Ben Barber's main theme is exploring the character of shapes, looking to challenge conventional and established design archetypes and approach them with a new mindset.
Today I would like to showcase the work of a designer who thoroughly understands contrast: Christian Woo. Christian started his own company in 2006 in Vancouver, BC, and now collaborates with architects and clients across North America. He offers his services as a custom cabinetmaker as well as maki
We've been having a lot of fun lately searching up different pieces of architecture and reading lots of books about modernism in general. Obviously some of our favourites are past designers such as Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier, Eero Saarinen and the almighty Alvar Aalto. But obviously we're not j
Regular readers will have undoubtably noticed our love for Swedish design and creative work, so when I stumbled across this little gem from Swedish filmmaker Gustav Johansson I knew it would fit right into our constantly growing archive. Many of you may have stumbled across the Live The Language con
Many of you I’m sure have come across a lot of photographers committed to the 365 day project over on Flickr, few however will hold the quality of work in their portfolio that Canadian creative Elizabeth Gadd has. Her works are structured around some fantastic locations which look almost untou
Charlie & Lee have been producing some promotional material that really impressed me this morning so I’ve brought it across so we can all appreciate the concept and creativity of their short film. For those who haven’t worked it out for themselves already, this short was crafted to