Our weekly roundup of the design world’s most interesting, colorful, like-worthy Instagram-ers and images.
Idea Books is a rotating library of vintage “superbooks” covering art, design, and style, located in London’s Dover Street Market. We love the interior design images they post, like this one from The Interior Book—a 300-page tome from 1979 dedicated to Japanese home design.
Ceramicist Shino Takeda mixes traditional Japanese art forms with the energy of her NYC surroundings. These colorful bowls are from her latest collaboration with Ryuta Ngg (@ryuta_ngg).
Gold Teeth Brooklyn creator Jesse Levison hand-silkscreens whimsical greeting cards and fine art prints. Here, we get a behind-the-scenes view of her creative process.
Design Milk showcases the best in modern design, like one of Japanese artist Haroshi’s (@haroshi) sculptures, mesmerizing pieces carved from repurposed skateboards.
Painter Evan Venegas considers his paintings “playgrounds of the mind.” Lost Grid presents a kaleidoscopic tangle of colors and shapes, perhaps a nod to the artist’s NYC surroundings in the heat of late summer.