Moment, a candlestick with extinguisher by Norwegian designer Lars Beller Fjetland.
Photos by Sjur Pollen
Handmade porcelain Doll Head mugs by Polish pottery studio ENDEceramics, founded by designers Natalia Gruszecka and Jakub Kwarciński. Available also in small size with saucer, you may buy on Etsy here.
Series of vases in mirror polished spun brass by Milan-based industrial designer Paolo Dell’Elce, for Swedish company Skultuna.
Various objects and lights from Futagami, a Japanese brass foundry founded in 1897, all created in collaboration with designer Masanori Oji
DIY vertical gardens by Flora Grubb. Above is the Woolly Pocket with plans like philodendrons, begonia, ferns, and wire vine and following the Thigmotrope Satellite, a screw-in metal holder for tillandsias (air plants)
Another Rug, a beautifull wool kilim with stairway motif designed by Copenhagen-based studio ATWTP (All The Way To Paris) for Danish brand &Tradition. Comes in yellow, red, green or blue.
From a ’67 magazine ad: the legentary amphibious + convertible Amphicar Model 770, pulling the ab fab 4.30m long amphibious + fully equipped mobile home Suleica F430 SwimmCaravan, both sold briefly during the 1960s in the USA by German companies.
Vladimir Putin’s portrait painted by George W. Bush, here on a throw pillow from Society6. Read story here.
MaKey MaKey is a fun kit that allows you to use everyday objects as computer keyboards, created by MIT’s Media Lab. Buy here
Set of souvenir plates with printed drawings of police torture techniques in Ukraine, part of the project titled Procedure room by Austria based- Ukrainian artist Nikita Kadan. The project included also posters, with the same Soviet era style of drawings and text from Yekaterina Mishchenko and Nikita Kadan.