These Thai designers bring serious fun to the world of product design. We take a look at Propaganda’s 2010 products
We featured the Creative Director of Propaganda back in 2008 in the very first issue of Habitus magazine. Two years on they’re still producing some seriously fun products in their characteristic style (their classic Mr. P gets a look in too, don’t you worry!).
“While European countries tend to love the minimal design from Propaganda, Asian consumers tend to love the way of emotional design and character of Mr.P express,” Satit Kalawantavanich told us.
“Propaganda may be the only brand of Asia which stands out in the world market. We have designers and numbers of design consumers who keep tracking our movement.”
2010 has seen a new range of Propaganda’s fun objects and products…
This cute little lamp may not be appropriate for all occasions, but it captures the playful spirit of Propaganda. You’ve got to love the little orange mess this cheeky mutt has left for the unsuspecting Mr.P.
Who doesn’t love a tape measure in their pen? We think this is one for designers, or tailors, or anyone who has to measure small distances and write them down.
Mr. P Book End
Mr. P is back and he’s running scared. This piece is perfect for text books, as it exemplifies exactly how we can feel about books!
Shear Jug and Mugs
No, we haven’t doctored the images; this plastic jug and mugs present common homewares items in a new form – a new ‘slant’ you could say.
Ouch! Just be glad it’s not your foot under the door. This clever silicone doorstop might give you a fright late at night with its toes that protrude under the door.
Help! Bottle Stopper and Opener
Keep your bubbles bubbly with this hilarious silicone stopper and bottle opener. They come in blue, yellow and purple.