It’s frosty in Nova Scotia. Photo by Susan Black.
|| Sighted @ 29 Black Street
These colourful mosaics by Canadian artist Chris Dorosz don’t consist of pieces of tile. In the close-up you can see the acrylic gels used to fill in spaces between industrial staples. I cannot imagine how painstaking this must have been to create.
I have a thing for shelving that has a DIY feel and hundreds of possible combinations. These are the SUM shelves by Peter Marigold.
|| Examined @ Greenfinch Work Rooms
Oh what I wouldn’t have done to have been at this MT Expo in Tokyo. (Actually I often find myself wishing I could click my heels together three times and say, “There’s no place like Shibuya. There’s no place like Shibuya.”) If it didn’t rain so much here I’d probably be wrapping my bicicletta in washi tape this very minute.
|| Uncovered @ Hello Sandwich
We might have to brave the Seattle turkey-sale traffic this weekend if we can’t sell our Seahawks tickets. Luckily this print is helping me feel ok about it.
|| Unveiled @ Albie Designs
- Edwin Land, scientist, inventor, co-founder of Polaroid.
I am head over heels for Claire Morgan’s installations, even if I am a little scared of taxidermy birds.
Hungry for some ham bone. El Butcher illustration by Wisconsin designer Alex Perez.
I’m always inspired by wall art that get’s me thinking, “I bet I could make that.”
|| Spotted @ Design Milk
For when you need to sharpen pencils that you don’t particularly like, this super cute MollaSpace tank sharpener will help satisfy your pencil-hate.
|| Observed @ Joss & Main
How many times can I say “wow” to one picture? Incredible ribbons of wood that twist from a bench into a doorway at Veuve Clicquot’s Hotel du Marc in Reims, France.
|| Seen @ NotCot
Inspired by the solo Sticker art pieces by Brooklyn-based Flat Vernacular. En masse these motifs are placed on unique wallpaper. Incredible.
|| Inspected @ bltd