Durian and mineralogy scarves by Charlotte Linton.
Inkjet prints by Jeurgen Bergbauer via aandd.
I’ve been looking for a console table/desk and this one by Philippe Malouin is seriously inspiring. ALSO: Concrete bowls via Dezeen.
Bookends by Carl Auböck at Mondo that seem totally worth their price the more I look at them. ALSO: Leather box.
Stools made with gravity and magnets by Jólan van der Wiel.
I’ve totally been on a marled knit kick lately: Jonathan Saunders A/W 2012 via Coûte Que Coûte.
New Etsy Blog post about blowing things up for the lunar new year:
“A really big explosive is the opposite of disposable: it lasts no longer than enough. . . . You handle it gently, and then suddenly, there’s nothing left.”
Araucaria trees via Maria Smit’s awesome pinterest via The Gorgeous Daily/casa-del-lago.
Haat (led by Issey Miyake textile designer Makiko Minigawa) drapey shirt and Humanoid knit leggings and the Dieppa Restrepo boots that I got with KC and hardly ever take off.
Love this series of Polaroids by Tim Frank Schmitt via alexandria nagel. ALSO: Drawings.
Vintage Taxco sterling silver Mexican perfume bottles from Love, Adorned, which K.C. and A. predicted I would love and were totally right. ALSO: Hand earrings by Conroy & Wilcox and turquoise pebble earrings by Lou Zeldis.
From the “Monumenta” series by Clemence Seilles.
From the “Topographic Projections and Implied Geometries” series: Long exposures of light projections, photographed by Jim Sanborn via today and tomorrow via i like this art:
“The landforms themselves are quite large, requiring the projector and camera to be, on average, 1/2 mile away from the subject landscape.”
New post for the Etsy Blog, for the new year:
“Maybe somewhere in the middle of shedding, your snake will start to worry about its soft underbelly and will stop to catch its breath; it will sit there for a moment while its heart forges on, impatient.”
Things with lines from a thrift store day with A. over the holiday break. ALSO: This bowl with a really nice drip.
nizdos (whirl), made of straw, cardboard, aviary netting, package tape, and charcoal, by Shea Hembrey via Le territoire des sens via BOOOOOOOM. ALSO: Mirror in the ground. (Thanks, Carol!)
Some pretty perfect combinations of plant and vessel by morgasbord via ermie.
A silver layer “slowly oxidizing under the influence of oxygen and water” by Lex Pott and David Derkson.
When A.K. is working, all I want to do is find something to distract him and maybe make him laugh. From top: Little Sandwich (2011), oil pet (2011), leaking abstract (2011), can building (2011) by Stefan Gross.
Perfect everyday earrings from Jane Diaz.
fog field prism (2009) and arboreal prism (2009) by Kirsten Kay Theon via the rad Pretty Homes, who always has an awesome comeback for all the freakin’ philistines on Pinterest. ALSO: Metronome (2011).
Gorgeous ink drawings of tangles and loose threads by Liza Sylvestre.
Details of Rodarte dresses from the 2012 couture collection, inspired by the paintings of Fra Angelico, on view at LACMA. Via Los Angeles, I’m Yours. ALSO: My favorite Fra Angelico piece, totally unassuming in person, the fresco The Mocking of Christ, with the spitting head and disembodied hands.
A stool and two wall shelves by Pierre Charpin via the awesome Tiziana Tosoni.
New Etsy Blog post! Went with a very different format this time; it’s about things that are for making other things:
“I’d want her to always be unfinished, to know raw edges and tomorrow, and the possibilities in remnants and pieces of string . . . I hope her ideas always consume her, at once feverish and specific, and I hope there will always be more ideas than she can ever get to.”
Objects and drawings from the Yãnomãmi tribe in the Sierra Parima mountains along the Venezuelan/Brazilian border, collected by Lothar Baumgarten. On view at Museum Folkwang via ArtDaily. ALSO: Tetrahedron (1968) via iheartmyart.
Officially my go-to weekend outfit for the rest of the season: A.K.’s vintage sweater, Cacharel wool pants, and Beatrice Valenzuela slip-ons that I will wear well into the springtime from Vivier & Bentley.
Spreading Out (2007), Sifting Out (2007) and Junkrise (2007) by Ethan Hayes-Chute via butdoesitfloat.
From the “Private Moon” series by Leonid Tishkov via Hila S.
Drawing of a calendar, an armchair by Philip Guston via yram ddik via an ambitious project collapsing from Yale Digital Content. ALSO: Guston went to high school with Jackson Pollock.