Illustration by Nick Lu, you can buy it as a framed print here.
Love this print. Tomorrow, by by Anthony Burrill.
Now you can not only eat your vegetables but wear them too. Team Tattly just launched the Farmer Market Set by Vincent Jeannerot. LOVE THESE!
I am feeling this sentiment.
I’d hang this Floating Leaf Print on my living room walls.
Stefan Draschan spent countless hours visiting different museums in Paris, Vienna and Berlin where he would wait for visitors to match with a piece of art. Beautiful.
Cascade: A huge rainbow waterfall of dripping paint by British artist Ian Davenport. Wow.
I posted abut The Uncomfortable Collection before. I keep going back to it. These rain boots are especially discomfort inducing. Also, this cooking pot.
Csilla Klenyánszki’s Photography made me look. Click through to IGNANT to see more.
Don’t have a green thumb? Get this Green Home Print instead of plants.
Lucien, the force behind The Invisible Dog Art Center is one of my favorite humans, ever. I love the creative community he has built here on Bergen street, and let me be part of. He gets my support for Season 9 of The Invisible Dog. Does he get yours?
The video is by the super talented team of Mac Premo. Definitely my favorite Kickstarter video to date!
This Feelings banner would look good in my living room.
I agree with this message.
Chromatin is the animated variation of Medina Dugger’s Chroma photo project which celebrates women’s hair styles in Nigeria. Made me look.
These giant colorful pencils carved into gray Aspens by Jonna Pohjalainen made me look.
We always say you shouldn’t play with food but these art installations by Sakir Gökçebag are stunning.
Agata Bieleń’s Manual Collection made me look.
Click through to see the beautiful Block Shop Woodblock Prints! I want them all!
(via Design Crush)
I love this limited edition Ice Cubes Silkscreen Print by Christoph Niemann. I also recommend his archive of Sunday Sketches.
This painting by Michael Wall is stunning. I would give it a home.
I just discovered art by Guy Mees. I’d hang it in my home. For sure.