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Darling Clementine is a small Norwegian design agency inspired by the past and their Scandinavian design heritage. The masterminds behind this design studio are Ingrid Reithaug & Tonje Holand. Darling Clementine takes pride in producing great stationery products for all occasions, always with a new and fresh approach.
Woouf! is a young and multidisciplinary design studio born in Barcelona. They design exclusive and avant-garde products with a single mission: make a difference. They innovate and work for a combination of creativity, functionality and quality. Woouf products personalize spaces and create style: 1. Cupcake Bean Bag, 2. Boombox Bean Bag, 3. Synth Bean Bag, 4. Amp Bean Bag
The EVOKE Mio Radio by Orla Kiely is just so darn cute! This radio comes with a mirror chromed folding handle, walnut veneered cabinet, cream fascia and a stylish leather tag and the iconic multi stem Orla Kiley pattern. It is packed with features too, including digital and FM radio (this feature only works in the UK), an input for your iPod/MP3 player, Intellitext and textSCAN, a striking auto-dimming OLED display, an alarm, a kitchen timer and a USB connector for future product upgrades. ** US readers: You’ll need to buy a UK to American Outlet Plug Adapter so you can plug it into a US electrical socket. Continue reading after the jump for an image of the adapter.
FieldCandy is an exciting design-led brand of tents. They inject color, creativity and fun into the camping space by offering a range of unexpected designs. FieldCandy tents are fun but they’re serious too. They keep you as dry in the rain and as snug in a gale as any conventional high performance tent. And because they use a good old-fashioned cotton inner tent, you don’t get the condensation that comes as standard with most modern tents.
For Mothers who love fresh flowers, give her displays to show them off. Since 2004, Chive has consistently delivered fresh and innovative designs to showcase the individual beauty of the flower. Chive vases easily compliment any setting, from the most traditional to the most contemporary.
Julie West started out as a traditional media artist – using primarily acrylic, gouache, and technical pens. After spending a few years working as a print and web designer, various computer and design related elements began to surface in her work. Now her work is created with traditional means about half of the time – the rest being digital or a combination of the two.
Here are some of her brilliant collaborations: 1. Mr. Lion mousepad for Poketo, 2. Julie West Chubby Book for Pinkghost, 3. Julie West Artist Bags for Jansport, 4. Julie West Tea Set for Click for Art, 5. Raindrop Girl Mugo Player, 6. Julie West UK Dunny for Kidrobot, 7. Julie West Artist Series Sunglasses for Angel Eyewear