is releasing Bites, a new series of mini treats. First out is their new dammsugare
with mint and dark chocolate. The sweet, sweet treats have nicely been packaged by Malmö
based Guts & Glory
. I especially like the packings retro style and the nice font (which looks very much like the font that Guts & Glory uses in their own logo).
In the 1920s during the prohibition
the likes of Al Capone
made themselves rich (and feared) by running alcohol. Not that Seattle based Still Liquor
is doing anything shady or that you should fear them but I get that 1920s feel from their identity (it’s the car that does it). Anyhow, it was designed by Javas Lehn
and it sure looks good.
I dream of having a apartment with a big kitchen with room for a large wooden long table with enough room to fit all my friends at once. If I don’t build my own table the new solid oak dinning table from Hansen Family
is a good alternative. The dining table is part of their remix collection that you can read more about here
, and if you want more photos of the beautiful dining table you’ll find them after the jump.
might be one of the stranger bikes you’ll find on this blog. It has a uncompleted, velocipede
look that scares me at the same time as it thrills me. I’m not sure if I would dare to ride it if I got the change, but it sure looks exciting, fast and cool. Lots of pics of the bike after the jump of course.
have designed some nice packaging for Freia’s
new line of ready to eat desserts. Freia’s products taste homemade and that was something they wanted the product design to reflect. I think Tangram Design got it right with their retro design.
have teamed up with KiBiSi
to produce some nice, beach wood, kitchen utensils that combines form, function and craftsmanship. I really like the grove on the Hang Around set that lets you hang the utensils on the side of the pot your working with. More photos after the jump.
A few days ago I wrote about Norwegian Rain
and today it’s time to shift focus over to the Swedish raincoat market and the small company Stutterheim Raincoats
. The coats are designed by Alexander Stutterheim and produced at Syverket i Borås
by the two seamstresses Lena Borg and Brigitta Käll. The two ladies also quality check each coat and sign them. I love small companies like Stutterheim Raincoats! Keep your eyes out for this seasons raincoat Kapellgränd and Beppe, a matching rain hat.
is located at St. Paulsgatan where they’ve been for last 16 years. Over the years Tygverket has grown to become one of Stockholm’s largest and most well stocked fabric and sewing accessory shops but they’ve never had a uniform identity. Until now that is. №10
have designed a colorful and suiting identity based on the classic tape measure that you’ll find in any tailor or fabric shop. A simple idea, well executed!
German design studio YLF.Design
have with a solid understand of typography and with just white and a nuance of blue created a well thought-out identity for the italian restaurant Momenti Unici
in the city of Wiesbaden
. The logo itself isn’t that special but when it’s put to use with the rest of the identity it just works and creates a great visual totality.