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Cushendale Woolen Mills.

Cushendale Woolen Mills.

Who doesn’t like a cosy and warm authentic wool piece for winter, we love them and thats why wanted to learn how is the process  and who is behind this amazing fabric. And we found Cushendale Woollen Mills that fully manufactures quality textile products. For generations the Cushen family have continued to produce high quality...
Tape Artist, Sarah DiNardo.

Tape Artist, Sarah DiNardo.

We love finding interesting people that love what they do and put everything they have into creating special and new stuff. This time we found Sarah, she is a very talented Tape Artist. She rolls tape and create this amazingly beautiful pieces. It all started with stickers and its unusual sensation when you touch them. “Its...
Sweet sculptures. The Sugar Lab.

Sweet sculptures. The Sugar Lab.

The Sugar Lab started when Kyle and Liz were graduate students. They wanted to make their friend Chelsea a birthday cake, but they didn’t have an oven, so they decided to try to 3D print a cake instead. After a period of trial and error that lasted well beyond her actual birthday, they managed to...
Beautiful food typography.

Beautiful food typography.

Danielle Evans is the creator of this wonderful project. She waffles between calling herself a designer and illustrator, due to the narrative nature of her work. Delighting in lettering and typography, she uses paper cutting, food, chalk, calligraphy, brush pens, and digital practices to achieve her solutions.   The process is surprising and often organic, staving...
The Inheritance Collection- Stephen Kenn

The Inheritance Collection- Stephen Kenn

A native of Canada, artist and designer Stephen Kenn has been working in the design world for nearly a decade, creating multiple denim lines, men’s travel luggage, and now turning his eye towards the world of furniture design. He has a passion for art and a deep respect for the creative process. “Locally made and...
Style can't be mass-produced.

Style can’t be mass-produced.

The Incas believed the Vicuña animals were reincarnations of young maidens rewarded with a coat of pure gold in return for giving life to their civilisation. They called it “The Gold of The Andes”.
Mischa Rozema's new short film

Mischa Rozema’s new short film

Brilliant advice by Vi Hart's

Brilliant advice by Vi Hart’s

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HOW TO SHINE YOUR SHOES

HOW TO SHINE YOUR SHOES

 
FRANCISCA PINEDA’S initiative, our designer of DIY with IOU

FRANCISCA PINEDA’S initiative, our designer of DIY with IOU

We love Geometry Daily

We love Geometry Daily