Some time ago we have visited paradise of the classic cars. Klassikstadt in Frankfurt am Main is a wonderful place for every classic cars lover.

Renovated old factory houses in its three floors hundreds of classic cars from old Mini Coopers to unique Mercedes, Jaguars and others vintage jewels. Klassikstadt is a gallery, store as well as service for clients, collectors and platform for organizing events or competitions. In its space, the cars stand next to the small renovating workshops, bars, offices or restaurants. It is lively and friendly space when you can walk around and explore fantastic vintage cars. We fell in love with the wonderful Citroën SM (1970) primarily which is a great example of the futuristic concepts in the car design of the 1970s. More on pictures!





We love jazz and graphic designer Milton Glaser (born 1929). These two things meet in the set of album covers he created for Columbia Records Jazz Odyssey series.

It was around 1964 when young graphic designer was approached by Columbia Records to visualize history of jazz in the series of three compilation records. He used colorful style illustration in which energy of black music is so evident. Music and dancing is melted into the festival of colors and organic forms.

Five years later he used the similar creative principe for Blue Roots compilation created for Poppy Records.





We love jazz and graphic designer Milton Glaser (born 1929). These two things meet in the set of album covers he created for Columbia Records Jazz Odyssey series.

It was around 1964 when young graphic designer was approached by Columbia Records to visualize history of jazz in the series of three compilation records. He used colorful style illustration in which energy of black music is so evident. Music and dancing is melted into the festival of colors and organic forms.

Five years later he used the similar creative principe for Blue Roots compilation created for Poppy Records.


Shot at Magazin design store in München, this beautiful miniature sailboat is produced by the American company Tippecanoe Boats.

The company was founded in 1983 by boats designer and trans-atlantic sailor Will Lesh and Cynthia Rogers Lesh. They decided to produced finely designed and made models of the sailboats with very minimalist and pure shapes. Today they produce everything from the RC sailboats, to the free sailing boats, to the accessories.

When we saw this model, we fell in love. Next year we are sailing.





Our complete graphic work for OKOLO and Pedal Project is now in the permanent collection of The Prague-based Museum of Decorative Arts (UPM).

Thanks!




Our complete graphic work for OKOLO and Pedal Project is now in the permanent collection of The Prague-based Museum of Decorative Arts (UPM).

Thanks!


Peter Opsvik (born 1939) is less known Norwegian industrial designer. But his chairs are famous examples of the orthodox ergonomic design.

All of his chairs are strictly based on human behavior, proportions of the body and its needs and function. The chairs are moveable, rocking, rhythmical or very originally designed hung on strings and other constructions. Always for the better body function and its comfort.

Here we present one of his less known designs. His Reflex I chair was first presented at The Movement - Peter Opsvik exhibition in Ghent. "I believe that we always have a rhythm beating inside of us, and that this rhythm should be able to express itself while we sit as well. When sitting suspended, the smallest twitch of a muscle is enough to set the body in motion in a natural rhythm or frequency corresponding to the body's needs and the requirements, physical as well as mental. Perhaps such movements spark associations to the time when we floated effortlessly in the womb?", says designer about this project.

Most recently his famous Garden chair was reproduced in the collection of The Norwegian company Rybo. But about it maybe later.



Peter Opsvik (born 1939) is less known Norwegian industrial designer. But his chairs are famous examples of the orthodox ergonomic design.

All of his chairs are strictly based on human behavior, proportions of the body and its needs and function. The chairs are moveable, rocking, rhythmical or very originally designed hung on strings and other constructions. Always for the better body function and its comfort.

Here we present one of his less known designs. His Reflex I chair was first presented at The Movement - Peter Opsvik exhibition in Ghent. "I believe that we always have a rhythm beating inside of us, and that this rhythm should be able to express itself while we sit as well. When sitting suspended, the smallest twitch of a muscle is enough to set the body in motion in a natural rhythm or frequency corresponding to the body's needs and the requirements, physical as well as mental. Perhaps such movements spark associations to the time when we floated effortlessly in the womb?", says designer about this project.

Most recently his famous Garden chair was reproduced in the collection of The Norwegian company Rybo. But about it maybe later.









New collection of The French fashion house Dior is a real fashion camouflage. So for the shooting of its representative press catalogue we prepare the exact fashion environment made out of eccentric fashion advertisements where every fashion lover is hidden in the flashy colors and glamorous models.

Anselm Reyle is an artist who works in different medias from sculpture to graphic, currently lives in Berlin and is one of the representatives of the prestigious Gagosian gallery. But also he designed last special collection for Dior for Spring 2012. It is based on the use of the bright flashy colors in the army camouflage forms and their application on the accessories line. Glamorous fashion camo inspired by kitsch, as well as postmodernism is presented in this big luxurious catalogue.

We took it into the good company of fashion magazines where we try how does this Dior and Anselm Reyle`s camouflage work in the lights of fashion graphics and visuals.









New collection of The French fashion house Dior is a real fashion camouflage. So for the shooting of its representative press catalogue we prepare the exact fashion environment made out of eccentric fashion advertisements where every fashion lover is hidden in the flashy colors and glamorous models.

Anselm Reyle is an artist who works in different medias from sculpture to graphic, currently lives in Berlin and is one of the representatives of the prestigious Gagosian gallery. But also he designed last special collection for Dior for Spring 2012. It is based on the use of the bright flashy colors in the army camouflage forms and their application on the accessories line. Glamorous fashion camo inspired by kitsch, as well as postmodernism is presented in this big luxurious catalogue.

We took it into the good company of fashion magazines where we try how does this Dior and Anselm Reyle`s camouflage work in the lights of fashion graphics and visuals.