Orbita Clock

 

Orbita is a conceptual wall clock that defies the classic concept of clock, where the hands turn on a fixed central point. In Orbita they’ve been replaced by two “turntables” that roll on a fixed plate with only two elements needed to mark the passing of time – two dots that mark hours and minutes.

 

 

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Lani Mitchell / KIND

 

Abstract expressionism is often thought of as old boys club. Thankfully, Australian painter and contemporary artist Lani Mitchell is challenging the thought with her own work that’s inspired and driven by experiences of love, relationships, and kindness. All of these pieces are from her KIND exhibit which explores these themes within a micro and macro context.

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Alissa Bell Stationery

 

I think we can all agree that beautiful, everyday objects have a way of elevating life. Alissa Bell‘s impeccably designed minimalist modern line of notebooks and stationery embody this mindset completely in the Essentialist Collection. Elegant, clean, and simple, you’ll be sending snail mail and reaching for a notebook rather than your phone to take notes in no time. (She also does custom orders!)

 

 

 

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Kelly Beeman

 

Kelly Beeman‘s unmistakable illustration style is such an inspiration. The Brooklyn-based, self-taught artist has a diverse body of work, from simple black and white contour drawings of nudes to watercolor paintings full of mundane objects and contradictions.

 

 

 

 

 

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Pocket Mirror

 

Daniel Schofield creates products that solve problems through simplicity – his Pocket Mirror combines a small storage pocket with a mirror. The wall-mounted mirror would be perfectly placed in the entry, allowing one last glance in the mirror while grabbing daily essentials from the small natural oak storage pocket. Pocket Mirror is available in three finishes: natural, smoked, or black painted oak.

 

 

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Barbara Dziadosz

 

Barbara Dziadosz is a freelancing illustrator from Hamburg, Germany who specializes in printmaking, editorial, illustrated recipes, and character design. Two subjects she returns to again and again are eloquently posed hands holding various flora and different species of insects, both captured in a flat 2D style that I’m partial to. (And that snake? Yeah, I’d love it tattooed on my ribcage.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Fragmento Universo

 

Madrid-based designers Tessa Dóniga and Christian Baumgartner – AKA Fragmento Universo – are a creative team that doesn’t limit themselves to any one medium. They work on film, music, and art projects for their clients, usually combining design, art direction, and sound that result in aesthetic concepts that are often lo-fi in nature. What I notice, more than anything else in their work, is the innate sense of balance each campaign offers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Flying Martha Ornithopter

 

I’ve admired Haptic Lab for years, but after having the chance to meet Emily Fischer a few weeks ago and see her latest creation in person I might be classified as a fangirl. The Flying Martha Ornithopter is a flying machine that uses a flapping wing motion to fly, just like a real bird. The simple mechanical toy powered by a rubber band is named after the last passenger pigeon, Martha, who died in captivity at the Cincinnati Zoo in 1914. To make Martha take flight, simply wind up the bird and gently release like a paper airplane. (She also makes a charming companion when displayed in your home.)

 

 

 

 

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