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leManoosh is an industrial design ressource to learn and find inspiration with the latest trends in the industrial product design industry and sketches

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Rusty sketching #automotivedesign #design #sketchaday #transport #cardesign #designstudy #carsketch #concept #sketch #render…

Hand Carved Pendant Merilyn. Stylish and modern gift for her. One of a kind unique piece of art. Limited quantity. Materials: coconut, Shellac, waxed cotton cord, wooden bead Front side: carved, polished, lacquered with Shellac Back side: Smooth and natural surface of coconut shell

Hand Carved Pendant Merilyn. Stylish and modern gift for her. One of a kind unique piece of art. Limited quantity. Materials: coconut, Shellac, waxed cotton cord, wooden bead Front side: carved, polished, lacquered with Shellac Back side: Smooth and natural surface of coconut shell

South Korean designer Jeonghwa Seo has created a collection of stools and tables using 12 different materials in 15 different combinations.

South Korean designer Jeonghwa Seo has created a collection of stools and tables using 12 different materials in 15 different combinations. This image is of a stool made from basalt stone and rosewood - materials seen everyday but not often in furniture.

Organic : leManoosh

"stool production unit" - Latex sheet is used as mold offering an endless diversity of organic shapes.The desired shape is then solidified with water base resin. When dryed, the latex sheet is peeled off leaving a perfect smooth surface.

We handcrafted these eco awards for the Atlanta Airport (USA) from recovered Douglas Fir. We intentionally left the ‘live edge’ on the wood and laser engraved the logo into the wood for a natural look. We combined recovered materials with our minimalist approach to produce these unique awards.

We handcrafted these eco awards for the Atlanta Airport (USA) from recovered Douglas Fir. We intentionally left the ‘live edge’ on the wood and laser engraved the logo into the wood for a natural look. We combined recovered materials with our minimalist approach to produce these unique awards.