Quartz asked 40 leaders in art, business, fashion, science and social justice the question:
What’s the best gift you’ve ever received? (Really well done with the exception of the giant Rolex Ads in between)
What’s the best gift you’ve ever received? Mine was a print by an artist I love.
Last Friday team Tattly launched a collaboration with
Sesame Street! (Yes, my head is nearly exploding!)
I am personally in love with
Mr. Snuffleupagus but will wear a Cookie Monster any day! See all Sesame Street Tattly here. So much excitement for this collaboration! Please allow me a YAY!
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fountain pen is a beauty. Yes, please!
I am a grown woman and I want a pair of
Iceland Baggy Leggins in my size.
This luggage tag made laugh:
Lumio is one of my favorite design-objects I own. Seeing that they came out with a mini makes me happy.
The makers of the wonderful
lost my name books are at it again: The Incredible Intergalactic Journey Home. My kids will eat this up!
I am not usually not big into tea towels but
this one, by School of Life made me smile. I most certainly consider cooking as a form of therapy.
Love seeing how Che-Wei and Taylor have improved the
Pen Type-A. I use mine often. And love it.
They are now launching
Pen Type-B, a minimal pen in a pocketable sleeve engineered to last generations. Their current Kickstarter campaign is way over goal already. Totally happy for them.
Yay to makers of minimal, quality products.
Notabag is a smart combination of a bag and a backpack. With a single pull on the straps, it transforms itself from a sleek eco-friendly bag to an easy-to-carry backpack. I am into it.
I was just browsing the
NEW section on the MoMA Store site and noticed this colored pencil set by Caran D’Ache. These are the coloring pencils I grew up with. Who knew they are MoMA Store worthy! Made me smile!
No Mug made me chuckle.
Procastinator Patch by NO FUN. Made me smile.
I am no fan of coasters. Never cared from them. Until now. I discovered
these from Chilewich.
I am so getting my kids one of these
classical memento boxes. Really lovely.
Help ink sells
t-shirts, cards and prints that do good. The concept is simple: You spend $5, they give $1. The above t-shirt is by no other than Jessica Hische.
(via Chris Glass)
A natural wooden tray that elegantly
holds a mug and saucer, memo pad and smartphone.
Today I brought home some
Chatty Socks, socks with faces. Haven’t seen my kids this excited in a long time. (I think they’re pretty cool too!)
As someone who tries not to type anything longer than one or two sentences on my phone, I could see myself using
this keyboard by Waytools when on the go.
egg holder makes your soft-boiled egg look like it just landed on your plate, from outer space. Made me smile.
This customizable monster shirt by
Creatures & Features put a smile on my face. What a great gift for little ones.