Heavy handmade glasses by
someone called Future Specs Brent Pearson of Future Eyes, that look way, way better on B.H.
From the “Ambiguous Documents” series by Ana Wawrzkowicz via Jennifer Bastian.
Loving just about everything in Uma Wang‘s F/W and S/S 2012 collections, via O. (Also, her profile pic is wonderful.)
Cast sugar sculptures by Rebecca Holland via Art Lies at Barry Whistler Gallery.
Wood prints by Martha Richter.
White Assemblages (2010) by Thaddeus Wolfe.
New Etsy Blog post, one I really worried over, about whether there is feminist stuff or feminist art, or if it’s a relief that:
“The stuff of feminism doesn’t fit neatly into et cetera or et al., a small victory for the ill-fitting and the out of character.”
Slag glass tumblers by Challinor, Taylor and Company ca. 1870-1890 via Blaaargh! More info here.
Latest post for the Etsy Blog! On the grand, great indulgent loneliness of making lunch for one (also, lots of dream dishware):
“A stiff breeze is still the best tool to separate wheat from chaff, but chaff is a much better word, and closer to this worry: that the entirety of what I’m holding dear might be nothing but a kernel, and someday that gets ground up, too.”
Amazing rings at Galerie Marzee via Eleni Contemporarty. Top: Hannes Groffy. Bottom, clockwise from top left: Stephanie Jendis, Ute Eitzenhöfer, Mari Ishikawa, Karin Seufert.
Hand-drawn shirts by Adriana Lozano via Lucía via Worthis.
Gorgeous handknotted bracelets and earrings by Wing Yau of WWAKE.
In other news, I got a car this morning! Thanks to M. and N. for restoring my faith in the grand vast surprising goodness of the internet.
Glasses concepts by Masaki Komoto via Josh Jacob.
I love me some scarves. Ice cave and mountain from the “Light as a feather” collection by fieldguided via all the mountains.
That great Ovid line: “Envy aims very high.” Untitled (1971) by Nobuo Sekine, made of stone and stainless steel, via Mutual Art.
SUMI (1968/1988), charcoal, by Katsuhiko Narita as part of the amazing Mono-Ha “Requiem for the Sun” show at Blum and Poe. Via Hadley Holliday. ALSO: Soft Concrete (1970/2012) by Kishio Suga.
Chain of Triangles (from Dunkirk to Paris) (2011) and Chain of Triangles (from Vernet to Barcelona) (2011) by Leonor Antunes at Marc Foxx.