Found sea flotsam and man-made detritus, part of “Flotsam GIF Shop” at Struts Gallery by Tegan Moore. ALSO: This article about the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
12-volume, 2,450-page book with the name of every nuclear bomb detonation in the world, ever, by Andrea Pinheiro.
Paintings by Meghan Petras.
Paper collages by Ambrosine Allen: View from an Isolated Point (2012), A Broad Tract of Fresh Water (2012), On the Exposed Coastal Edge (2012) via Flaunt:
“A world that shadows our own but presents an alternative evolution.”
Stickerfoil on marbleplate (I like both those words) by Noem Held.
No better reason to share something than that you were feeling really bummed out, and it lifted you. From “Celestial Terrestial” series by Elena Stonaker.
Kites by Anna Rubin via Airworks Studio/Drachen Foundation:
“I had always been scared that if I changed the form too much it wouldn’t fly. But . . . I suddenly realized that you can actually build anything. As long as you are careful about the horizontal spar, it will still fly.”
My latest guest post for Need Supply, on poet Steve Roggenbuck. ALSO: Paletas.
Designer Marzia Chierichetti‘s home in Kenya via Pia Jane Bijkerk. ALSO: this furniture from her line Be Clever.
Amazing collection of flatware from Bauer Design Collection via Mondo Blogo. From top: Shozo Toyohisa for Nobile Produzione (1990), Sola (1952), Svend Siune for Georg Jensen (1965), Robert Wilhite for Bissell & Wilhite (1990).
These images of cheese by Pthograhpies via Present & Correct.
Acne acetate leather-lined clutch at Creatures of Comfort.
Bonkers beautiful textiles by Swati Kalsi via Indian by Design:
“My vocabulary for ornamentation.”
Photographs by David Hanes.
E. J. Jelles floor lamp ca. 1964 via Cencity. Garrault-DeLord objects ca. 1970-1977 via the-saleroom.
Steel, white bronze by Nick Van Woert at L & M Arts.
Nickel polished steel cracks by Michael Genovese via Oh Wow Gallery.