‘Daydreaming in Japan’ is the first in a series of colouring books and travel adventures by German artist Denise Rashidi, also known as Surudenise.
This week we’re reading Volume 3 of CONSIDERED, an independently published, bi-annual print magazine. From its sustainable lifestyle and travel articles to their exquisite photography, this is a must read.
This week we want to share with you a film that many of you may have already seen, but if you haven’t, we urge you to go and have a watch of ‘David Attenborough:A Life On Our Planet’ on Netflix.
Clothing brand Asket recently shared their Impact Receipt. The Impact Receipt accounts for all elements that go into the production...
London Craft Week runs a citywide programme of over 250 events, showcasing exceptional craftsmanship from emerging and celebrated artists.
This week we are focusing on design, and came across Studio Nienke Hoogvliet a design studio based in The Netherlands, specialising in material research, experimental and conceptual design.
This week we are pouring over 200 shortlisted and 100 winning images for this year's Portrait of Britain.
This week we were impressed by beer company BrewDog, which has just gone carbon negative by switching to wind power for its bars and breweries, with plans to plant a forest's worth of trees.
We’ve been listening to Clever - A Podcast About Design, from the platform Design Milk, dedicated to design, art, architecture and technology.
This week we stumbled across a 3D Printed Coral Carbonate research project developed by a design workshop Objects and Ideograms. The project is intended to help the restoration of coral reefs, which is one of the most vulnerable ecosystems on Earth.
We’ve been reading the new 2020 issue of Wallpaper* Re-Made, an evolution of Wallpaper* Handmade - the annual initiative connecting designers, creatives,...
We've been looking at sustainable design, and we came across Vélosophy, a bicycle and lifestyle brand that produces bikes using recycled aluminium. They have collaborated with Nespresso to use recycled Nespresso coffee capsules, to produce a bike that is an excellent product of circular economy design.