Ersinhan Ersin

June 7, 2010

some of the most creative graphic design works that I’ve come across lately.

“Ersinhan was born in Sakarya in 1984. He began studying Visual Communication Design at Gazi University in 2006. Whilst working professionally in various sectors of design, he also produces video, animation, visual placement and performance work on the side. Having won several awards both locally and internationally, Ersinhan’s work has also been exhibited in various collective exhibitions in Italy, Holland, Belgium and China.”








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awesome logos of 2009

April 12, 2010

creative usage of the negative-positive space relationship.




















Vapur Anti-Bottle

February 17, 2010

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Don’t you hate carrying around your empty water bottle, just because you feel bad throwing it out? The Vapur Anti-bottle conveniently solves that problem in a matter of folds. Once you’re done with it, you can roll it up and stick it in your pocket. Pretty handy.

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Box Light

February 13, 2010

boxlight-1.jpgThe ingeniously simple Box Light from Design House Stockholm works like a drawer, pulling in and out of its shell to adjust how much light emanates from it.

For more illumination, slide the light out. For less, slip it further back into the case and simply touch its surface to turn it on or off.

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The work of Finnish designer Jonas Hakaniemi, the Box Light comes in black, gray or silver for $275 and will be available from Design House Stockholm’s online store.

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Halo is designed by Aïssa Logerot. The LED spray can comes with a number of different colored LED nozzles for changing the color of the light. Just like the rechargeable flashlights you shake to power the light, Halo uses kinetic energy to power the LED. Makes a lot sense considering that you need to shake an ordinary spray paint can before you can begin painting.

See her ofter projects such as instable, madame est servie, lampad’air, feel and office stool.

LED Spray Can for Light Graffiti

LED Spray Can for Light Graffiti



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“Dutch architectural studio in cooperation with SeARCH Studio Christian Muller Architects designed and built amazing villa Vals, which combines modern approach of building houses with the primitive.

This house, which was built in Switzerland and so well fits into the natural landscape of the area that is doomed to become local celebrity. Villa completely hidden from human eyes in Inside the hill, which makes her look like a hole of some fantastic character.”

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I’m excited about the idea and I’m sure it’ll protect the owners of the house from excessive heat of the summer and all; however I’m not so sure that it fits with the environment it’s built in. See the last photo I’ve posted.

Villa-Hole by Dutch architectural studio

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Sliced Bread Notebook

December 20, 2009

A talented Turkish designer, Burak Kaynak, who has an unique way of looking at the environment.
I had featured his t-shirt sketchbook previously.
Visit his site.

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I’d Buy These

December 19, 2009

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she is a great hand-lettering artist whom you’ve probably heard of.
see more of her work here.

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December 14, 2009

Studio Ooms in Eindhoven, Holland is run by Guido Ooms and Karin van Lieshout. They design beautiful and practical products. I love the humour in their designs with products such as the Road Kill Carpet and The Rocker, a universal attachment to turn any standard chair into a rocking chair.

Check out their other interesting products such as; solar birdhouse, wooden USB stick, ceramic dildo, goldplated staples, rebellious cabinet and so many more.

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