Pillow (1967) and Without a Still Life (1968) via the best time of the day via radical art.
Barely translucent porcelain, “twelve white tumblers, one black tumbler, and one big container to include them all.” At KOBO.
Paper bags by Ilvy Jacobs via Fashion Intel. ALSO: Folded brown paper bags.
Prints by Jenni Rope for Marimekko A/W 2011 via ermie‘s totally awesome new-ish tumblr.
F/W 2011 movement from Jeremy Laing, a favorite.
I need this. By Xavier Barrade.
Beast (2008) and Heady (2008) by Helena Goldwater via ArtEco.
Hannah Waldron‘s weaving samples are blowing my mind with their awesomeness. Via all the mountains.
Rings that look like they were found in a shipwreck by Yasushi Jona via apparat.
Things under glass in the regrettably named but substantively incredible “Shabby Chic III” auction at Pierre Bergé Brussels on March 28, via Hollister Hovey.
The only way to deal with someone making fun of your crazy pants (ahem, A.K. and E.N.H.) is to be even more crazy. You think: witty mild teasing. I think: a fashion challenge. Hand-patched and embroidered pants by Heikki Salonen at The Convenience Store.
What the hell is a dust box and why do I want one so badly? By Journal Standard at Zozo.
Rugs made from the skins of stuffed animals by Agustina Woodgate via Anonymous Works.
My dream dishware by Kirstie Van Noort via Mike McDowell’s amazing Pinterest, Contemporary Ceramics.
Concrete Moon (2010) and Untitled (Moon/Cloud/Sun) (2004) by Mamiko Otsubo via Little Paper Planes. ALSO: Cast plyurethane and dust.