This simple porcelain lemon juicer was made in Hasami, a small town in Nagasaki Prefecture, known as the birthplace of fine Japanese ceramics. So simple. So beautiful.
Can you fall in love with a mug? Yes you can! I got a few of these CB2 mugs and I can’t get over how beautiful they are and how good they feel. They have an incredibly smooth finish.
What a lovely solid wood object – an old maths teaching aid which also makes a very nice paperweight or nerdful addition to your coffee table.
How stunning are these modern Fire Place Accessories by Eldvram?
Infinite Objects is pure magic: They make video prints.
You can now have your favorite short video, or your favorite GIF as an art object in your home, looping forever.
I love GIFs! I love art! I love Infinite Objects.
You can chose from the existing editions, or you can make your own. The content itself can be anywhere from a few seconds to 24 hours! But as soon as it ends, it will loop again. (The battery lasts about two hours, so best to keep it plugged in.)
What a fun gift!
(I got my favorite GIF on one of them and it’s making me laugh every day. Perfectly sums up 2020!)
Kirby is a ceramic vase, available in three shapes, each with a distinct personality. Where have you been, all my life, Kirby family?
I remember last year, when I had lunch with the wonderfully thoughtful and talented Max Guwanan, who’s aesthetic I deeply admire, and he showed me his latest product prototype. I at first wasn’t sure what I was looking at and he proceeded to explain it’s a light but also a speaker. Fast forward to this week, where he launched Teno, a new kind of speaker and a new kind of light. And most of all, a beautifully sculptural object. Congrats Max, you did it again. First Lumio, now Teno.