Jewelry by Eric Saeter

Handcrafted rings inspired by surreal structures and existential themes

Influenced by existential Nouvelle Vague films and the dark Northwest wilderness, Eric Saeter‘s eponymous jewelry line is marked by rich detail and surreal structures. The Seattle native was initially driven to the trade in 2008 by what he felt was a lack of inspiring jewelry on the market. Since then his work has continued to grow in its level of craftsmanship and unique, unisex style. …

Alphabetical Poster

From Atari to Zelda, video game typography

Channeling his ingenuous passion for video games into ingenious graphic design, Brazilian illustrator and designer Maicon Costa created his “Alphabetical Poster” to spark a nostalgic conversation that aims to “stimulate memory and sensitize the audience.” With Mario, Pac-man and more in between, the inspired typeface spans the classic Donkey Kong barrel to the X-Box logo. It’s a piece that came to fruition over the course …

Bike Shelf

Free up floorspace with a wooden bike mount that doubles as a shelf

After visiting friends in both New York and San Francisco, furniture maker Chris Brigham realized that there was very little effort going toward proper bike management and maintenance coast to coast. The resulting Bike Shelf by the one-man design team (whose graphic design background includes a stint at Google) joins his home furniture line, Knife & Saw. A cleverly efficient way to store bikes, the …