Full moon, the Grim Reaper and skulls, drawn with details evoking the meticulous lines of Renaissance copper engravings: this description could easily fit one of the
Intimate and humorous by default, but critical and analytical if needed: the authors of the online platform dubbed Lazy Women have been writing about the social-economic
Flowers, greeting cards and cakes: they are perfect for Mothers’ Day celebrations even individually, but now they come in a package, all made by Hungarian brands.
Even though the intricate story of the sugar factory in Dunajská Streda is already quite fascinating in itself, the prosperity of the Slovak sugar industry and
Vacuum-packed dishes, illusionary restaurants and a city full of couriers—as a sector hit especially hard by the pandemic, the hospitality industry had to adopt new strategies,
If you wish to lodge near pristine spots in nature, but are looking for more comfortable accommodation options than camping in tents, we have good news:
CUKOVY’s new collection invites us to play with modular solutions: detachable sleeves and hoods being variety to the Hungarian brand’s fall-winter quilted coats. CUKOVY started designing their
Eszter Füzes worked as the designer of Hungarian brand USE unused for more than a decade, and with the dissolution of the brand, she looked for
There are few literary genre inventions that are as embedded in Hungarian language and culture as István Örkény’s one minute stories are. Graphic designer Regina Vitányi
The renewed online ticket selling platform of MÁV (Hungarian State Railways) is already available in its beta version, presenting a long-needed visual change compared to the
We are guided into an idyllic world by the latest Slovenian paper brand, the Lady Pippa Co., whose products are truly loveable with cheerful and soothing
Peugeot is trying to reposition its brand by updating the previous version of their logo. The French carmaker has joined the redesign wave that several other
Hungarian-born architect Marcel Breuer designed a brutalist building in Connecticut, which is now planned to be transformed into a hotel by a Bauhaus-fan architect and developer.
In 2014, the Csiby-Gendele family decided to leave behind a cramped block of flats and move to a detached house in Csíkszereda to start food self-sufficiency.
From gloves through furniture, interiors, and buildings to the design of an underground bunker, Paul László undertook any request he considered challenging. The Hungarian-born designer never