Minimal and beautiful: Brake Angle Shelf
Love this screen print by James Gulliver Hancock.
I can’t help but think that this hook is smiling.
I am feeling this pennant.
Love this print by Max Wanger called Waikiki No. 4.
A guerrilla art series of unexpected sayings on metal street signs, installed in public spaces. Love this project by April Soetarman. She is running a Kickstarter so you can get your own sign, here.
YES to this message. Designed by Anthony Burrill.
100% of proceeds are going to Kindly Collective, a charity which funds and supports grassroots projects in three areas: women, kids, and creatures. The Limited Edition print aims to encourage a wave of kindness to sweep across the country, both in its message and its fundraising.
What a stunningly minimal wall clock.
I’d hang it. Serious Dreamer by Loulou Avenue.
I am feeling this print by Carlos ARL.
This is a beautiful, minimal print.
Love this embroidery piece by Jojo Giltsoff. She has an Etsy store. And now can’t stop thinking about what custom piece I want.
I don’t own a bakery, but I still want the Bakers Menu Lettering System.
I can’t wait until Secret Holiday has this banner back in stock. Definitely a message I wish I would have had hanging in my house a few years ago. And now.
Now this is a cat scratching post I could get behind. Thanks Tuft and Paw for bringing some style to cat furniture.
I love these simple, perforated message boards. I want to put them all over my apartment.
This poster by Anthony Burrill made me laugh.
Smile Mirror meets People from Berk İlhan on Vimeo.
A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to meet Berk Ilhan, the inventor of Smile Mirror. It’s an emotionally smart mirror that is unlocked with the power of a smile. Totally wonderful. I would totally hang one in my home.
Love this. By Tauba Auerbach.