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This week at designist

This week at designist

Hate Hearts enamel pins by Fintan Wall back in stock, with the new Basic pin added to the collection!




Yay for sunny days and picnics in the park! We're bringing our olive oils everywhere to enjoy on cheese, bread, fruit and salads. This La Espabilá is the new kid on the block in the world of olive oil, since its 2018 launch it's been garnering prizes all over the world (2019 London Olive Oil Gold Medal, 2019 World's Top 100 EVOO, 2018 & 2019 Biol Novella Gold Medal, 2018 Best Arbequina EVOO from name a few!). You can expect a smooth, sweet oil with fruity notes, medium intensity and a light bitterness and pungency. This olive oil is excellent paired with fish, salads and pastry and has delightful notes of banana, apple, herbs, dried fruit and almond. A bottle of one of these beautiful olive oils makes a much appreciated host gift or birthday present, which will last much longer than a bottle of wine!




Looking for a special wedding present? Our personalised Map of the Stars makes a gorgeous gift as a memento of the happy couple's special day. You can choose the date and design for them and have the print delivered, or you can gift the envelope and let the recipients choose the date and design themselves.




Stojo collapsible cups are back in stock! These brilliant pocket cups are ultra-portable, leak-proof, collapsible, and reusable. Designed by coffee lovers, they’re a convenient alternative to bulky travel mugs. And they're great for every situation, you can take Stojo to the office, airport, gym, cafe, or park. It's perfect for hiking, skiing, snowboarding and camping as well. 




If you want to drink tap water but the stuff at home is less than delicious, these Eau Good bottles with charcoal filters are brilliant. They are made from BPA free tritan plastic with a cork lid. The natural binchotan charcoal filter can be used for up to 6 months and amazingly upcycled for many different uses after this. Binchotan charcoal has an incredibly porous surface with tiny cavities oriented in many directions. Just 1 gram has a surface area in excess of 500 m2 (about one tenth the size of a football field). It is also known as active carbon as the ions of contaminants are attracted to the surface of the carbon, where they will be held. It is also able to release minerals such as calcium, iron and magnesium back into the water which enhances its taste and health benefits. You'll really notice the difference in how your tap water tastes with one of these bottles!



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