creations from Israel: jewellery inspired by mechanisms, structure, kinetic movement, architecture, urban landscapes and nature. These minimalist pieces are made by a jewellery designer and goldsmith Galit Barak, based in Tel Aviv. Galit Barak creates her contemporary jewellery under the name Forma, which is a Latin word for ‘form’, […]

Home Decor

Beautiful Wooden Creations by Objets Mécaniques

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Objets Mecaniques

I love natural materials in various design and everyday objects. I always try to embrace the idea of surrounding ourselves with natural, recycled or re-purposed items. Wood is one of those materials that I just can’t get enough of, with its beautiful textures and endless possibilities. So I would like to share with you one […]