This Monstera Leaf Mobile made me look.
This art installation made me look. I wouldn’t mind doing this in my apartment, painting half way and over my art. (Obviously, I would first go to the thrift store to replace my current art)
Loving this abstract print by Kristina Sostarko. It would look mighty fine on my living room walls.
Nic A. Miller just launched these stunning European Starlings. They are woodcut printed onto mulberry paper and individually hand-dusted with green iridescent pigment, then adhered onto 3/4″ thick plywood. The exact image is then scroll sawed out and sanded. Absolutely stunning. We have one of her large bears in our office, and everyone comments on it. What a talent!
You can buy a set of 7 starlings for $385. (It’s a limited edition of 100!)
Over the past few months I have developed a slight Monstera leaf obsession and am happy to be wearing them on my skin now. Also, if you buy one this week, you’re entering a give-away for one of Vincent’s beautiful prints.
This beautiful paper screen by Yasutoshi Mifune can be changed to various shapes and sizes depending on how you assemble the modular pieces of paper.
I am developing a slight obsession with Monstera leaves. This print is totally fueling it.
This minimal beauty of a wall clock is called Melancholia and the designers added a seriously poetic product description:
Like the film Melancholia, my clock also consists of two parts. The minute hand is called ‘Justine’, and she deals with her melancholic sister – the hour hand ‘Claire’. And just as Lars von Trier’s planet, Melancholia, devours the Earth, my minute hand will devour the hour hand twice a day. Twice a day the minute and hour hands are at the top together. But slowly, melancholia descends between them like a curtain she has set in motion. It looks like the “sisters” truly suffer from doubts. Twice a day you see them meet and talk about their experiences of being alone. They have different tempos. But they have been two, and, for a brief moment they become one. Alone in the Universe. It’s a scary and sobering thought. As when you see pictures from outer space, you shiver with the sense that we’re awfully alone.
Always wanted a big print of these two gentlemen in Apollo Space Suits for my home. The time has come!