Friday, February 02, 2007
Love this pillow case by Karin Åkesson for only £12 each. Enjoy!
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A fantastic illustrator out of the UK. To learn more about Jenny and her work click here.
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Thursday, February 01, 2007
Great pieces by Annabel Faraday. Print and ceramics...chocolate and peanut butter. Both make me smile. You can order directly through her site. She will be at Reform School in LA later this year. Check her out.
Posted by Another Shade of Grey at 4:41 PM
I adore these Valentines from Hello Lucky. They remind me of my grade school years.
Posted by Another Shade of Grey at 2:19 PM
You may recall Design Sponge wrote a piece a while back on Petaline and the pillowcases of Evo Noche. If you were a fan of the pillowcases then you might want a heads up on the great bargain that is the Evo Noche kitchen towels. Available directly from Evo Noche, this great design is just $6.00. I love it!
Posted by Another Shade of Grey at 11:30 AM
Not only do I love the designs of Kosta Linnewäfveri, their product photography is awesome. They can take what was a simple tablecloth and transform it into a work of art. Enjoy perusing their site.
Posted by Another Shade of Grey at 10:17 AM
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
I found the work of Mel Robson while tinkering around All Hand Made and I have to say I'm smitten. I love, love, love these recipe bowls. Mel is a ceramic artist out of Brisbane Australia. You can keep up with Mel and her works via her blog Feffakookan. Definitely someone to watch.
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I stumbled across the work of Todd Karam on one of my internet voyages and instantly became a fan. To me, his work screams "pop art", but he has definitely put his own spin to that term. His work is bright and lively, with a predominant theme of red and blues throughout. You can't look at his work and not instantly feel better. As seen below, he also has an excellent eye behind the lens. Makes me want to go out and take pictures! As of today, Todd's work can be seen at Anthropologie in downtown Seattle. All those lucky enough to live in such a cultured place need to hoof it on down there. For more about Todd and his work (his site is like virtual eye candy) you can click here. Enjoy!
Posted by Another Shade of Grey at 9:22 AM
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
I'm preparing to gut my master bath and perform a complete renovation. These tiles by Mia Goransson are the feel I'm going for. How lovely are they?
Posted by Another Shade of Grey at 5:08 PM
More birds because I love them. "Blackbirds of Happiness" can be used as a paper weight or merely eye candy. Very earthy. $49.00 at Viva Terra. Enjoy!
Posted by Another Shade of Grey at 11:01 AM
It's the return of the birds, I know, but I can't help it. Besides, the works of Faryn Davis are so absolutely magnificent you all won't care. Beautiful, beautiful work. I love the prisms. You can check out more of her work here. For more information on availability of specific pieces or to request a special custom order, please feel free to contact Faryn. Select pieces of her work can also be purchased at Redux
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Monday, January 29, 2007
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