While scouring the internets looking for pretty things, Commune Design’s new Ticking Table Linens caught my eye, as did their post highlighting Louise Bourgeois’ textile designs — I didn’t even know she designed textiles. The inspiration is uncanny and thoughtfully executed.
Entries Tagged as 'artists'
August 31st, 2011 · 55 Comments
July 25th, 2011 · Comments Off on would you swing on a bunny?
I would…especially if it was this one: This Hare Swing by Adam McEwen s is a limited edition of 10 and costs a mere $15,000. It’s made of fiberglass, lacquer, and rope and can be purchased at Grey Area.
June 6th, 2011 · Comments Off on little robots.
Yes, “Little Robots” recalls the work of Marcel Dzama and the now defunct Royal Art Lodge, but damnit, it’s so cute!
April 24th, 2011 · Comments Off on happy easter (eggs).
We hope you had a lovely holiday . . . Eggs, 1982, Andy Warhol
March 16th, 2011 · Comments Off on killer kites by daniel frost.
Easily the most amazing, original, humorous, meant-to-fly-high kites I’ve ever seen . . . From Daniel Frost‘s “Big Kite Show.”
January 6th, 2011 · 3 Comments
Bestrice Coron’s whimsical papercuts are incredibly intricate pieces of artwork. They draw inspiration from various angles such as poems, current events, and even philosophical concepts…and quite frankly, I can’t stop looking at them.
December 10th, 2010 · Comments Off on richard woods focuses on floor coverings.
RW04 Known for his hyper-realistic patterns that recall planks of plywood and other building materials, Richard Woods‘ work is first-rate, over-the-top pop. For his latest collection with Established & Sons, Woods extends his signature wood block prints to the floor and onto 100% hand-knotted New Zealand wool rugs. Perhaps he intends to do an entire […]
December 10th, 2010 · Comments Off on Thereza Rowe’s Online Advent Calendar.
London-based graphic designer and illustrator Thereza Rowe is giving fans a true treat for the holidays. For the next month, she’s posting one drawing a day to her blog, therein creating an online advent calendar. What a fun idea!
December 9th, 2010 · 42 Comments
This contest is now closed! Congrats to Vanessa from Singapore!!! Jaqueline Bos is a Portland based illustrator. Among other things she enjoys magic, myths, minty tea, and hanging out with her super fat cat Zooey Papaya. Jacqueline’s Etsy site, JackiePeppermint, is filled with all sorts of lovely illustrations and goodies. You can also check out […]
December 8th, 2010 · Comments Off on Busy Beaver Button Museum.
Everywhere you turn, someone has a statement to make…and judging by the work of Christen Carter, founder of Busy Beaver Button Co., the biggest statements are often best made on a small platform…such as a 1 inch button. In the late 1800s, buttons were used as a colorful way to promote all kinds of things…politicians, […]