The Ruta de las guías inciertas book (Guide of the uncertain walks) is a Barcelona travel guide with a twist. It’s an experimental way to plan a visit to Barcelona through the unique drawings of Clara Nubiola. Over the course of a month, Nubiola was sent daily to an unknown departure point with a bag […]
Klas Herbert is a creative Swede living in Barcelona. His drawings are not only visually stunning pieces of art, but also kind of self-describing portraits of his rich, inner world. I’ve known him for several years now. Very few illustrators give so much time and love to one single handmade drawing as he does.
Our Barcelona-based agency, Honest&Smile, presents the first Moleskine Notebook that works as an analog app. It allows you to record split-screen conversations, manually filter images with its Handyfilters (to have fun in Instagram with), and, well, several other surprising uses, too.
The Paris-based Elemotions design studio is pretty small, but his 100 percent artisan products tend to activate big emotions. And hence his name. Its ever-evolving table e-Sputnik emerges as a clean crystal surface landing on three wooden legs, all departing from a solid spherical ball. Nothing else, nothing more. Very limited editions of the product have been produced and sold during the last two years, each one of them unique and with slight alterations from the previous one. Actually, Antonio Morales, the architect behind the firm, keeps on evolving its design, now exploring a completely foldable wood version of his most well-known table, which should be ready for Spring 2013.
Malevo’s Aberraciones Cromáticas is a journey through abstract worlds, late 60’s spacial shapes, and greenish colors wrapped up with a sweet sense of motion graphics. Ok, if that does not sound like anything you can give an image to, or simply nonsense, have a look at the film.