The Happiness Brewery is an art project by french blog Happiness is a Beginning. What they do is sharing emotions that people send them by email and print them on labels, finding place on different sized bottles. Currently they are working hard to make those objects produced for people who are interested in having their personal potions and they’ll set a price for it soon. At the end of the day though, it’s a ‘love share’ project which might lead to a book or an exhibition in Paris. They select stories for their emotional potential, trying not to be redundant and keeping the original energy behind this idea. The bottles are empty, up to you to put a perfume, an alcohol or anything you want to put in.
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Duffy London design studio are pleased to introduce to you, the UP Coffee Table, designed by Christopher Duffy. Working with the illusion of levitation and buoyancy, the UP coffee table is a playful trompe l’oeil, giving the impression that a piece of glass is being suspended by small balloons. This table is a limited edition of twenty, hand made in the UK, and designed without compromise to manufacturing processes, and so are extremely time consuming to create.
“Simple way of organizing your books by turkish Designer Mebrure Oral
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Wardrobe is the first industrial design project of the spanish fashion designer Carla Cervara. In this work she mixed the art of stuff-taxidermy with the couture in order to build this armchair . Wardrobe is a clever and renewable design. It is a handcrafted wooden chair, which has a collection of cushions that you can play to make different compositions, also sewn by hand. The project was selected by Homeless Design, a platform to bring new talent to the fore, for the Homeless design showroom in Milan during the Salone del Mobile in 2012. The exhibition showcases design small-scale production of handmade objects that utilise recycled and upcycled materials for minimal cost.
Materials: Oakwood chair (manufactured in Treviso, Italy); Handmade cushions (kvadrat textiles). Contact: email@example.com. Homeless design: http://www.homelessdesign.net/
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