Round or square hinged brass mirrors by Morie Nishimura via Dezeen.
Kreten Objects, made of cast concrete in rubber-coated lycra, by Isaac Friedman-Heiman via Sight Unseen.
Sculptures by Tillman Kaiser via Wilkinson/Honor Fraser:
“That evokes a kind of funny fatalism and melancholy.”
The most moving paintings I’ve seen in ages: The sea in black-and-white by Werner Knaupp via Whim & Wanderlust.
Knit PVC pipe furniture by Kwangho Lee at Johnson Trading Gallery. ALSO: Enameled cabinet.
UFO hand-embroidered gauze scarf by Kapital at Project No. 8.
Perfect bronze singing bowls from Rose Bowl this morning with M. and B. ALSO: Shapes.
Jumpsuit, tie-dyed in yesterday’s class at Ooga Booga with Shabd!
Top: Harry Bertoia necklace ca. 1940 via modern silver. Bottom: Rochas F/W 2012 via WWD.
Smashed wood, repaired with resin, from the “Broken Board” series by Jack Craig.
I had a fever when I wrote this, so don’t judge me too harshly. Latest storyboard for the Etsy Blog, a myth about a human heart that would never know sadness:
“It’s a small consolation to the transcribers of our myths that the gods seem at least as befuddled by us as we are befuddled by them.”
Paintings, construction, by Nathalie Du Pasquier via goodshop.
DIG (2011), Ocean (Night) (2007), Ocean (Blue) (2007), Smoke (black) (2007) by Daniel Arsham.
Paintings by Melissa Thomson from the ECUAD 2012 graduate catalog via specks & keepings.
These three animated gifs posted all in a row on Ermie’s tumblr: genius.
My latest post for the Etsy Blog, about heat waves:
“the lovelorn jet stream following the sun, and all the air sinking down into you”
Cookies (and cookie house!) by Ayako Kurokawa of Kuroiwa Patisserie via Elle Japan.
Heavy handmade glasses by
someone called Future Specs Brent Pearson of Future Eyes, that look way, way better on B.H.