Posts Tagged ‘handcraft’

KAMP Collection by KAMP.studio

February 18th, 2017

The studio’s first release of products aims to encourage an ethical approach to the use of 3D printing. By pairing the technology with elegant design, handcraft and quality materials the studio believes it can make products that people will love forever, rather than tire of and throw away.

deFuroner olive oil branding by mr – Michael Reichen

January 19th, 2017

deFuroner combines a first-class olive oil production with a respectful, simple, down-to-earth and traditional caring for a millennia-long cultural landscape.

Revival#1 – Loominate interactive installation by Jean-Charles Penot and Phu Nhin Ho, Beijing – China

November 25th, 2015

Stretching across six meters, Loominate gives the appearance of a fully functioning fabric making system from the thread feeding to the fabric output.

TRANSMISSION store by Tomasz Linke, Poznań – Poland

September 24th, 2014

We use the highest quality materials free from harmful substances impacting human health. Everything is produced in humanitarian conditions and in line with strict ethical standards. Only in limited quantities. We are taking care to choose natural materials which are also eco friendly.


Rossignoli Garibaldi 71 Bicycle by Themocracy and Thomas Sandell

May 28th, 2014

Combining ‘Scandinavian beauty with Italian heritage and handcraft’, the bicycle is proudly handmade in Milan and features a selection of chrome accents added by Mr.Sandell, including the break-wires and pedals as well as a Brooks saddle and grips and the option to add a three speed gear box.

Karamelleriet handmade caramels branding by Bessermachen

August 31st, 2013

Inspiration. The entire expression is based on the most essential: the caramel. The contrasting curves which occurs during the whole process and the simple and elegant expression the finished caramel has.

Penhaligon’s boutique by Christopher Jenner, London

February 4th, 2013

This design is an assembly of these values created via pattern, form and texture in a synthesis of traditional English handcraft and high-tech manufacturing. Styled as a symbiosis of the classic and contemporary, the concept investigates a thoroughly current fusion of classic Edwardian splendour and Japanese Manga.