Mage Design’s latest creative partner, Frends, launches a revamped women’s headphone collection in Apple stores today; with an introduction on behalf of the New York Times‘ online publication, “The Get”.
Helmed by co-owner and founder Keir Dillon, the Frends team worked closely alongside Mage Design to develop a “refined and stylish” headphone which “exudes luxury and hints at grace”. This entirely fresh direction for the brand, aided in part by their ambassador, model/actress Noot Seer, was developed by our team through a series of concept presentations and final design renderings (seen below).
I can always point out the year I fell in love with snowboarding by recalling the release of The Program’s “Forum or Against’em”. No I haven’t been at this sport for long, but watching that film from a cramped couch, inside a Mammoth A-frame shack is my ingrained memory of realizing just how much fun I was about to get myself into. The release of the brand’s 2012/2013 team movie unveils their final act as one that does not disappoint; Featuring riders Andreas Wiig, Pat Moore, Jake Welch, Nic Sauve, Austen Sweetin, Cam Pierce, Daniel Ek, and Mario Kaeppeli !
This year’s creative partnership between Analog and Mage Design actualizes yet another great Danny Davis signature series. The recently released “Alder” Jacket and Mitt (seen below) was conceptualized here at Mage; featuring an original, Native American-inspired illustration on the series’ patches, jacket interior, and glove screen printing. More color ways and information can be found on Analog’s website: gloves, jacket.
It’s not everyday you get to experience a piece of history rolling through your city streets. A total of 15 photographers and tons of camera equipment were able to capture the move from LAX to its permanent home at the California Science Center in Downtown LA in this awesome time lapse video. Click here for video.
the world. Appearing in six James Bond films, including the upcoming “Skyfall”, the car has without a doubt left an indelible mark on popular culture. James Bond will forever be linked with Aston Martin in the same way as Omega watches, and there is no coincidence that the first and last of Bond’s films have made this automotive circle complete. Good design is timeless.