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Peugeot Design Lab has designed this sleek and stylish piano for French manufacturer Pleyel. It is a mix of century old traditional craftsmanship and the latest automotive technologies.
Differantly, a Paris and Leipzig-based creative studio specialized in graphic design and brand identity, have created a series of minimalist animal logos drawn with a single line. You can see their complete “One line” series, which consists of more than...
New York-based company U-Pet has designed a smart pet carrier that features a semi-sphere window, reminiscent of an astronaut's helmet, which allows your pet to enjoy the scenery and interact with the outside world. The pet backpacks include a built-in security...
Canadian jewelry maker Secret Wood designs and produces unique wooden rings that encompass little worlds inside them. These beautiful pieces are handcrafted from fresh wood, jewelry resin, and beeswax.
Indian graphic designer Shibu PG has created a collection of minimalist animal logos that cleverly include the animal's body shape within. For example, the logo for Cat contains the silhouette of a cat camouflaged in the “a” letter. See Shibu's entire...
Inspired by the moon, Taiwanese design firm Acorn Studio created Luna, the Moon Lamp that "turns your home into a magical world". The lamp is available in seven sizes from the XXS 3.2" to XXL 23.6" in diameter. Luna is...
Cyprus-based designer Stelios Mousarris has designed the 'Wave City Coffee Table', an Inception-inspired piece of furniture that features the design of a bent cityscape. The beautiful piece was accomplished using a well-balanced mixture of wood, steel and 3D printed technology. The table...
For her ongoing series entitled "Branding destinations", Bucharest-based graphic designer Raluca Popescu has created a series of creative logos using symbols that cleverly replace a few letters from various city names. She started with her hometown, Bucharest, thinking how the...
A ninety-two-year-old grandmother from Japan produces vibrant embroidered decorative balls known as 'Temari'. The term means "hand ball" in Japanese. These balls are a folk art form that originated in China and was introduced to Japan around the 7th...

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