Archivist was founded as a letterpress printer in the UK in 1994 working with the visual archives of the Natural History Museum. We feature a selection of oversized matchbooks, designed by Archivist in their signature nostalgic style. Practical and functional, they make lighting fires, storm lanterns and big candles a breeze.
We think a box of these, together with a bottle of wine, makes a fantastic holiday hostess gift.Box contains 100 matches, each measuring 100mm long
Felix Rank (b.1987) is a graphic designer and artist, living and working in Berlin. He is one of the three founders of Bouche, where he is responsible for conveying the company’s vibe in simple, colourful shapes.
Felix Rank current work deals with the incomprehensibility of interpersonal relationships. Relationships are vastly intertwined, fragile, and awkward and their inherent changeability goes hand in hand with the desire for stability and permanence. For him, bookends and flowers reflect these ambivalent connections: in books, we collect ideas that we want to keep and preserve. Bookends stabilise these fixed systems. Even flowers are supposed to collect and preserve: in them, we freeze our moments. And we collect and preserve flowers ourselves as we classify them and assign them to both botanical data and social codes. However, flowers die. The changeability of their organic forms in constant movement refers to intangible, indeterminable processes. Mundane everyday objects such as flowers and bookends illustrate the attempt to capture the transformation that characterises relationships.
a colouring book published on the occasion of FLOWERS, an
exhibition of ceramics by Felix Rank, held at Apartamento Berlin
in collaboration with Bouche.
Published by Apartamento Publishing S.L.
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The annual Apartamento cookbook is back in its seventh edition, and this time we’re staying up with you into the small hours of the night. Whether you’re coming home late after a long shift, stumbling through the door off the back of an indulgent evening out, or simply feeling peckish post-dinner, we’re here to lead the way as you rummage bleary-eyed through the kitchen cupboard, with 16 recipes by chefs and food-lovers around the world.
From sleep-inducing mackerel salad to hangover-preventing onion soup, the meditative preparation of Nigerian alkaki or a quick fix of refried Georgian khinkali, simple aioli to feed your munchies and syrupy waffles for your sweet tooth, as well as your choice of two salty sandwiches from Italy and the Basque Country, whatever’s keeping you up, we’ve got the recipe for it. So, for all you night owls out there, we proudly present Apartamento Cookbook #7: Late-Night Meals, our trusty guide for nocturnal nourishment. Bon appétit and sweet dreams.
Apartamento Cookbook #7: Late-Night Meals
Drawings by Benoît François
Featuring: Andoni Luis Aduriz, Chiara Strobl, Ellie Bouhadana, Fadi Kattan, Ignasi Monreal, John Javier, John Wurdeman, Jon Gray, Masahide Ikuta, Niki Nakazawa, Palinurobar, Palisa Anderson, Pía León, Sam Chermayeff, Sarah Ben Romdane, and Yemisi Aribisala
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