Aw, aren’t these really cute? These tea cup plushies are the handiwork of Teresa from Sewing Stars.
In a rather interesting experiment, Dorothy Gambrell, the “best underground cartoonist”, applied every Photoshop filter on this picture.
Guess how the final result looked like ?
If you love reading magazines, but hate the sight of them strewn haphazardly on the coffee table, the Pictura magazine rack is a simple and elegant way to de-clutter your living space. The front of the rack acts as a frame, and turns
These Obama themed sneakers are the brainchild of Jim Lasser from the Weiden+Kennedy studio. Yes, I know. The image of the left shoe has been purposely mirrored to make the words legible (I hope). Link
Michael Lebowitz has put up a beautiful gallery of hotel door knob hangers, that he found while going through the belongings of his grandfather who passed away last year. His grandfather worked in the foreign service, and had managed to pick up a considerable number of hangers from
This calendar is perfect for people who feel the compulsive need to pop the bubbles on bubble wrap packaging.
The calendars measure 48” x 18”, and are printed on glossy paper and clear acetate. The prices for limited edition calendars start at $29.95 and can go up to a
This dazzlingly beautiful rug is from Top Floor, a multi-award winning design studio based in London. The firm, founded in 1988 by Design Director Esti Barnes, is located at the Chelsea Harbour Design Centre. The hand-tufted Ethereal rug can be ordered by customers in any color
I have always believed that good design should be functional, beautiful and practical. The HANG wall hooks from Italian design house Seletti fulfill all these conditions. The letters are 8” tall, and come with all the requisite hardware required for installation. You
I just dig the Sweeney Todd reference on this totally sweet-looking Razorblade Mirror from Suck UK. I’m not totally sold on the functionality part, but would still love to own one.
The mirror is priced at £75.00 (or about $149).
The 'Toast Messenger' allows you to burn your custom messages in your own handwriting onto slices of ordinary bread.
Sasha Tseng, a Taiwanese designer now based in San Francisco, is the brains behind the device, which was awarded the silver prize in the New Era Gourmet Cooking 2000-2010 section by EUPA.