IKEA “Hembakat är Bäst” baking book is actually a 140 pages coffee-table book, containing 30 classic swedish baking recipes. They were inspired by high fashion and japanese minimalism and decided to put the ingredients in focus. The recipes are presented as graphic still-life portraits on a warm and colourful stage. And you can find out more about all the details and all the different recipes and pictures of each page HERE.
Image/// Courtesy of Huberto Kororo
Recorded at Pappelallee 5 in Berlin, in 2006, mixed by Ivan Palacky in Brno a year later and finally, mastered by Toshimaru Nakamura in Tokyo, in October 2007, the cd (designed by Jaroslav Juřica and Zuzana Lehutová) consists of two editions, where „kempt“ represents a smoother kind of musical expressiveness, while „unkempt“ tends to be more experimental..
After opening (by tearing off the seal), the outer minimalistic graphic of the snow-white package is irretrievably disturbed by a single dark stain, which turns to the colour of the inner content.. While the graphic form of the edition is always constant, the colours vary. Depending on the technique of opening (like using a drill in order to create a peculiar mark) some patterns arise, which give each piece a certain uniqueness.
WE FEEL FINE.org :website
The two kindergarten, Fjellvegen and Sommereng is a result of a competition that Tromso municipality launched after a government decision that a place for all children.The municipality chose 70 ° Ns stimulating and playful föreskoledesign in doing away with the lack of barracks and other temporary solutions.
70 ° Ns solution is based in part on mobile inneväggar that easily allows staff to change their and their children’s environment as needed. Toys and furniture are partially integrated into the walls and it opens up so the bottom floor space for children.
Swiss graphic design and new media student Clement Gallet lays it all out it his
new communication manifesto “ritN eng iz ded”. In it, he posits that the speed of
communication is moving too fast for our traditional written word system, and he
gives suggestions on how to streamline language to work better with our new
communication methods: texting, Facebook wall posts, and Twitter.