this year 2018, you see more and more Scandinavian influences in interiors. But when can you call something truly Scandinavian design and what are the characteristics of Scandinavian design? By adding items with Scandinavian design to your interior, you quickly give your interior a trendy look.
Shapes, forms, colours, lines - all used to demolish perspective, but at the same time, to create something that reaches beyond the existing world. Abstract art - and one of its movements, called geometric abstract art has been always popular, but nowadays, with a modern twist, it is basically essential and inevitable in poster design.
These days, the minimalistic aesthetic is everywhere. If you trawl through your favourite interior magazines or sites like Shutterstock and Unsplash, you’ll see endless photographs of slick, unmistakably Scandinavian interiors, sparsely and tastefully furnished with monochrome design classics.
When you think of the Swiss, what comes to mind? Chocolates, cheeses and mountain ranges? Ask any graphic designer, and you might hear the answer “Typography!” In this article, you can read more about our first collection's primary inspiration: Swiss Typography!