Monday, September 5th, 2011
A quick post as you are hopefully not laboring on this fine Labor Day monday – for 72 hours (well, for 66 hours from the time of this post), select pieces from my Geometric and Lines collections are on sale at Fab.com for up to 40% off. The sale only lasts through Thursday, 11am EST, and all orders placed today ship for free! If you haven’t already heard of Fab, allow me to endanger your wallet by introducing you to an awesome site selling modern design objects/accessories/furniture at a serious discount on a daily basis.
Fab.com is invite only, but if you aren’t already a member, fear not because I have invites! You should be able to sign up via this link. The one bummer – Fab currently only ships domestically, so my apologies to any international folks.
Friday, September 2nd, 2011
These are fun iPhone cases by Case-Mate. The iPhone 4 Colorways combines three primary-colored acrylic pieces which overlap to create new colors.
Monday, August 29th, 2011
Mmm, yes, I like Milk Design’s new Lace Vase.
To reuse plastic bottles and glass containers in a new way.
Wednesday, August 24th, 2011
I love this fox pillow by Robin & Mould in a big way. V definitely needs it for her bedroom.
Monday, August 22nd, 2011
Love these new wallets by Poketo – the Endless Summer Artist Wallet Series, featuring artwork by Tad Carpenter, Jennifer Davis, Nick Lu, and Eirian Chapman.
Friday, August 12th, 2011
R&L Goods launched their Fall 2011 collection of notebooks and wallets. I love the simplicity of the prints and colors.
Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011
Know someone that needs a budding and pruning knife? Victorinox makes one specifically for that. Nevermind what it’s for, it looks damn smart. I like the brass blade, which is for something having to do with removing bark…
Monday, July 25th, 2011
One of the coolest hoodies I’ve seen in a while. It may also be the nerdiest – Traditional Greeting on Threadless, designed by Paulo Bruno. Why’s it got to be the asian dude with the nerd glasses doing the Spock thing? I’m just saying…
Tuesday, June 28th, 2011
Gonçalo Campos collaborated with Maria Bruno Néo on a set of porcelain candlesticks. Called Pano, the Portuguese word for cloth, the mold for the candlesticks is made by using cotton fabric soaked with porcelain, which is then dried and fired. During the firing, the fabric is burnt away, leaving just the delicate porcelain. Each candlestick is one of a kind, and I love the juxtaposition between the perceived material, and the actual material.
Tuesday, June 21st, 2011
Not completely sure if these new Rankin Swatches are cool or actually kinda creepy.