How smile-inducing is this cloud shaped tape dispenser, designed by Yu JuHyun?
This colorful beauty is a Wool Dry Mop. Made by a fourth-generation family business in Vermont
Keep historic facts at your fingertips in a rainbow-colored-fashion with this Perpetual Calendar. Simply rub each black box to reveal an interesting factoid that happened on that date in history.
College professor and artist Michael Jones McKean made a machine that generates two-story rainbows with the flip of a switch. His rainbow machine is comprised of commercial jet pumps and custom-designed nozzles that spray a dense wall of water into the sky—it’s the same as how you can get a rainbow from the sprinkler in your backyard, just on a much more impressive scale.
My lovely studiomate Maria Popova just surprised me with an early birthday gift: the Kids Growstick. Not only does it come in rainbow colors, it also will serve as the perfect mobile growth chart. As we are about to move in the new year, I didn’t want to start a growth chart on one of our door frames. This is excellent as it can be kept and handed over to our little ones once their older.
What an amazing gift for the rainbow-color-loving parent. Thank you Maria!
This Art print of a paper collage by Hollie Chastain made me look. Lovely. (A rainbow laser?)
Considering that this coming sunday, for Halloween, swissmiss family is about to dress up as a Double Rainbow (G and moi each one), Ella as Rainbow Princess and Tilo as a pot of gold, it is a given that these Rainbow Cocktail Napkins made me look!
Designed by Dutch architecture firm Hofman Dujardin, the DLA Piper office is a playful space intended to accentuate the variations in sunlight throughout a typical working day. What does that mean? The side of the building that receives the most sunlight is balanced with cooler tones, while the side that receives the least is compensated with warm tones. Meanwhile, the giant gradient of carpet connects the four main meeting rooms, while also creating a simple and clear sense of orientation within the building.
(Thank you Rion!)
The internet just got a little more colorful. Why? My lovely studiomate Jessi Arrington of Workshop just launched her brandnew shiny blog. Yay!
Make sure to have a looksie at her about page. Jessi makes me smile on a daily basis here at the studio and I am glad I can get my digital fix now, when she’s not around. The world needs more Jessis.
Please enjoy: LuckySoAndSo.com