Notebooks for creative minds, toys for big boys — and girls.
We're here on a big mission.
We want to give creatives the perfect tools that get their creative juices flowing. We make notebooks, toys and lots of other goods; all celebrating art, design and creativity. We like sharing stories, wisdom from our mentors, learn, inspire — and have fun.
We're celebrating our 5th anniversary and, surprise surprise, our big launch in the UK with an exhibition during London Design Festival. Get your free tickets before they run out.
We're in Stand N29 at Hall T 3-C.
We specialise in working with art and cultural institutions. Our services include visual identities, bespoke corporate stationary and limited edition product collections. We also design books, websites and exhibitions tailored for your needs.
Drop us a line and let's discuss how we can work together.
Architect's Cube — similar to a Rubik's Cube — is a 3D puzzle that helps you practice spatial thinking. Playing with modular volumes and a minimalist monochrome style, Architect's Cube makes you to think like an architect.
Gradient Puzzle is a jigsaw that is only made only of one colour; and a million shades of it. This is the perfect toy to master a meticulous eye for colour.
Download Muse Typeface for free. Play around and send us your work, so that we share them with the community. We are curious to see how you used Muse to boost your imagination.
New blog about new blogs
Of course, publishing drafts makes me cringe and, like every self-respecting OCD, I prefer polishing things forever and ever until they are absolutely perfect, which they never are, or until I’m sick of them, or until I retire. I don’t think I’ll ever retire. And nothing is never perfect.
The onion gun and some other important stuff
With Muk, we want to empower creatives, to push them to become strategists, decision makers, key players, intellectuals, and make them aware of their impact in shifting our future in fundamental ways. We’re committed to building a future, where creatives are equipped with the right intellectual tools.
The Story of Muk
A few months later, Pera Museum approached to me. They asked me to design a stationary collection that would be sold in their art shop during an upcoming exhibition Between Desert and Sea. This was an uber cool job, not only because THEY approached ME, but also it was sooooo exciting to see the new exhibition before everyone else. This job required an eye for curation and art, and knowing the client well. We had an excellent chemistry with them and ended up working together for years and years.