Posts Tagged 'cardboard'

Teach your kids to become font-designers

This toy prototype helps your kids not only their ABCs but also the basics of font design. Instead of 26 distinct letters, the oversize, 4-inch recycled-cardboard cubes (known as “Letterboxes”) divvy up the alphabet into combining geometric parts. The cubes can be stacked in all sorts of combinations to produce a variety of shapes and letterforms. The typeface is available as a free download.

THX Daan @ reggs 4 the tip

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Cardboard sky

The architecure studen Daniel Morrison created this cardboard sky. I like how he calls the carboard ‘humble material’.
The design makes use of small star shaped pieces of cardboard that are slotted together and folded to provide structure. These individual pieces can be assembled into any size collection. the resulting patchwork creates a graphical pattern that comes about randomly from the pr-existing patterns on the boxes. By digitizing each pattern, the assemblages can even be strategically assembled to create images or messages.

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Check Daniel Morisson’s website
Also read the other cardboard story’s on Inspirationspam
Source: Designboom

Cardboard Wine box/table

Linkdesign Amsterdam designed this cardboard wine box/table for Dutch online shop design4wine.nl. The shop is also an initiative of Linkdesign together with a wine buyer. Again, a different way of ROI (return on investment) for a design agency.
Nice sustainable interior design object. (and you know how I feel about cardboard by now ;-). It’s also available with custom top. Check for details design4wine.nl. (in Dutch only)

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Also read these and these story’s about cardboard on this blog.

For the love of carboard

Ok, you probably know by now this blog is, for a small part, dedicated to the best non-material ever: cardboard. So I just had to show you the work of British designer Gilles Miller. I stumbled upon his work through an article on designboom.

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I used the images of Gilles Miller’s website and I also I took the courtesy to rip of some of the pictures of website of designboom, taken during the London Designweek 2009.

Check Gilles Miller’s website
Also read  these storys on this blog

iPhone Recession Case

Since cardboard has become a theme on this blog I just had to report on this one: The iPhone recession case. If you like it, you can buy it here.

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Also read these stories on this blog.
Source: Swiss-Miss

Disposable technology

Fascinating ‘cardboard’ thought from Britisch designer Kyle Bean. A series of cardboard sculptures as a response to our consumer relationship with technology and rapid evolution of this technology.

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Also check my other posts on cardboard.
Source: Designboom.com

Inspiratie-snack 15

Nog meer karton (begint wel een thematje te worden op deze blog ;-)

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Briljant werk van Psyop, check de clip op z’n site en ook de rest van z’n werk. www.psyop.tv
Bekijk ook:
De verpakking = het product 
Inspiratie snack 7
Ruimte is communicatie

TNX Theoniek voor de tip


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