Mar 15, 2013
Oh look, it's Robert DeNiro
, Christopher Walken
, and Daniel Day-Lewis
in disguised as Bill the Butcher!! Nice. What better way for them to join forces than to have their handsome faces immortalized in magnet forms. We can all thank Honey
for that, the artist and founder of the best virtual art gallery on the planet - Sweet Station
, in my humble opinion. Yes I know, I'm her brother so I'm biased. These magnets aren't your ordinary run-of-the-mill magnets. These magnets are special. How special you ask? Check out the details on Robert's face. How about Christopher's wrinkles! Are you mystified by Daniel's handlebar stache? Their mugs were lovingly recreated from Honey's amazing illustrations
. For $8 plus cost of shipping, you'd get a pack with one of each. It's been a long loooooong time coming it seems but we finally have the magnets ready to go. All they need are good homes. Before I forget, there's a surprise that comes with each awesome magnet packs. I don't wanna spoil it but let's just say that if you can handle that truth, this is as good as it'll get. We appreciate you and I promise you'll like the magnet packs. But hurry, we're only making a very limited run, for real. Click here
Mar 14, 2013
Although yummy, these are not edible. Crunched Cushions
are dessert shaped pillows by French design company Bonjour Mon Coussin
Mar 12, 2013
Introducing Todd Lawson's latest invention, the Pet Sweep
, which will your pets cleaning the house independently. Lawson's animal-powered debris removal system will keep your home tidy & your pets busy. Here's your chance to have some fun with the pet lover in your life by giving them a Pet Sweep Prank Pack!
Mar 8, 2013
Sculptor and designer Daniel Ritthanondh
has made a ceiling lamp fixture inspired by the “barnacle” from the Half-Life video games. Link here.
Mar 5, 2013
These pieces make reference to Memento Mori, a theme often depicted in art and Classical antiquity. They are luxuriously over stuffed offering a Bourgeois comfort, borrowing from the look of Victorian parlor furniture. They convey an air of humour and of the bizarre. The chairs are old pieces fully reconditioned and upholstered. As a process this allows Sam to embroider a new history into them and makes each one slightly different. The shape of the chair allows the print to flow into the chair structure, giving a figurative character and seeming to personify the piece. The images are sourced from old medical journals. They are adapted and then digitally printed on Velvet. Link here.