Tilt iPad Case (€106) is a unique perfect combination of wool and leather brought to life by our two young and talented Italian leather artisans ‘The Brothers’ and their team.
100% vegetable tanned Italian leather is the best of the best.
Hand selected. Dyed in age old wooden drums. Hand Finished.
You can buy it at Hardgraft shop.
The Boat origami candles ($TBA) are designed to give a touch of originality to any room in your home.
You know, origami is an art with paper, but the Slovak designer Roman Ficek has modified this idea by making these beautiful candles origami boats.
The shapes of the sails are designed to catch your attention with the way both with beautiful pastel colors. Referring to the shape of the sail is placed in a container with water to make it float as you would a real boat.
More information at Candle design website.
The Nepa Lamp ($TBA) is a bi-dimensional floor/wall lamp designed by Giles Godwin-Brown. It’s wall-mounted and equipped with friction hinges to allow the piece to pivot away from the wall. Constructed of birch plywood and stainless steel with some aluminum details, it utilizes high-powered LED lighting.
You learn more at Giles Godwin-Brown’s website.
If you are looking to get a new bike for your daily commute and you have a bunch of money to spare look no further, because you just found the Bianchi by Gucci ($14,000). The bicycle sports a carbon fiber frame with the black seat and handlebars recalling the iconic diamante pattern. How can you miss such convenient deal?
You can buy it at Gucci.
While everyone is focusing on the beautifully designed Clear, our choice for this week is Deck ($1.99), a great way to play your iPod on your iPad. It has a super simple and minimal interface. And if you ask them for cool features, they will simply tell you that it doesn’t need them; it has big buttons.
You can buy in on iTunes.
This week’s prints are a series of maps called Typographic Maps (from $20), Axis Maps, a small cartography company that specializes in designing and building custom interactive maps. As the name imply, every element of the map has been designed using words and typographic elements. There are thirteen available posters, of which five are beautifully letterpress printed on Crane’s Lettra, 110lb cover Pearl White.
You can buy it on Axis Maps store.
This week’s app is Numi ($4.99). Numi is a very simple calculator that sits in your OS X menu bar and allows you to make more descriptive calculations. Numi calculates the text and numbers you give it, with it being smart enough to differentiate between text, numbers, and what needs to be calculated.
You can buy it on the Mac App Store.