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Shop Hunting Tuesdays - 13/05/2014

Gutav by Mert Gutav   |    http://etsy.com/shop/gutav

Mert is a 26-year-old multi-disciplinary art director & user interface designer from Istanbul. He has big passion about creating useful and beautiful stuff while learning new things and improving his skills. He collaborate with clients to determine user needs, requirements and goals for designing positive user experiences and interfaces for both web and mobile applications/sites. After all, users are your biggest stakeholders.

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13 May

Nikolo Kerimov    |    http://behance.net/Nikolo

Nikolo is an industrial designer based in Finland. He is focused on graphic design, product design, furniture design and packaging.

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8 May

TDZG / Zagreb Design Week: 23 - 27 / 04 / 2014

For the very first time in Croatia, welcome to a series of events and gatherings not only for designers, but art historians, economists, journalists and the general public alike. Lectures, exhibitions, workshops and awards will draw public attention as a promotion of creativity and invention. The program consists of three core events: Auto(r) - the biggest automotive design conference in Europe, Judgement Day - an independent festival of creative communication and Produkteka - business platform product design.

For all the details visit the official website

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23 Apr

Studio 8585    |    http://studio8585.com

"Pij! — a traditional pottery for contemporary use. A self-initiated design & research project that explores the use of bukaleta, a traditional Croatian pottery jug from the regions of Kvarner & Istria. It is a contemporary adaptation of the traditional design."

Studio8585 is a Croatian design studio which develops bespoke visual identities, responsive websites and other associated materials including stationery, books, posters, brochures and signage for international and local clients. 

They believe that good design produces effective and meaningful outcomes, adds value & inspires. That is why their approach is conceptual, focused on the process and based on close collaboration with their clients. They listen, ask questions and research, often challenging the brief in a search of the simple and practical solutions that are versatile and human. Equal competence across print and screen and their wide collaborative network enables them to handle both small and large scale projects that cover several creative disciplines. Agile and effective, small but ambitious, they are driven by rationality and devoted to delivering crafted, elegant & functional visual experiences with expressive bite. 

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31 Mar