Berlin-based artist Matthieu Bourel is meticulous and detail-oriented. He carefully layers hand-cut slices to create highly evocative images and illustrations. We met with Bourel in his Prenzlauer Berg studio to meet the man behind the cover of our new book The Age of Collage Vol. 2.
How does one pitch a book idea to gestalten? Or perhaps how to choose what aesthetic style the characters should be depicted in? Following the release of Sun and Shiro and the Polka-Dot Snake, we caught up with the author and illustrator Hiyoko Imai to discover her creative processes and inspirations.
What does it take to awaken a 19th-century brand that fell behind with the times into a newfound source of inspiration to others? Ramdane Touhami lays bare his story in the foreword of The Beauty of Time Travel.
Nestled in a typical passageway in the busy 11th arrondissement sits a tranquil-like loft that is a welcome escape from the streets of Paris. Once a derelict old factory, this family home was painstakingly renovated over years before evolving into a masterpiece of design. Explore a beautiful feature from Inspiring Family Homes.
Isis-Colombe Combréas, Founder and Editorial Director of the French-based MilK magazine, talks us through their gestalten debut and the significance of the family home in the age of lockdowns and the pandemic. Showcasing the contemporary face of parents and family, Inspiring Family Homes demonstrates how children and great design can share the same space.