London-based designer Kacper Hamilton made this set of seven wine glasses inspired by the seven deadly sins.
A nice collection of paintings and drawings by the crazy talented, Glenn Arthur, can be found waiting for you at his Myspace page. Beautiful stuff.
Montreal’s Melanie Favreau designed this end-of-the-world “Kaboom! Kaboom!” ring set. If the end is near, might as well accessorize for the occasion. Ahahahahaha. Love it!
Craftsman Giovanni Scafuro has launched a laboratory where built with the techniques most varied and entertaining reflective objects, which stem from a brilliant reinterpretation of everyday life. (via ELMANCO)
I discovered Dubstyle by accident through Flickr. I’m a bit at a loss in trying to describe some of his photo series. I looked at all his albums without stopping and laughed all the way. I don’t know what it is, maybe I’m just in this mood where I laugh at everything.
For the die-hard smoker, this accessory will underscore just how bad-ass you are. For those who would like to quit, perhaps this metaphor will help supress your cravings. Smoking gun by Design Glut.
St. Louis artist Mary Sprague’s collection of poultry portraits are worth the visit alone. Kotkodak kodak kodak! Ahahaha.
” Hendrik Kerstens is one of those artists who have managed to develop a career seemingly concentrating on one subject throughout the years. In his case, the model has been his daughter Paula. How different is she as a subject because of being his daughter? Not very. Which is as powerful a revelation as any. After all, one would expect some closeness, some special insight. Nothing of the sort. What we get is a serious young lady, as serious now as she was on the pictures being only a few years old. A gaze that refuses to talk. Our only partner in dialogue seems to be the light that paints the face gently, yet at least on surface, without the love one would expect. We see all the Vermeers and other 17th-century Flemish painters participate in this creation, yet this, here, is darker, less inviting. It doesnâ€™t pretend that something can come out of this encounter. Nothing more than a picture, a gaze, a world that is forever there, for us to admire, but not to discover. ” (via Light My Life)