Category Archives: Design

A new seres of eight pleasingly textured stamps form the US Postal Service. To wit:

A special coating applied to selected areas of the stamps during the printing process gives them a texture that mimics the feel of a: baseball’s stitching; golf ball’s dimples; tennis ball’s seams; soccer ball or volleyball’s textured panels; and, the different raised patterns of a football, basketball and kickball.


An extensive (and doubtless expensive) array of architectural elements by ltalian artist Edoardo Tresoldi commissioned as part of a royal event in Abu Dhabi.

Constructed from wire mesh, lit from above and below to create the ghostly effect, the installation took Tresoldi three months to put in place with the help of Dubai-based Designlab Experience.

Previously: Is There Anything To Be Said For Another Mesh?


A 70th anniversary tribute, of a kind, to the iconic 1947 Flaminio Bertoni-designed Citroën H Van.

Created by builder Fabrizio Caselani and designer David Obendorfer, the 2017 ‘H-type’ is actually a series of external panels, refining the shape of the original commercial van’s panels, bolted to a Citroën Jumper.

The kits will be built by FC Automobili and limited to 70 units, for sale in Italy.

Below: for comparison, a restored 1947 H-type.