Love the colours on this Defender by Paul Smith for Land Rover

A beautiful new book by Gestalten: The Great Wide Open, an ode to the outdoors, bound to awaken a thirst for adventure and prompt you to act on it. 

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Really love the new paper goods and desktop brand Appointed – as featured on  A Continuous Lean

The Wave House, a coastal family residence designed by Apollo Architects on Designboom

We really love Celia-Hanne‘s Emissaire glass set at Biennale Design Saint-Etienne – on Designboom

A Self-help Guide to the Internet – Coupland, Basar and Obrist deliver their print interpretation of the digital world with a brilliant self-help guide to the extreme present. On AnOther

Check out the beautiful images of Kay Jan

Very much like the colors and style of the new Burberry Prorsum collection.

Observatorium’s Hallenhaus look out point provides open-air tranquility. On Designboom

This image says it al. 

Big fairs like Art Basel Hong Kong are great for business, but bad for art, says

Buster & Punch are launching their highly anticipated LED BUSTER BULB on March 18th. Check out Trendland for more information on these gorgeous light bulbs!

Faig Ahmed’s deconstructed carpet art – as shared on Trendland

The project, “A flag for every home”, is one that started with a thought that every home is a micronation, with its inhabitant as its ruler and that every nation needs an emblem. Love that! By AMATEURS.

Love this: Knyttan — Digital knitwear, made to order.

Really love this Jungians Max Bill Chronoscope. As featured on Acquire

Marlène Huissoud uses insect by-products to develop new materials — on Dezeen

Absolutely love the work of Japanese graphic designer Kenjiro Sano. ‘His creative career is now the subject of a retrospective. And headlining the show is “HOKUSAI_LINE,” a new series of prints that are inspired by the legendary Ukiyo-e artist Katsushika Hokusai but created in a cubist, typographical style.’ As shared on Spoon & Tamago

A decade of transition by Rapha

The 1980s was a period of real change in the professional peloton. It entered the decade in woollen jerseys, on steel frames and using leather toe straps, but came out the other side dressed in flamboyant polyester, riding carbon fibre and clipped into ‘clipless’ pedals. Yet it wasn’t just engineering or man-made fibres that modernised road racing. TV companies and acquisitive corporate sponsors both played a part in globalising a sport that hadn’t changed much since the 1930s, and which, even by the Eighties, had barely stepped outside Europe.

Behind Comme des Garçons’ iconic AW88 campaign on Dazed Digital

Nicolas Jaar and Brian Jackson soundtrack a soulful tribute to victims of police brutality on Nowness

You can’t think about thinking without thinking about thinking about something.

Seymour Papert — ‘Beyond “The Uncanny Valley”’ by Joichi Ito on