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February 2009 / № 3320

LandForms II

Posted by Gabriel Pulecio Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 3315

Here’s one from 2009 for Ogilvy Mexico for Fanta!

YouTube Preview Image

Posted by littleredrobot Categorized: Design KDU Motion |

February 2009 / № 3312

Typescapes Part 1



Posted by David Mascha Categorized: Design illustration |

February 2009 / № 3309

“One Long Wild Night Ride”, another rejected design for apparel brand IUTER.
Screen shot 2010-03-26 at 7.11.14 AM

Simone Magurno / Serious Situations™ / SRSTTNS™

Posted by srsttns Categorized: Design Fashion illustration |

February 2009 / № 3308

the KDU world tour

This is an application piece for the new campaing called the KDU world tour.

Pedro Julien – www.behance.net/pjulien

(site is under construction)

Posted by Pedro Julien Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 3303

promotional poster_1

This poster is for my self promotion out there.

Posted by berjo Tags: Berjo Trust the KDU |



Posted by Edgartista Categorized: Design illustration Tags: edgartista RICHARD MEIER |

February 2009 / № 3296

My second piece Trust In Magic, get a wallpaper version here (1920×1200px). More new work soon on www.diftnorm.com




DiftNorm™ — Design & Illustration by Alexander Otto
www.diftnorm.com | The KDU Germany

February 2009 / № 3281

Illustration for poster. Pencil and Photoshop.

Posted by Alberto Russo Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 3278


Posted by vilaz Categorized: KDU |



Posted by Edgartista Categorized: Design illustration Tags: edgartista |

February 2009 / № 3268


On your neck I lace
This grave embrace


Garrote is a necklace – Icelandic volcanic lava moulded into black scarab beetles,
magnetized and sealed on a spun-copper middle E piano wire.

to purchase [available from 22 march]

The GARROTE film will be premiered during the Reykjavík Design Days and at the Reykjavík Fashion Festival in conjunction with Hönnunarmiðstöð Íslands – The Icelandic Design Centre.

More Info

Posted by David Gensler Categorized: Design Tags: Sruli Recht |

February 2009 / № 3262

nooka_slimeball_web1As part of our noo spring collection, Nooka has teamed up with mad toy to create a limited timepiece inspired by their slimeball sqwert character. This unique zub zot 38 incorporates color and graphics originally featured on the mini nooka nooka designed by Jeremy Madl, mastermind of the cult following mad toy design inc.

Only 500 pieces of this custom watch will be available

Posted by nooka Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 3260

Nooka AO™




The Nooka AO [asset organizer], a color coded wallet system made of pliable silicone rubber – it conforms to the shape of your butt [flat or bubbiliscous] without breaking your cards and can be packed with cards without you ‘losing’ them behind a card in a too-tight slot of traditional wallets released in July as well. Keep one color for daytime and another for night / one for NYC, another for Paris…seriously, it’s a simple and elegant solution for organizing what goes in your pocket or bag
Nooka Strip™



With all the options for belts out there, I still felt something was missing both functionally and in terms of form and color. So i came up with the NS™. The closure is something I developed with my design team to offer easy adjustment throughout the day [i never found the perfect hole in a traditional belt, and it's really socially awkward to readjust a traditional belt in a restaurant!] which is the functional innovation. the innovation in look-and-feel is apparent – you can do the dreaded “matchy-matchy” look with our belts and zubs!

It looks so good you’ll have no problem getting people interested in looking at your crotch, and the mechanism is so slick, your pants can come off faster than they went on. This is why i came up with the product name “strip” [strip of material for form as well, so it's really a pure expression of form follows function]. Seriously, belts up until now were too concerned with holding your pants up, and a belt equally concerned with getting-off is truly an innovation.

Posted by nooka Categorized: KDU |

February 2009 / № 3251


This past July (2009), Nooka released their very first fragrance, Nooka. Nooka eau de parfum communicates a universal language that transcends opposites. A synergy of scents, both familiar and foreign, instinctive and original, mental and physical, that come together as one. Japanese Yuzu sprinkled with pink pepper. Polished steel wrapped in vintage leather. This fusion of natural essences and synthetic accords creates the next generation of precious liquids, expressing each wearer’s multi-faceted individuality. The conceptual elements of the fragrance were originated and guided by Nooka’s chief designer and owner, Matthew Waldman, while the olfactive chemistry behind the Nooka scent was developed by renowned perfumer Pierre-Constantin Guéros.

Posted by nooka Categorized: KDU |



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