Frank Moth Prints

One of my favorite Instagram accounts is by Frank Moth. I just stumbled upon his iCanvas store. I’d totally hang these in my home.

We Will Be Okay

Thank you Adam J.K.

Vestaboard Smart Messaging Display

I admit, I am secretly dreaming of owning a Vestaboard.

Melt Mirror

Bower Studios keep delivering fresh ideas. Love the sculptural quality of their Melt Mirrors.

Kate Watkins – Take Shelter

This print titled Take Shelter by Kate Watkins would look good in my home.

Emma Studd Separation

This print by Emma Studd! Wow!

Illustrations by Livia Falcaru

I am so happy I discovered the work of Livia Falcarus. She sells prints! YAY!

The Minimalist’s Wall Calendar | Visualize Your Year

I admit, I am not a big fan of wall calendars, but this one won my heart. Only 3 days left to back it on Kickstarter.

Be Kind

Be Kind Banner by Secret Holiday Co.

Rotary Calendar

This rotary calendar, by Toronto based designer named Chris, caught my eye.

Inventive Toilet Paper Holders

This toilet paper holder post over on Wallpaper is delightful.

Mobiles by Yuko Nishikawa

These ceramic mobiles by Yuko Nishikawa made me gasp.

You Are Enough Mirror

Jessica Hische had a heartbreaking conversation with her daughter: Her daughter told her that sometimes she looks in the mirror and wishes she had a different and more beautiful face. It inspired Jessica to make this piece with the message “You Are Enough”. For the full story, see her instagram post about it. Wonderful.

You can pre-order it here. (Love her experimental pricing.)

Birch Wood Hooks

I love the simplicity of these woo Birch Wood Hooks. Also comes in a row of 4.

Selfportrait (Quarantine)

What a stunning self-portrait by Ingrid Emaga. (You can buy it as a print!)

Floating Plant Hanger

Give the illusion of floating plants with this plant hanger hook.

My Life in Weeks

My life in weeks poster is a powerful visual reminder how short life is. Each box corresponds to one week in an average 88-year lifespan, and every filled-in box is one that you have already lived.

Massimo Vignelli Subway Posters

This series of six posters was designed by Massimo Vignelli, Beatriz Cifuentes and Yoshiki Waterhouse in 2013. Each is a tight crop of the New York City Subway Diagram at matching scale. Lovely!

(Thanks Jesse!)

Together!

We will get through this. We will get through this together” – Andy Beshear

(via Chris)

Ryan Putman

This print by Ryan Putman perfectly describes how I feel these days.

(via Dense Discovery)

A Hyper Minimal Calendar

It’s almost March, I know, but this hyper minimal calendar is too pretty not to share. GAH!

Kelly Knaga Print

Limited edition screen print by Kelly Knaga. Lovely.

Maple and Leather Wall Hook

A wall hook I’d welcome in my home. Also comes in black.

Not The Moon

NOT THE MOON is a pancake, digitized as a high-res, film quality scan, its texture applied to a true-to-scale sphere representation and virtually photographed with a 600 mm telescopic lens using minimal shutter and small aperture. Post-production (brightness & contrast, positive/negative) has intentionally been kept to an absolute minimum. Each variant is available as a limited edition of 100 silkscreen prints, signed, numbered and coded in reference to how minor planets are formally designated: e.g. 129 PNCK, while “1” indicates the variant/edition and “29” describes the amount of pancakes it took for that perfect one to make it all the way through and into the final edition.

Made me smile.

(I asked the internet which small shops/makers I should support. This was one of the suggestions.)