We’d surely try her ergonomic and geometric couch, and we would gladly sit at her delicately feminine and clean desk named ODU. Annabella Hevesi’s projects always
We may not even think about how many and various buildings have “sprung up” in Budapest in the last twenty years. Especially if we broaden the
They like to sit down in a bright and comfortable working space free of distractions, and slip into a creative focus with a cup of coffee.
If you open the book of Ričards Znutiņš-Znutāns, an illustrator from Riga, you’ll be presented 27 human emotions wrapped in curious stories and cubist-like illustrations. Published by
Zsófia Kollár, a Hungarian designer who is living in Amsterdam, moved to the Netherlands because of her studies nine years ago. Her Human Material Loop project,
He has designed an award-winning hand hygiene scanner, a smart and space-saving wheelbarrow, and reconsidered the iconic Tisza SPORT footwear. The work of designer András Húnfalvi,
A little retro, a little punk—Zoran Pungerčar associated this feeling with the sincere admiration of typography and riso printing to create his own art publishing house.
Unfortunately, paging through printed books is increasingly being pushed into the background these days. With the advent of tablets and e-books, the popularity of book-buying began
Kató Lukáts was a star designer. In her day, she made book illustrations, packaging designs and posters (but even furniture!) for a wide variety of customers.
The interview book Digitális perspektívák (Digital Perspectives) was published in November 2021 and gives a picture of the Hungarian digital media through the stories of its
Branding and the visual response—How a brand becomes it’s visual identity by Péter Serfőző, is more than just a book about branding. It teaches and guides
Čierne diery—our favorite community repping Slovak industrial architecture and design—has come out with a gigantic, 400-page publication. The book, featuring abandoned mining towns, reservoirs, and crumbling
The founder of Budapest Bagel and Telep considers himself a renaissance man and if a title should be attached to his name, he feels that ”man
With very little time left of the end-of-year rush, we can soon slow down a bit and make time for things we’ve been putting off all
Have you heard of the concert that was played in an auditorium full of houseplants, or when the school classes were moved to the Spanish coast