JACOB REISCHEL: PALPABLE TENSION

Do you know that moment when your breakfast toast slips off your hands and, while you’re watching it go down, you still doubt whether it will fall on the butter side and cause a big drama or not? That moment when you still feel some hope that your day will not open like a total disaster? That little heart attack?

That anticipation sigh, the tension moment, is something Jacob Reischel know well. These two multidisciplinary Industrial Designers based in Berlin create scenes in which the watchers can grasp there’s something missing, some information about what’s happened or what’s going to happen. You can not know how did they get to that image, but you can feel there’s a process and an outcome. Minimalism and amazing graphic power, Jacob Reischel’s toast always falls on the bread side.

jacob reischel photo product design la monda magazine

jacob reischel photo product design la monda magazine

jacob reischel photo product design la monda magazine

jacob reischel photo product design la monda magazine

jacob reischel photo product design la monda magazine

jacob reischel photo product design la monda magazine

jacob reischel photo product design la monda magazine

jacob reischel photo product design la monda magazine

3D EVEN IN CLOTHES. MASHALLAH.

Every once in a while it is nice to find experimental pieces such as those of Mashallah Design and Linda Kostowski. From particular stories and experiences, they have wanted to create unique pieces that could be sculptures on show at a museum or even the most extravagant item of clothing in your wardrobe. They have opened themselves to the new technologies and to the multiple opportunities that are offered by 3D design (all of which is interpreted with a poetic touch – see piece NO 419, which uses a story about wolves as its inspiration). We hope that they will continue on this path and we are excited to see what will be the next book they will use as inspiration. Any suggestions?