Dottir Nordic Design
Eyekandi has partnered with many a creative mind.
In particular we have partnered with many Nordic creatives and designers, one being, Dottir Nordic Design.
Today they were featured on the front page of Denmark’s largest housing magazine, Bolig Magasinet! Their exquisite attention to detail was captured in these pictures of a beautifully decorated home.
More About Dottir
“The creative thinking behind all DOTTIR products is nurtured by the contrasts of Nordic living, with its dark cold winters and bright warm summer nights, it’s deep silent lakes and strong ocean streams.
All products express this arabesque of sweet wildness which gives a versatile and creative expression. We are in contrast to the minimalistic Nordic expression and see ourselves as frontrunners of the next Nordic Design movement. In short. Less is a bore.”
Shop at their online store or contact them directly to decorate your home with some Nordic expression.
Contact Eyekandi if you’re interested in getting things made, we’re your supply-chain specialists in China and Thailand.
Eyekandi is proud to announce!
The presence of some of the Norwegian designed products we have been involved in manufacturing will be featured at the Milan Design Week!
A little bit about Elementa:
Elementa is a Norwegian producer working with designers, artists and scientists to explore new directions in the Scandinavian design tradition.
Since the startup in 2012, Elementa has helped to furnish a lot of spaces, including some of Norway’s most interesting creative workspaces. Their project list also includes several bigger projects such as The Norwegian Research Council, The Norwegian Ministry of Education, Statistics Norway (SSB) and The Norwegian Cultural Council, just to name a few.
This week we are happy to invite you to the exciting Norwegian Presence exhibition during Milan Design Week 17-22 April 2018
Elementa will launch the first products of the anticipated UT series. This includes works by Kneip Hallgeir Homstvedt, Emma Staubo & Jomi Evers – and teasers of upcoming projects with Anderssen & Voll, Haffner Architects and bowmaker Håkon Fellberg.
The Path Leads UT: The winter season can seem unending in Norway. Hallgeir Homstvedt has designed the Ki, a Norwegian Designed minimalist lamp that will keep both your plants and yourself happy and thriving the whole year.
The Elementa UT project is a series of objects. These are developed with Scandinavian designers and artists to remind us that we are always in nature. Even when indoors.
Elementa / Norwegian Presence
Via Tortona 31 Milan
If you’re going to the exhibition, look out for these beautiful designs.
Less plastic used means less to pick up later.- THRASH HERO
We proundly to annouce that we had joined this awesome ‘BOTTLES & BAGS’ campaign of THRASHHERO.ORG Whose mission is to create sustainable, community-based projects that remove existing waste, and reduce future waste by inspiring long-term behaviour change.
for more information CLICK http://trashhero.org
This is the latest version of the Genteleman’s kateboard bag designed by ‘Christian Barmen’ with extra Solar Charger in the front pocket, for guys and gals who love to travel and Skate ! with this classy bag.
Finally ! The “Recycled skateboard functional art” by Tua Pen Not is done. There will be an exhibition in town at My Secret Cafe starting first week of March 2017. The theme of the show is SKATEBOARD LIFE, so look out for some insane street inspired art.
On Friday the 30th of September 2016 we opened the doors for a month special exhibition in our offices. We are showing artworks from the local artist Tua ( Chumpol Taksapornchai ).
The opening evening featured Tua and Friends in a magical symposium of sound and painting. It was truly an evening to remember.
The exhibition will be up until the end of October 2016.
All sales proceeds goes directly to support Tua and his next trip to Europe to show and sell his art.
Thank you for all who came and we really hope you enjoyed the evening.
Eyekandi has teamed up with local artist Tua Pen Not for a project we call recycled skateboard functional art.
The project will be about skateboarding and recycled art and we hope to help create awareness about all the possibilities that lays in recycling and upcycling.
Working with local artists is a priority for Eyekandi and we hope the local community will help support our efforts.
Here at Eyekandi we thrive to get things made , this is a custom bag order and design by Christian barmen , to carry his skateboard in a more elegant matter
We recently design and manufacture a custom business skateboard Bag .
Patented Time Telling Concept…
Conceptualized in Norway we have our very own way of telling time, the system uses a 24-segmented figure 8 to display the hours and 60-segmented outer circle to display the minutes and seconds.
Together with our customer, we developed this product and engineered a switch mode power supply, and got the product certified.
Eyekandi manufactures the product!