My buddy Duncan created this great illustration that mashes together Doraemon and Mondrian. Via Canvas.
I quite like this lovely little Snoopy stamp that you can get in Japan. Photo via Duncan Shotton.
I missed posting this in time for Duncan‘s pop-up shop that he did this past weekend at Kanno Coffee, but I still love seeing all of his products in one image like this. Via Canvas.
My buddy Duncan — a UK designer based in Tokyo — always comes up with the most delightful yet simple of ideas, and his latest one follows his M.O. to a tee. Tobiishi is a “stepping stone” to let you take a step in your genkan to answer the door.
My buddy Duncan Shotton has just re-launched his website, which now does an even better job of showing off his wonderful — and fun — products. Via Canvas.
Looking for something on the minimal side but still festive to wrap your Christmas presents? Tokyo-based Duncan Shotton has prepared a nice collection of printable gift wrap — you buy the files cheap through his Etsy site, and then print to your heart’s content. It’s a great idea, and definitely a step up from most […]
I really love this video that shows how my buddy Duncan Shotton is putting together his latest product, the limited edition Soy Shape dipping dishes. As you’ll see, one of the difficult aspects of the process is the packaging, which is done by hand by Duncan and his lovely wife (pictured). Found via Canvas.