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After months of deliberation, I’ve finally broken free from my procrastinating ways and opened my own Etsy shop! I’m starting small, with only a limited number of needle-felted minis. The few days of setting up shop has been a whirlwind ride and might I even say, strangely satisfying. I’m happy I have accomplished what I’ve set out to do.
The Wisdom Tree Bookshelf by Spanish designer Jordi Milà is for people who see books as a source of knowledge and emotions and not simply as decorative objects. Its fluid and organic shape is inspired by growth of a plant. The books that represent the fruit of knowledge are supported by pieces covered in leather.
Should I make an attempt at this? Our cats have 4 boxes all over the house already, what’s one more right? For instructions go here.
OMG! The Career Evolution Store is open!!!! I wished I had these products years ago when I found out an AD I worked for couldn’t even use the basic tools of an application…. Scary but true.
I’m now a fan of these surrealistic photoworks by Dutch artist Teun Hocks. His oil on toned gelatin silver-print is the result of positioning himself in a painted setup, photographing the scene then painting on top of it.
I love this futuristic jet-powered bike, conceptualised by Norio Fujikawa.
This made me chuckle – Mysterio Predicts infant tee! 12 possible futures ranging from criminal mastermind to conspiracy nut. Good for a laugh. From Wry Baby.
Via Pearl River
These lovely handmade pom pom flowers have been popping up everywhere lately. I’ve actually considered doing a bunch of these delicate looking posies for my upcoming nuptials…now if only the wedding wasn’t some 4000km away.
If you are planning on making these flowers for a party, Martha Stewart has easy to follow instructions. You could even make mini versions as napkin holders.
New gorgeous plates from Swedish duo Camilla Engman and Elisabeth Dunker of Studio Violet, for Re-Used show at Manos starting May 1st.