Tintology- Color Therapy Pharmaceuticals

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Designer Alice Dobbie thought about a fictional color pharmacy when creating Tintology where colors are prescribed to help counteract various common emotional health issues and concerns, fight depression or unpleasant state of mind. Don't we all know by now that color has a profound impact on our emotions? The idea is based on the findings of Faber Birren (1900-1988) that provided evidence of certain …

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A Cannabis Set That Resembles Your Grandma’s Style

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To celebrate the legalization of cannabis in Canada, Castor Studio designed the Heirloom Stack Collection, a vintage-inspired set to resemble antique crystal with the idea of creating familiar objects far from the typical look of marijuana accessories. The series was developed for Canadian brand Tokyo Smoke, which focuses on luxury products for marijuana users that embrace beautiful design along with alternative states of …

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Our Top 5 Findings This Week

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We get often asked the question of where we get our inspiration from. Welcome back to Our Top 5 Findings this week where will give you some insights of a few internet readings we pick every two weeks. They’re not Interior Design related only, but cover a wider array of fields. We hope you’ll find it interesting. ART 1// Blurring the line between real and …

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The powerful design pieces by Aldo Bakker

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Dutch artist Aldo Bakker has recently showcased some of his powerful and original design pieces at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York. "Powerful, elegant and filled with personality, Aldo's furniture brings a new perspective, not seen before in the design space" said gallery co-founder Loic Le Gaillard in a project statement. Hard not to agree. Self-Taught designer, Aldo Bakker started his …

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Tableau, the space where flower design becomes art

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Tableau is a dramatic retail space in the heart of Copenhagen where flower design becomes an art installation. The shop is characterized by the theatrical combination of raw materials and the softness of flowers, unique lines of design and contemporary art. Behind Tableau there is Julius Værnes Iversen who runs Copenhagen’s popular BB Blomster flower stores together with his brother Magnus. …

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Bacteria patterns for the new lamps by Jan Klingler

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Bacteria are the creators of the abstract pattern of these led lamps designed by Jan Klingler. The designer was fascinated by the possible relation between industrial design and chemistry, whose combination has created some exciting projects recently. Through the help of microbiologist Volkan Özenci, Jan Klingler  was able to rationalize the process and create the “In the new light” lighting collection. The designer started …

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