One Coffee Cup a Day

July 1st, 2011

One Coffee Cup a Day is a project by Bernat Cuni. He designed 30 variations of the classic espresso coffee cup during 30 days. The cool thing about this, is the fact that you can actually buy them. When you order one, it will be printed 3D in glazed ceramics by Shapeways. Unfortunately there are only 3D renderings of the designs, it would have been interesting to see the real 3D ceramic product.

found at iGNANT

Unusable Tableware

June 2nd, 2010

Unusable Tableware by David Clarke.

found at designboom weblog

Alphablast

April 21st, 2010

Alphablast is a series of decorated drinking glasses designed by Marco Dessí. He used orange nets as a template to sandblast their pattern onto fine Lobmeyr mouthblown glass. A very simple idea with a nice outcome. Each glass is unique.

found at dezeen

New York Delft

January 12th, 2010

This “New York Delft” porcelain dinnerware set by Lovegrove & Repucci, is probably the only kind of Delft I would ever buy.

Robert Lazzarini

January 5th, 2010

This teacup by Robert Lazzarini is not just a basic Photoshop filter but a real sculpture. Actually, all his artworks are distorted objects.

found at cammmpo

Pop-up Table

November 30th, 2009

Pop-up Table by Katinka Versendaal.

Pop-up Table by Katinka Versendaal

Pop-up Table by Katinka Versendaal

Pop-up Table by Katinka Versendaal
photo by _tinnevl

Pop-up Table by Katinka Versendaal
photo by _tinnevl

found at mocoloco

3 Sets by 5.5 Designers

May 12th, 2009

The 5.5 Designers were inspired by Roland-Garros when they designed “3 Sets”. The names of the 3 objects are of course tennis related. The stool is called BREAK and was corded by the official Roland-Garros official cordeur Laurent Lucas. The decanter and glasses are called ACE, they look like the typical tubes where you store your tennis balls in. The last item is the 15-30 BOARD which is a homage to the mythical scores board in Paris.

3 Sets by 5.5 Designers

3 Sets by 5.5 Designers

3 Sets by 5.5 Designers

3 Sets by 5.5 Designers

found at designboom weblog

Method of Drinking Fairy Tale

May 1st, 2009

“Method of Drinking Fairy Tale” is a set of 2 water glasses by D-BROS. Simple idea, good execution.

Method of Drinking Fairy Tale by D-BROS

Method of Drinking Fairy Tale by D-BROS

Method of Drinking Fairy Tale by D-BROS

Method of Drinking Fairy Tale by D-BROS

found via rurulala

Anamorphosis

April 29th, 2009

Anamorphosis is a collection of platters by Luc d’Hanis & Sofie Lachaert for Droog. The distorted drawing on the platters only reveals themselves when you place a reflective object in the middle of the platter.

Anamorphosis by Luc d'Hanis & Sofie Lachaert

Anamorphosis by Luc d'Hanis & Sofie Lachaert

Anamorphosis by Luc d'Hanis & Sofie Lachaert

Anamorphosis by Luc d'Hanis & Sofie Lachaert

Décalés

April 7th, 2009

Décalés, another very nice collection of glassware by Laurence Brabant.

Décalés by Laurence Brabant

Décalés by Laurence Brabant

Décalés by Laurence Brabant

found at designboom weblog


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