Our friend and great typographer, Prague-based Tomáš Brousil of Suitcase Type Foundry has created this extremely realistic drawing of the Fokker airplane in his free time.

Airplanes are big passion for Tomáš who is one of the most interesting makers of typefaces of our time. His digital drawing presents one of the famous fight airplanes of the World War I.






Our friend and great typographer, Prague-based Tomáš Brousil of Suitcase Type Foundry has created this extremely realistic drawing of the Fokker airplane in his free time.

Airplanes are big passion for Tomáš who is one of the most interesting makers of typefaces of our time. His digital drawing presents one of the famous fight airplanes of the World War I.






Arttu Kuisma has designed this lamp including steel bar and felt lampshade to attach it wherever you want.

Valo can be placed on the edge of a table or a book can be used to support the frame and the base for lamp is ready.











Designed in 1968, this series of posters is the example of the connection of action painting with graphics and typography.

Created by famous French action painter and abstractionist George Mathieu (1921 - 2012), who invented with some others style of tachisme, these posters for Air France are expresionist compositions representing several travel destinations.

His expresionist style meets sensitive realistic motives of the famous locations from Japan to Mexico or Greece.










Designed in 1968, this series of posters is the example of the connection of action painting with graphics and typography.

Created by famous French action painter and abstractionist George Mathieu (1921 - 2012), who invented with some others style of tachisme, these posters for Air France are expresionist compositions representing several travel destinations.

His expresionist style meets sensitive realistic motives of the famous locations from Japan to Mexico or Greece.


Originally designed during the 1950s by Max Bill (1908 – 1994), his Automatic Chronograph watches are in production again.

German watch-making company Junghans has collaborated with Bill on many designs in the 1950s including this watch as well as wall clocks and alarms. Now re-created in the re-edition, this Automatic Chronograph is a masterpiece of form and function. Designed with the aim one of the most minimalist and functionalist designers of all time, the result is very decent and pure.


Originally designed during the 1950s by Max Bill (1908 – 1994), his Automatic Chronograph watches are in production again.

German watch-making company Junghans has collaborated with Bill on many designs in the 1950s including this watch as well as wall clocks and alarms. Now re-created in the re-edition, this Automatic Chronograph is a masterpiece of form and function. Designed with the aim one of the most minimalist and functionalist designers of all time, the result is very decent and pure.


Olympics in London are over. So there is a time for recapitulation. We have discovered five extraordinary sports stadiums built for the Olympics during the second half of the 20th century. Everything in our very own illustration.

Here you have a short survey with the name of the architects, city and year. Your architectural Olympics can start!

1.
Pier Luigi Nervi, Palazzetto dello Sport, Rom, 1960

2.
Kenzo Tange, Tokio, 1964

3.
Felix Candela, Mexico City, 1968

4.
Günther Behnisch a Frei Otto, Mnichov, 1972

5.
Roger Taillibert, Montreal, 1976


Olympics in London are over. So there is a time for recapitulation. We have discovered five extraordinary sports stadiums built for the Olympics during the second half of the 20th century. Everything in our very own illustration.

Here you have a short survey with the name of the architects, city and year. Your architectural Olympics can start!

1.
Pier Luigi Nervi, Palazzetto dello Sport, Rom, 1960

2.
Kenzo Tange, Tokio, 1964

3.
Felix Candela, Mexico City, 1968

4.
Günther Behnisch a Frei Otto, Mnichov, 1972

5.
Roger Taillibert, Montreal, 1976


Olympics in London are over. So there is a time for recapitulation. We have discovered five extraordinary sports stadiums built for the Olympics during the second half of the 20th century. Everything in our very own illustration.

Here you have a short survey with the name of the architects, city and year. Your architectural Olympics can start!

1.
Pier Luigi Nervi, Palazzetto dello Sport, Rom, 1960

2.
Kenzo Tange, Tokio, 1964

3.
Felix Candela, Mexico City, 1968

4.
Günther Behnisch a Frei Otto, Mnichov, 1972

5.
Roger Taillibert, Montreal, 1976