Line Icons of the World's Most Famous Landmarks
Makers Company is a design studio from South Africa that created this awesome set of 12 line icons for some of the world's most famous landmarks. Each icon is very simple but right on point, it's beauty within the lines. Check it out!
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An Extraordinary World by Marc Ange
From an elongated spider chair to a milky-veined astral table, celebrated Franco-Italian designer Marc Ange unveils an Extraordinary World at Palazzo Cusani, a 17th-century palace in the Brera Design District. It features a “sensory bar” and an outdoor court created in collaboration with St-Germain liquor, where he putted his imaginative spin on the elderflower used in the brand’s iconic spirits.
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Table tennis paddles get a creative makeover
to raise funds for a table tennis club in Glasgow
Aptly named SPIN, the show features table tennis paddles customised by artists, illustrators and designers from across Scotland.
Created by Glasgow-based design studio, Pim-Pam, names include Kirstie Addis, Greig Anderson, Craig Black, Niall Smillie, Diane Dawson, Chris Whyte, Poster Project, Paul Daly, Anna Dunn, Stuart Kerr, Marcus Marritt, Rachel E Millar, Jonny Mowat, Barry Thomson, Conzo Throb, Frank Quitely, KMG, Siobhan Ogg and Ishbel Mackenzie.
All proceeds from the three-week fundraiser will go to Drumchapel Table Tennis Club (DTTC), who provide a vital service in the heart of Glasgow.