18.5.15

Sea-made beauty: Intertidal Deployment Object Series 2

Intertidal deployment object series 2 - 0001
By Something Like This Design
Image courtesy of Something Like This Design

 US Design Studio 'Something Like This Design' (Trygve Faste and Jessica Swanson) came up with this beautiful collection of ceramic objects that are both man- and sea-made.

Intertidal deployment object series 2 - 0002
By Something Like This Design
Image courtesy of Something Like This Design


The separate porcelain pieces were submerged in the ocean, allowing marine life like barnacles to attach to their surface.

Intertidal deployment object series 2 - 0004
By Something Like This Design
image courtesy of Something Like This Design

Love this!
One little thing though: I do wonder how these objects smell.
Living near the seaside i brought home many a barnacle-clad beachfind, and though pretty, they don't exactly smell of roses.

Intertidal deployment object series 02 - 0006
By Something Like This Design
image courtesy of Something Like This Design

More information on the 'Something Like This Design' website.
Spotted on Designboom.

2.5.15

In Hwa Lee: Ethereal porcelain

Shadowed color cup
White porcelain, 8,3 x 8 cm
By In Hwa Lee - photograph via Artaurea

Bowls - shadowed white cylinder set
White Porcelain, 26,5 x 10,5 cm
By In Hwa Lee - photograph via Artaurea
For more about South Korean Ceramic artist In Hwa Lee, check out Artaurea.

17.4.15

Crooked Mirror | Tafla by Zieta

Tafla Mirror by Zieta
image courtesy of Zieta


I love a mirror that invokes a certain playfulness, like this one by Polish company Zieta: i can imagine making faces in the crooked reflection of the edges everytime i'd pass it.

For more shapes and information about prices, check out the Zieta website.

Spotted here.


9.4.15

Kokedama // i want to make this

Klaproos
Photograph from Stringgardens.com

And once again i wish my fingers were greener.
Because if they were, i might be able to make a lovely Japanese Kokedama / string garden like the one above.

I guess that's way out of my reach, but with the help of this tutorial i found on Gardenista, i might just be able to build a kokedama like this one:

Gardenista Kokedama DIY by Erin Boyle
Photograph via Gardenista

6.4.15

I want to hang my laundry on this | Foldwork by Studio Berg

Foldwork by Studio Berg (Friederieke Delius)
Photograph via Studio Berg

A brass cross-breed between a wall piece and a cloth rack. Yes please.
For more information and a stop-motion-like presentation of the use check out Studio Bergs' website.

Spotted here.

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