anna brones

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Posts Tagged ‘Japanese design

Scandinavia Meets Japan: New IKEA Designs

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I wouldn’t necessarily put Japanese and Scandinavian design together, but for its spring collection IKEA is launching Charlotta, a collection of fabrics designed by Åsa Ekströ. The result is a manga-inspired textile series. And although I’m not usually a huge fan of all things manga, I am loving the origami moose tea cozy.

[Via: Room and Serve]

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Written by Anna Brones

February 9, 2010 at 06:00

Creative Japanese Barcodes

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creative barcodes

These creative barcodes were created by Japanese design firm d-brand. Brings new life to an otherwise everyday design that tends to go unnoticed design.

[Via: PSFK]

Written by Anna Brones

November 10, 2009 at 09:50