This super minimal, slim bookend by Kenyon Yeh is getting my thumbs up.
Now, this is a fragrance commercial that made me look. Thanks for breaking the mold, Spike Jonze.
Over on Picture This kids can draw their own fabric patterns, send in the designs and receive a custom cut-and-sewn dress in the mail. So much fun!
I will give this Summer Rolls recipe a try with my kids. Looks so good, and most of all, fun to make.
This is what happens when you submerge a black gown for 2 months in the salt-rich waters of the Dead Sea. A beautiful project by Israeli artist Sigalit Landau.
Would it be safe to suggest that we should file these Mosquito Netting Socks under ‘products the world doesn’t need’? They definitely made me laugh tough…
Today would be Michael Jackson’s 58th birthday, which reminded me of Man in The Mirror, one of my favorites, and a song more timely than ever.
Ben Uyeda built a DIY spiral staircase using layered pieces of plywood cut with a CNC machine. This is absolutely stunning.
“do not choose the lesser life. do you hear me. do you hear me. choose the life that is. yours. the life that is seducing your lungs. that is dripping down your chin.”
― Nayyirah Waheed
If you’re into cats, you might like these cat drawings by Måns Swanberg.
I adopted a cat from the shelter exactly a year and I just recently realized that I have officially become a cat person. Words I never thought I’d say.
Big thanks to Canopy for sponsoring my RSS Feed and blog this week.
Amazon is a great place to shop, but it’s not the best place to discover new, beautiful things.
Canopy brings a more curated, community-driven experience to shopping on Amazon – with an organized catalog of products recommended by domain experts and people with great taste.
On the site, you can see what’s new and trending, shop by category or brand, or find gifts by personality type. They’ve also enlisted artists like Shantell Martin and trashhand to share lists of all the products they use to practice their craft.
How incredibly stunning is this hand-cut paper by Annie Vought?
“Eternal recurrence”: A sense of contentment with one’s life and an acceptance of it, such that one could live exactly the same life, in all its minute details, over and over for all eternity.