David Shrigley for Flying Tiger

Super-colorful and playful, the new collaboration between Flying Tiger Copenhagen and David Shrigley—called “Strong Messages”—includes everything for heading back to school or work. From pencils and totes, to tablet sleeves, notebooks, and iPad and iPhone cases, the products are useful for any office. Beyond desk work, the line offers up a few bonuses: a towel, shower curtain, and even bathroom scales. Our favorite, however, is …

Maison & Objet 2015: be-poles’ L’Article Collection

The typography-loving French studio makes everyday items appealing

Graphic design studio be-poles—founded in 2000 by architect Antoine Ricardou and with offices in Paris and New York—has worked with the likes of Colette, Diptyque and The Nomad Hotel, among many others. And, like many creative companies, the studio has evolved into a multi-disciplinary endeavor and now has its own product line. It all started eight years ago, when be-poles first branched out into product …

Fashionary + Henrik Vibskov 2015 Weekly Planner

A bold and inspirational way to stay organized next year

Fashionary has joined forces with the talented Henrik Vibskov for a 2015 planner that’s bright, bold and encompasses the spirited style so many love about the conceptual Danish designer. As Fashionary’s first-ever pocket-sized notebook, it also boasts Vibskov’s signature “Africa” print—as seen on backpacks, dresses and T-shirts from previous collections. With a great mind behind the design, and such an exciting print to peep every …

Thornwillow Press Correspondence Cards

Showing the same attention to quality and design to cards as they do with their hand-bound books

While the price of Thornwillow Press‘ hand-bound, limited edition letterpress printed books—meant to last more than a lifetime—can reach a couple thousand dollars, you can still get a taste of the brand’s dedication to quality and design through their paper stationery. The Newburgh, New York-based book makers have just announced their 2014 spring collection so we’re swapping out our Profuse Thank You cards for their …

Plumb Goods Notebooks

A new kind of journal, designed by different artists every season, that's meant to be judged by its cover

Just about every bookstore has that one display of notebooks up by the register; filled with the same, cookie-cutter selection of bound paper. The journals aren’t so much dated as they are uninspiring. Thus, we’re happy to have come across Plumb, a new brand of notebooks designed by artists. They are the creation of San Francisco-based artist Tucker Nichols, who would hack store-bought journals to …