The modular desk organizer, designed by London based design Hector Serrano for the Italian company Seletti, is made from white porcelain and comes in 3 variations, Warehouse, Ship, and City. The pieces can either be used separately or organized together to create your own architecture.
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My Desk, by Lisbon, Portugal based designer Miguel Mestre, beautifully combines the note book and the work surface. The desk features a huge pad of blank white 100cm x 70 cm paper allowing you to sketch, take notes, and doodle to you your heart desire while working. When its filled, just tear the sheet off & you have a clean new surface to work on. Photos by Rui Valido.
The new Primary Clocks by designer David Weatherhead & GOODD for Thorsten van Elten are beautifully simple. The Douglas Fir bodies are screen printed with bright pops of color in two styles, a half circle and segmented hours. The clocks are £75 in the Theo Online Store.
The FELIX Desk Organizer is a brilliantly simple organizer for your desktop clutter by LESS & MORE, an Vienna based label run by visual artists Leo & Hannah. The Poplar wood is hand-finished with an environmentally safe coating that meets the DIN EN 71, Part 3 specs, or more commonly referred to as “Toy Safe.” You can have one of your very own for $59.00 from Supermarket.
The Tiffin Lunch Kit by Vancouver, Canada based designer Lorea Sinclaire is a beautiful experiment in mobile eating. The porcelain, steel & cork lunch kit, with its ties to bento boxes, can accommodate a large array of lunch combinations in an easy to carry & store kit. Sinclaire currently has the Tiffin Luch Kit up for sale on her website for a reasonable $65.00.
I remember playing with these when I was kid, using a spoon to transfer letters to just about everything I could. Veer initially made these as a promotion to give to their top clients, but they quickly realized that every type nerd out there would love them. $18.00 on Veer gets you your own set. The set comes with 5 sheets, each a different Veer typeface.
Present&Correct has release some awesome new stamps as a continuation of wildly popular “From The Desk Of” stamps. The stamps, used to add some fun to your correspondence, come in 20 different variations ranging from “Photo By:” to “Thank You.” Each stamp sells for £3.75 ($6.15) on their website.
MIO released two new amazing products at ICFF this year along with new colorways for their Nomad System. The new products, both by MIO’s Creative Director Jaime Salm and designer Alex Undi, Tack Frame & 4 styles of Foldscape drop ceiling tiles, Bloom, Crystal, Peak & Square represent new directions for MIO with the old technologies they have made relevant again in product design.
Cork Peg by Molo Design, famous for their soft-walls, is an elegant hanging solution for just about anything, as long as it weighs less than 4.85 pounds) you can hang on a hook. The magnetic mounting solution they came up with allows you to easily move the peg around while at the same time hiding ugly screws. Cork Pegs can be purchased on the Molo Design Store for $50.00 for a set of 2.
I really, really want one of these rugs by Gothenburg, Sweden based rug makers By Second Studio. Their geometric rugs are hand-made using 100% pure wool and all come in a wide array of brilliant color combinations, patterns, and sizes. One of these would look awesome in the studio in front of my danish modern couch! By Second Studio’s rugs are all available online at 2Modern.com.