Linewave Print, by Berger & Föhr
“To acquire the habit of reading is to create for yourself a refuge from almost all of the miseries of life.”
– W. Somerset Maugham
(Available as a print, here.)
Don’t have a green thumb or can’t have plants for another reason? Put some plants on your walls. Leaf Print 1 and Leaf Print 2.
There is always tomorrow.
Face the hard questions and put them on your wall!
This would look good in our co-working space.
Sweden based water color artist Stina Persson recently launched her own online shop where she sells prints and one-of-a-kind originals. Love her work!
(Also, check out Stina’s Tattly collection!)
I just got completely lost in the archives of Posteritati, a New York movie poster gallery that also has an online store featuring more than 40,000 posters. Nice find, Jason!
This framed “Will Everything Probably Be Okay?” Flowchart is much needed these days here in the USA. It provided a much needed chuckle.
This minimal wall clock gets my thumbs up.
Raised Fist, by Børge Bredenbekk
For the first time ever I might consider owning a TV: The Frame is the first TV that doesn’t turn off; instead of going to black, The Frame displays a stunning piece of art, turning your wall into a museum-worthy art gallery.
We all need to hug more often.
Lightboxes are everywhere these days, but I hadn’t seen this long skinny shape yet. The fun welcome messages that could be had, in my hallway… Hmm.
It’s Going To Be OK poster by Ladyfingers Letterpress. Also available as a card.
(I posted it before, but simply had to repost, you know why…)
Chilling and absurd times. Tramps by Kate Pugsley
Beautiful, minimal screen print.
Absolutely smitten with this wall mirror by Hunting & Narud. Counterbalanced by a weight, it can be adjusted to various heights.
The Be Optimistic Enamel Sign inspires conviction that no matter the storm ahead, there is nothing that preparation and perseverance can’t overcome. Given the current political climate here in the U.S. I really want one. Or multiples, for every room and my office. But how ironic, it’s sold out.
My ten year old would approve of this flag.
I want my kids to grow up to be humans that are resourceful and able to figure stuff out. And, I love working with folks that have this quality. So, I’d say, every office and every kids room needs this banner.