I want a little forest of standing pens on my desks. Beautiful.
It’s been a wonderfully exciting week for team Tattly: In honor of Vogue Magazine’s 125th Anniversary in 2017, Tattly has partnered with the magazine to create a limited edition collection. We spent hours going through their archives to find illustrations from the early 1920s, 1930s and 1940s that would make beautiful temporary tattoos. Have a look, we think they’re stunning.
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.
3 sets of beautiful cards with questions designed to get a group of people into exceptionally entertaining and meaningful conversations. Love this.
Your friends might think you love to read but nope, you just like to eat! This Lunch Box Book made me laugh.
Any architect will tell you that, structurally, a triangle is the strongest geometric shape. Architect Kengo Kuma has taken this wisdom and rendered it into a playful and interactive building set. I’d love to play with these.
I have recently rediscovered my love for matches. And this Sliding Match Safe caught my eye.
Wow, Muemma is a beauty of a Bluetooth speaker. Incredibly decorative! Definitely #wishlisted.
The Confessions Game is designed to get a group of friends to share their lives triumphs, joys, fears and longings. #wishlisted
Turn your trusty cellular companion into the subject of a scavenger hunt between you and your friends: Game of Phones.
Mevo is a stunning camera that lets you easily livestream or simply record any event. We recently used Mevo at a CreativeMornings and I walked away incredibly impressed by the quality that this little camera delivers. It’s quite magical! It’s like having access to multiple cameras in one device. And the app it comes with lets you edit on the fly. Two swissmiss thumbs up!
Quiet Town is a husband wife team in Brooklyn that makes beautiful shower curtains and bath rugs with canvas that is 100% GOTS certified organic 10oz cotton from India. They source the most ethical and quality materials and work with people who care about the environment and their employees. Brooklyn made. Yes, please!
(via Cool Hunting)