Meet the Italian illustrator Elisa Ansuini and discover her illustrated world made of flying houses, sweet cats and warm colours.
Minimal art, geometric lines and colors: a beautiful work about neatness. Meeting Fausto Montanari, Italian illustrator who loves the sea.
With the temperatures starting to increase, it’s the right moment to present the memobottle – the not round, environmentally friendly water bottle.
Giovanna Giuliano never underestimates the power of listening. In fact, most of the characters she draws are without the mouth. Discover more.
SKURA Design is a small Lithuanian brand that crafts beautiful and enchanting lamps made by coconut shells in excess. An example of sustainable design.
The work of Daphne Zuilhof puts a special accent on creating small pieces of furniture that have a high degree of adaptability.
Francesca Sanna, Italian illustrator now based in Zurich, creates red & blue illustrations often connected to the sea and its beauty.
Studio Tramas is an Italian studio based in Cagliari (Sardinia) that creates products with ancestral soul and contemporary look.
Nathalie Dackelid is a Swedish design student who creates extendable and adjustable furniture that are perfect for tiny apartments.
Oitenta brand produces objects, small pieces of furniture and home accessories that are useful, creative and have a high level of quality.
Mar Cerdà, Spanish illustrator based in Barcelona, transforms Wes Anderson movie scenes into tiny dioramas that are proper paper miracles.
Nevena Katalina creates dreamy, geometric and abstract illustrations that are emotional explosions.