The first new camera system in over 20 years for the original instant photo format –– available from May 12th at the Impossible Project Pop-Up.
Stockholm in February is not for wimps, but we’re grabbing our thickest coats and heading to the world’s largest meeting place for Scandinavian design. February 8-14 is Stockholm Design Week and we will be popping up at Adlibris Marknad in central Stockholm.
In 1890 cyclists across the country posed proudly with their bicycles. In doing so they declared a kind of independence and embrace of technology that enabled freedom, whilst reinforcing their identity as modern and forward-thinking. Over a century later, Biomega, the Copenhagen-based designer bicycle brand, evokes the same ethos in its riders.
Fifteen years after the inception of Hövding, the inflatable-helmet, Terese Alstin uses her experience as both entrepreneur and inventor to create a platform that encourages women designers to “keep kicking ass.”
It is easy to be overwhelmed by the far reaching diameter of Los Angeles. From the outskirts it seems brash and unbecoming, but beneath it is a host of inspiring individuals and endeavours. We asked six designers who participated in our current exhibition, Sight Unseen: Site Specific/L.A, to decipher LA by sharing their favorite local spots.
Austere is pleased to announce an exhibition of contemporary design from Los Angeles, curated by the influential online magazine Sight Unseen. The show, entitled Site Specific: L.A., will be on view from December 5, 2015 – February 14, 2016.