Block Design Blog - New Stockists - New Products - Exhibition News
15512
paged,page-template,page-template-blog-masonry,page-template-blog-masonry-php,page,page-id-15512,paged-10,page-paged-10,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-title-hidden,paspartu_enabled,qode_grid_1300,columns-4,qode-product-single-tabs-on-bottom,qode-theme-ver-10.0,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.1.1,vc_responsive

Zesty shades of orange are everywhere this summer, it was all over the catwalk last year and has now filtered into interiors, Jasper Morrison, Ferm living and Tom Dixon have all brought out some fantastic products in orange hues. Use it as part of the 'Clashing...

In Matthias Heiderich’s latest series Spektrum Eins, he demonstrates bold decorative colours juxtaposed with dull industrial architechture. Here we highlight one of his early works Color Berlin. Heiderich explores colour throughout his home city of Berlin. There are subtle details to be found in unexpected...

British Fashion designer Sir Paul Smith has designed a set of commemorative stamps for the Isle of Man Post Office to coincide with this years Olympics held in our capital. The entire stamp range, along with a number postcards featuring the same designs, are available...

Some incredible and altogether inspirational information visualisations here for your viewing pleasure, brought to life through the medium of colour. Who ever said data and graphs are always mundane and boring need look no further.

Ocean themes were seen throughout the spring collections for Spring Summer fashion this year. We love the corals and gorgeous shades of blue emerging, add a splash of lime green or yellow for a tropical twist. Our jewellery is the perfect aquatic finishing touch to...

Unicef have come up with a fantastic idea to raise money for the protection of children worldwide. There are 16.7 million colours that make up the images we see everyday. They are giving us the opportunity to name each and every one of these colours. Each colour costs £1.00, all of which will be donated to UNICEFs ongoing work. Please let us know which colour you would like to own, either via facebook or emailing info@blockdesign.co.uk and we will buy you a colour with your next order.
British artist Jacqui Symon’s latest installation; Together We Are Greater, consists of 2500 suspended origami boxes. All The boxes are all made from used, recycled and secondhand paper.