Tuesday, September 28, 2010

mucu pocket ringbook


I am sucker for note books, and I absolutely love, love this one. It's made by Japanese brand MUCU. Measuring 3.5″ x 5″, the Pocket Ringbook is the perfect sized notebook to carry with you all day. Made from Tipboard, a paper called Comic and an elastic band to hold it all in place.  

Bike Shelf


Can't decide what is more beautiful, bike or the shelf, hmm.

Ten Things I have learned by Milton Glaser


I love this. 

Web Fonts Awards



The Web Font Awards is the first ceremony to celebrate the newfound typographic freedom that Web designers are experiencing across the globe. The competition will recognize the designers and websites that are putting this emerging technology to greatest use. Aimed at promoting Web font awareness and adoption, the Web Font Awards is open to eligible users of any Web font service or technology that uses an @font-face declaration. via {swiss-misswww.webfontawards.com  

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Crazy Ass Wood Jewelry



This is way too amazing. Anthony Roussel makes fantastic ass jewelry pieces from either birch from Finland or cork from Portugal. All pieces ar naturally dyed using water filtration and colored using milk based paints. 

Japanese Minimalism

Super minimalistic chest drawer by Japanese designer Keiji Ashizawa.

Hand-Knit Sweater Chairs by Melanie Porter


"After working as a knitwear designer for a number of international fashion brands, Melanie Porter has turned her expertise towards furniture design for the creation of these cozy, hand-knit sweater chairs. She sources vintage chairs from auctions and markets across the UK and then proceeds to painstakingly strip them back to the frame before restoring. Using traditional techniques, each chair is reupholstered in a series of unique hand-knitted panels designed especially for each chair. An incredibly labour-intensive process - each piece is destined to become a future heirloom." {via}

Two Kitties One Heart


I just love this image. So I had to post it. {via}


Friday, September 17, 2010

Numbered Edition Napkins, set of ten

Guests will know who’s number one (or two or three) with our Numbered Edition napkins. Buy it here.


DEAD CHE BUST 16-INCH KIDROBOT




Amazing. Buy it here.

Happy pills

Feel litte bit down, pop some of those colorful happy pills designed by Marion Donneweg.
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Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Light Bulb cufflinks

Cufflinks made of out recycled magazines. Love it. Buy them here.

Map Deconstructions by Shannon Rankin


Amazing paper work by artist Shannon Rankin.

VAMPIRE LOVE - RIPPED ROCK TEE

Seems it's all about vampires these days. Love this tshirt. Comes in white and pink and you can buy it here.

SILVER JOK CAT EARRINGS

Meow. Buy it here.

The cutest coin purse

For those who carry around to much change in their pocket this cute coin purse is perfect solution.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Amazing Paper Sculptures

This amazing paper sculptures are made from torn paper and from copper pipe by very amazing Sydney based artist Anna Wili Highfield. {via}

Dare to be Square, heavy metal-inspired quilts


Quiltsr├┐che is side project of Seattle Weekly art director Boo Davis. She also published book how to make those awesome looking quilts "Dare to be Square". I am loving it. 
Thank you Chase.

looking good mirror


Dimensions: 20 x 20 inches. Acrylic lookin good mirror. By Ryan Cox

LaCie MosKeyto




 LaCie MosKeyto super small USB storage measures less than 20mm and weighs 10 grams. Way too cute!

flip clock time

Cute! 

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Illustration Inspiration by Andre Gottschalk

Fantastic illustration by very talented Andre Gottschalk. Since I am vegetarian I especially in love with this illustrations he did for PETA.  More of his stuff here.

Letterpress coasters


I became sucker for vintage looking design. Designer Fabien Barral designed this beautiful letter-pressed  coasters. More images on his website.

Artists Build Incredible Obelisk Out of Hundreds of Bicycles

California artists Mark Grieve and Ilana Spector recently constructed this incredible towering obelisk made entirely out of bikes on a street corner in Santa Rosa. Dubbed Cyclisk, the monument is an ode to bike culture constructed from 340 bicycles and one tricycle.
Read more here.

Tea Bagging Bags

"Tea drinking is now down with the kids with the ‘teabagging bag’. Using ‘Street’ language we have made the ultimate tea bag. It’s completely reusable and allows you to drink tea and smile hoping that the sweet taste of you favourite drink overshadows the disgust at making it."
buy it here.

Tact-Towels


No more confusion in bathroom with this funny little towels. Made me lough. Buy it here.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Tiny Swede

So small and cute!