Archive for the ‘Expressions’ Category

Exercise expressed as sculpture

April 13th, 2012

If you’re seeking inspiration in advance of the Salone Internazionale del Mobile (the Milan Furniture Fair), (more…)

A better way to exercise at home

February 6th, 2012

How’s your exercise-more-at-home New Year’s resolution coming along? (more…)

LUNAR client Switch lights up the cover of WIRED

August 19th, 2011

WIRED Sept. 2011We love working with leaders in their markets, and when they’re standing out by doing something really important, all the better. WIRED in its September 2011 issue proclaims Switch’s 60-watt equivalent LED as the green bulb for design nerds. Awesome. (more…)

The inner life of Koo

July 8th, 2011

LUNAR’s Sandrine Lebas tapped her fresh “inner mom” experiences as inspiration for Koo — a project that helps ease the transition to life with a baby. She shares her thought process, insights and creative motivation in a new video interview. (more…)

Designing Differences

February 24th, 2011

User-centered design and design thinking have taken the world by storm. But is something missing in the conversation? (more…)

Designing Differences by LUNAR

Sai Tung, please!

February 4th, 2011

Here in the States, we easily think of America as the Land of Food to Go. We have the drive through, the Big Gulp and Starbuck’s lattes with cup cozies. But to walk down my home streets of Bangkok, Thailand is to see the mecca of street food and the hundreds of inventive ways it can be carried. Sai Tung, please!

Buy me

February 1st, 2011

Commercials have always fascinated me. It occurred to me a few years ago that televisions only exist for the purpose of selling us stuff. Broadcast companies are able to spend millions on 22 minutes of our favorite sitcom because advertisers are willing to pay them millions to show eight minutes of advertisements during the show. Some of the most memorable stories, characters, and moments of my life were made possible by Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s, and Ford. And it works! Americans watch, on average, four hours of television every day (or about an hour of commercials every day). Buy me

In search of the perfect car. A female designer’s perspective.

January 26th, 2011

It should have been a very exciting time. I am in the market for a brand new car and as it is the first time in my entire consumer life I can afford investing in a vehicle fresh from the factory, expectations were high.

In search of the perfect car. A female designer's perspective.
Joyride, designed by Per Brolund


Evolution of the senses

January 13th, 2011

Tasting colors, seeing sounds or have you heard of actually hearing color hues? It’s a reality for an estimated 1 in every 23 people. (more…)

Navigating the obstacles of the design process

January 5th, 2011

What happens when you’re in the process of perfecting a design and you’re thrown a curveball? (more…)