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Daniel To and Emma Aiston both hail from an industrial design background. They completed their bachelor degrees together in South Australia back in 2007, and have since traveled the world, worked for prestigious design studios, been heaped with design awards, exhibited their work, and have now released this beautiful ‘D.E.’ desk collection.
Their designs are visually engaging, employing simple and sleek geometric shapes and bold colour selections. There is also a lovely amalgamation of materials used, from resin, to aluminum, to cork, and brass.
Instead of opting for traditional, potentially boring stationery items, Daniel Emma have imagined a beautiful, magnetic pine tower that means those pesky paperclips won’t be disappearing any time soon. Perhaps you are constantly on the hunt for a rubber band? Well fret no longer! The D.E. rubber band ball will keep those suckers handy, and also make you look super cool around the office / your own house, resembling a kind of Labyrinth-esque crystal ball.
What’s even more exciting is that many of these items began as exhibition pieces, so as you’re struggling to make it through to lunch, or are simply starved for inspiration, just look across at your pencil holder…Bam! Magic shall happen.
The range is available in Mr Kitly’s online store.
Thumbnail image: Rubberband ball.
All images copyright Daniel Emma.