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"You’re not a true startup unless you flirt with death every few months."

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marinafpuron:

 
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enicoleh:

I’ve been daydreaming about this rucksack for awhile now - last night I finally caved and made the purchase, despite my lack of disposable income at the moment. Oops. 
This Is Paper, a multidisciplinary design studio based in Warsaw, Poland, concentrate on ‘the human side of design.’ I stumbled upon them by accident one day and ended up spending an entire Saturday (yes, really) perusing their site. Along with their shop - where they produce backpacks, rucksacks, kitchenware, household items, and slippers - they also have a blog and print issue where they publish stories regarding visual and fine art, design, architecture, and travel. 
Their design aesthetic is refined - light, simple and elegant - and as you look through their products and their blog, you are made aware of that almost immediately. I don’t typically have a favorite of anything, but This Is Paper are quickly changing that for me. What I love most about design is when you see an understanding that different disciplines overlap and all hold equal value; when a work, regardless of medium, shows a thoughtfulness to that which goes beyond the surface. This Is Paper does this very well, and I hope that I am one day lucky enough to work for a design group similar to theirs - because although I feel tempted to, I don’t ever really see myself moving to Poland. 
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