We love the aesthetics, functionalty & design idea of the products which came out of Braun & Dieter Rams office especially in the 60´ties.Read more
Inspirational architecture by Dutch architects RAAAFRead more
Revealing forgotton and unfamiliar architecture is the primary work of photographer Bart SynowiecRead more
In the 1960s a few designers began to re-think the kind of objects that children play with.Read more
The first time we saw the works of Dutch Artist Wouter le Duc, we were drawn to know more about him and his way of working. There is a great composition and storytelling in his pictures, which makes you stop and wonder.Read more
Danish painter Peter Rothmeier Ravn, continously impress us with his modern yet timeless art.Read more
We are fascinated by local artist Line Riisager. She constantly challenge the ceramics and work at a very high technical lewel.Read more
Oliver, a well-traveled man who finds inspiration in architecture and the nature, has been fortunate to explore fascinating places around the world. He loves taking pictures of abandoned sites and knows how to convey a story through the lens.Read more
Named one of the 20th centuries leading graphic designers. Otl Aichers work is a great source of inspiration.Read more
For our Spring 2015 collection we did a collaboration with Danish artist Jens Paldam. His works have caught our eye on several exhibitions. The collab...Read more
Certain things just catch your eye. Danish artist Jacob Dahlstrup seems to give his paintings and art that little extra catch.
We love his pencil drawn pieces, which sometimes are combined with a specially developed technique of hand embossing paper with a tattoo needle.
Since his education on Glasgow School of Art, he has been exhibiting extensively in galleries in Europe as well as the US.
For more info visit : www.jacobdahlstrup.com