Always coming back to this poster by Joey Roth. Who also by the way now sells a beauty of a subwoofer for his ceramic speakers.
B-Print as in Beautiful. Jessica Hische restocked her shop!
Zeugwart is a minimal, freestanding coat/shoerack. Designed by Alexander Schmied.
Tina Schmid’s Tilt is playing with our perception. Love this.
VEGA Magazine Rack designed by Anders Folke Andersen and Rikke Beck Christensen.
Simply wonderful: Daily Dishonesty project by NYC based designer Lauren Hom. You can buy them as prints. I know some folks who would make perfect recipients for the Bacon is a Food Group print.
(thank you @shopbrika and via missmoss)
We all need an IT’S OK Banner. Don’t we?
“Cyrtoidea“, from Ernst Haeckel’s Kunstformen der Natur “Art Forms of Nature, 1904. Beautiful, no?
Frustrated by questionable client feedback, designers Mark Shanley and Paddy Treacy decided to turn their “favorite worst feedback” into posters. I’d totally buy some of these prints. Thanks for making me laugh.
(via boredpanda and martina)
Love this Retro Barber Board. Unfortunately Rose & Grey doesn’t ship to the US. Does anyone know of a similar product available in the US?
2013 Guide To Manhattan, a limited edition poster by David Ehrenstrahle!
Chiaozza sells modern, geometric display shelves. Beautiful.
(Thank you Chesley)
What a lovely print featuring Davison Spencerian Numerals. Available at House Industries.
This All The Buildings in New York print by James Gulliver Hancock just made it on my print wish list for 2013.
The Stendig Calendar, designed by legendary Massimo Vignelli, is a classic. Can’t go wrong with this one.
A poster designed by the amazing Jessica Hische, available for purchase here, and for a good cause.
A beautiful new print by Stina Persson.
I have just completely fallen in love with Terry Haggerty’s body of work.
Plank is a small floating shelf that can hold your essentials, right at the entrance. Phone, Wallet, Keys. Love it.
Bicycle Taxidermy is brilliant. And it made me laugh. Celebrate your bike!
I am trying to convince my 6 year old that it is time to say goodbye to the princesses on her pink wall and say hello to polka dots.
This Knitting Clock by Siren Elise Wilhelmsen is quite a poetic way of showing the passing of time. Made me smile.