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'Well Proven Chair'

By Marjan Van Aubel and James Shaw

'Say Hello With Moo'

By KesselsKramer

Moo, the innovative online printing company worked with KesselsKramer to devise and launch a new, playfully epic campaign for US market.

The campaign, that will run across TV, radio, digital and OOH, builds on Moo’s dedication to quality and the irreverent outlook of both brand and agency.

The main TV advert and digital spot features a re-imagined business card production process of fantastical proportions. KesselsKramer commissioned the build of a low-fi but functional printing machine, complete with a paper feed treadmill, dedicated screen printer and confetti bellow.

'New Directions Pearls'

By Rodrigo Corral 

'Duality' (in’s, out’s, up’s, down’s)

By Tom Bentley

Luxury Milk’s ‘Features’ section is back with an old favourite, Mr Tom Bentley and his most recent work ‘Duality’. Tom’s sublimation fabric piece and painted plywood shapes are inspired by structural objects from both buildings and botanicals. A triangulated concept attempting to find the middle ground between buildings and plants, through the eyes and interaction(s) of humans.

'Spare Change News'

By Kevin Chao 

'Border Stages'

By Maxime Dossin


Lampent is a project created by Stavros Kotsakis in Gothenburg, Sweden and focuses on the design and construct of custom interior lighting. The lamps are made of historical old objects and various recyclable materials of everyday life. The overall result is an interesting combination of these different objects with a minimalist feeling while keeping their original identity. All lamps are unique, but everything can be repeated to construct after request.

A word from the designer:
Having in mind the uniqueness, functionality and simple view of the lamps, we designed a typographic logo with the purpose of highlighting the most significant values of Lampent. All the letters are custom, with same line weight for simplicity and the stencil cuts are more distinctive than the usual, showing the manual and d.i.y. of each construction/object/lamp. The most important value of Lampent is captured on the logo through the MP ligature showing the connection of different materials, where in the case of letters the readibility is not lost but creates a new and intense style. Finally different materials are represented by the choices of coloured and textured paper of the stationary: grey paper for metal, brown paper on wood, green eco, light pale yellow and finally all contribute to the mild nature of all lamps.
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'Gandules 2011'

By Hey


By Cocolia 

'Pronto' Branding and Print Design

By Eve Warren