Behold the awesomeness of the North American Wild Life series by Kelowna BC-based ceramic artist Paige Russell. Consisting of four archetypal North American vehicles, the vessels are handmade of matte white glazed stoneware. Perfect with your 60s rec-room inspired decor or ironic mustache. Buy them here.
Check out the Boskke Sky Planter. Yep, that’s it, hanging upside down there. Actually, it’s not upside down – it’s designed that way. (Another art school grad project! Thank goodness for design students. Without them, the world would certainly be less bloggable.) Using an internal reservoir system, the Sky Planter feeds water directly to the […]
It’s a classic design school project: redesign an everyday object (the stapler and the chair are popular picks.) Maxime Evrard, a student at the Ecole de Design Nantes, chose to redesign the chicken coop. You thought the Eglu was cool? Maxime’s Cocorico looks like a spaceship. With a tent attached. Would this be a good […]
Today marks the launch of Rock n’ Scroll: the Heavy Petal Garden Tour (woot!). See gardens from around the world, and share your garden with the whole wide web. Here’s how. To kick off the tour, I’m sharing my own back patio with you. Enjoy! The basics Gardeners: Andrea Bellamy and Ben Garfinkel (with daughter […]