Monday, 1 August 2011

The Leica D-Lux 5 is good because

it's a digital camera with a truly timeless design and you can now completely customise it! Here's a pretty terrible example...

head over to colorware to play around with hundreds of different colour combination...

Sunday, 31 July 2011

It's good because it's sunday

brilliant song, brilliant video. 

Isabelle Puech's apartment is good because

it's in paris and it used to be an apartment where merry-go-round horses were fixed. The apartment is full of quirky vintage pieces and just look at that staircase.

photos sourced from the guardian

Sandi Vincent is good because

she has been collecting a huge plethora of lesser known animal inspired logos for that are truly great pieces of design history and design present. Basing a logo on an animal has been so successful for so many companies, WWF is a prime example! Here are some examples that I think are pretty sweet.

images sourced from aqua velvet

Wednesday, 27 July 2011

Irina Werning is good because

her back to the future series are brilliant, these are some she shot in 2010, her 2011 series is coming soon so i'll be looking out for it.

sourced from is good because

by connecting the buyer directly with the furniture maker it saves the money of getting their product into a store, and therefore enables them to sell to you for 50-80% less than retail value. I have found the most amazing giant angle-pose lamp, definitely on my wish list. More websites should take this incentive to collaborate directly with designers, it makes you realise just how much more you are paying for your furniture to sit in a well lit store for a few weeks.

photos sourced from

Randy P Martin is good because

his photos all have such a mysterious beauty. I have been following his flickr account for a long time now and I love how he has stayed true to the simple joys of film photography and keeps on producing amazing photos. Surprisingly absolutely none of his photos are staged, instead he always has at least one camera with him to catch that fleeting moment.

photos sourced from Randy P Martin's Flickr