Friday, February 10, 2017

The Plantable






The Planter Table made by Jailmake brings nature back into the dining experience.

Plantable reintroduces nature back into the experience of gathering, cooking and eating a meal; strengthening a connection to the natural world that is often overshadowed by the myriad accelerated experiences of urban life. Each of the table’s steel legs are hand bent and fillet brazed into the framework, contrasting with the solid English oak tabletop.

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Friday, January 27, 2017

The Middle Finger Candle




Add some F- You ambiance to your interiors!
Get them here.

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Friday, January 20, 2017

Broquets; Beautiful Beef Jerky Floral Arrangements



Ok ladies, listen up. Valentine is around the corner and you need this. Say It With Beef is a company that sells beef jerky floral arrangements called Broquets. For $35 you get over half a pound of jerky crafted into the shape of roses or daises thoughtfully placed into a pint glass or beer mug.

That settles it — romance is not dead. It is very much alive and well as evidenced by the fact that MEAT FLOWERS is a thing that exists.

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Monday, January 16, 2017

Music Notes Clothes Pins






Ohhh!!! How adorable are these music note pegs?! Makes the chore of hanging your clothes out to dry all the more fun and pretty. Grab them here.

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Origami Aluminum Lamps Project Feathers and Antlers When Illuminated










When Tel Aviv-based designer Chen Bikovski was growing up she was fascinated by pop-up books, especially engaged with the immersive experience that came with the turn of each page. Interested in transforming this idea to work with her design practice, Bikovski founded Popup Lighting, a series of lamps that turn into magical creatures like deer and peacocks when illuminated.

Bikovski’s fixtures seem like minimal aluminum sculptures until their light is switched on—the origami-like works suddenly appearing as deer or peacocks. Streams of light behind the lamps create the effect of horns and feathers, subtly casting patterns that make each work come alive.

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Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Design Fetish: Winner of A' Design Award for Best Design Media 2016


IT'S OFFICIAL! Design Fetish is a 2016 winner of the highly acclaimed A' Design Award for Best Design Media!

The Award is granted to leading design publications around the world who are nominated by thousands of award winning designers, artists and architects from across the globe. Best Design Media Award recipients are selected by laureates of the A' Design Award who indicate a list of prominent design publications they follow, wish to be featured at and adore. It is granted to acknowledge their role and support for creation of a better world where heightened appreciation and understanding of good design leads to creation of better products, goods and services that benefit society. I couldn't be prouder! Thank you A' Design Award & Competition for the awesome package all the way from Como, Italy!

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Thursday, December 29, 2016

An Oversized Woven Chair by Veega Tankun








Although London-based designer Veega Tankun has only just graduated from the University of Brighton, she clearly possesses a strong sense of aesthetic and understanding of materials as evidenced in these comfy looking chairs woven from overstuffed knit tubes. Tankun says that she’s fascinated with rejuvenating old techniques in her design practice, bringing modern materials and color palettes to traditional production methods.

This chunky chair is just one Tankun’s latest creations, you can explore more of her work on Design Milk and Instagram. Some of her pieces will also be on view at London’s Top Drawer starting next month.

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