They have a really strong logo and know how to use it - a great use of white space focuses your attention on the graphics which in-turn capture your interest with color and movement.
Can't wait to see them play at the Night & Day Festival they are headlining this weekend at Berlins own creepy and abandoned Spree Park.
We've added some photo's below from a previous adventure we took there so you can feel the full creepiness.
Posted by Batman at 6:39 PM
I'm a big fan of the playful and simple designs coming out of Scandinavia and the virtuous cottage industry it has created.
The small and bespoke design houses such as Miscellaneous Amsterdam, Nionio Design Sweden/Germany, Fine Little Day Sweden (and ourselves!) create and stock lovely bespoke products full of character and depth.
Their works are often minimal and informed by geometric patterns which lend their products a contemporary appeal yet what also stands out is their attention to craftsmanship and how profit doesn't come across as the key motivator though quality and well made products do.
As in the case of Nionio Design where her chopping boards and trays are made of wood from managed Scandinavian forests and produced by hand in a family owned company in Sweden - i can't imagine this would be cheap.
Yet what it does show is a willingness to support their local community and craftsmanship and hopefully the paying public will support and appreciate this as well.
All photos Nionio Design Sweden/Germany,
Posted by Batman at 10:01 AM