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The wings should do the job.

October 31, 2011


Swap! If the wings don’t scare the fly away, the swap can come later. Designed by Ramon Middelkoop Design is run by Ramon Middelkoop, who is currently teaching product design at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam. Some other products that I like from him. Quadrant clock is for those who is not racing […]

Black… is not necessarily bad.

August 25, 2011


Goody Grams has ‘almost’ everything of their products in black. And sometimes black is not necessarily a bad thing. Goody Grams has shown us that. Based in Bangkok, they have distribute their products locally and overseas. It is very unfortunate for the locals here in Bangkok because their products are considered rare in Bangkok. Only a few shops […]

HaoShi Design by Taiwan

August 17, 2011


Haoshi means good things in mandarin. They believe that good things are always around us, that whether we noticed it, is depended on us. They started off with their collections on accessories using resin and metal. Their ‘animal series’ rings are unique and I like the two finger rings especially. Anyway, these are old. Now […]

Design is more than just good looking.

July 26, 2011


Looking good is definitely a must in a design. But with functionality is a plus. Joseph Joseph did that and still doing it. Twin brothers, Richard and Antony Joseph specialize in contemporary kitchenware. With their ability to blend in form and function, Joseph Joseph has gained recognition around the globe. Even though I don’t cook, I have […]