Every other week we’re inviting one of the Design Milk team to share five personal favorites – an opportunity for each of us to reveal the sort of designs we use and appreciate in our own lives from a more personal perspective. Founder + Chief Creative Officer Jaime Derringer returns this week for our
1. I discovered
2. I’m really loving these pieces from
From The Shop
3. My obsession with anything quintessentially Japanese continues with the discovery of Morioka Shoten, a bookstore in Ginza, Tokyo that sells only one book. Each week, Yoshiyuki Morioka – who considers books to be art – selects a single book to share with customers, a hyper-focused curated retail experience. The space also serves as a meeting place for the community (in non-COVID times) with live events and an art gallery.
4. BJOOKS. I just received a shipment of these books in the mail from Bjooks and I can’t stop leafing through them. These beautifully-designed books are like graphic eye candy for people who love modular synthesis and electronic music equipment. There are four books in the series thus far:
5. Jolie Ngo ceramics!