From a kaleidoscopic lighthouse mural by artist Okuda San Miguel and cleverly designed milk packaging to a stylish chair from local brand Lemon, these are the VISI team’s top picks of the week.
1. adidas Clean Classics Collection
adidas has given its classic sneakers an eco-friendly redesign, making use of Primegreen materials, made with a minimum of 50% recycled content, in combination with renewable and reclaimed rubber for the soles and 70% recycled materials for the uppers. The Clean Classics collection, available online and at selected adidas stores, aims to address the issue of plastic waste.
Images courtesy of adidas
Okuda San Miguel Lighthouse
Artist Okuda San Miguel has reinvented a 90-year-old lighthouse in Cantabria, transforming it into a colourful canvas. Titled Infinite Cantabria, the 16-metre tower features more than 70 colours.
Image credit: @okudart on Instagram
3. Lemon’s Kent Chair
Designed for Lemon by interior designer Yaniv Chen of Master Studio, the Kent Chair was inspired by 1950s design, and Italian 1950s design in particular. “I feel that a piece’s detailing, even its ergonomics can take someone back in time,” says Yaniv. “I like that someone will sit in this chair and feel a subtle sense of nostalgia.”
Images courtesy of Lemon
4. Depot Milk Carton Packaging
Russian design agency Depot has created a range of clever packaging designs for Milgrad Bryansk Dairy Plant. The blue cat is featured in different positions on various cartons that create a story once placed together.
Image credit: depotwpf.com
5. Reclaim Design’s Hanging Mobile
Reclaim Design creates eco-friendly home decor and furniture made from recycled materials and locally sourced reclaimed wood. One of its latest pieces, available to purchase online, is a cute baby mobile constructed from hemp rope, bamboo and wooden beads.
Images credit: @reclaimdesign on Instagram