Tuesday, September 30, 2008


These coasters are made form unsold papers. The project is by Ela Cindoruk. Sold on ODC paris.

do you have any tattoo?

Do you like tattoos? Do you have any? I literally love that tattooed dolls. They are created by Mimi Kirchner, each one is one of a ind, and she projected both designs and patterns. They are made in series, but each is unique in its' fabrics and details.

lomo of the day /16

(lomo by Maclomhair)

Monday, September 29, 2008

gonzo in...

Gonzo in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Uahahhahhuuuuha

embrodery techniques

Erika Kern shows how using different embroidery techniques can dramatically change the look of a simple line drawing pattern.
First image:
The pattern is a simple outline made so that you can add as much or as little detail as you'd like.
Second image: The pattern looks great just on its own. I stitched it with a stemstitch and splitstitch using all six strands of the floss. This is great for when you want a project done fast because you can easily finish it in one to two days.
Third one:
The same pattern can be stitched in many ways, from right to left: outline with pen and ink–style shading, full-color fill, and black outline. Simply beautiful!

white rabbit

She is Stephanie Metz, she sculpts in wool in order to explore and exploit its unique physical and conceptual possibilities. To create wool sculpture she felts and works wool with a hand-held felting needle to create three-dimensional solid sculpture. The majority of her felted wool sculpture is self-supporting, however standing figures incorporate a simple wire armature for rigidity. It's amazing the way she can create figures from animal world!

Sunday, September 28, 2008

the abundant table

I really love to own books, because of their smell and touch. I think the next book I'll buy is The abundant table (I like cook too) Recipes from The Bishop's Ranch Kitchen by Elizabeth Schmidt and Ariel Ross Illustrations by Meg Mateo Ilasco graphics by Laura Crookston Deleot.

tooth time /07

For your goofy little facial hair enthusiast kitty friend, a catnip pillow toy with two tooth! Each one is made by hand and won't be an exact replicate of the picture. But it will most certainly be awesome.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

sweet honey

Awesome product design for Stanley Honey from the ad agency The Partners and creative directors Dana Robertson and Tony De St. Croix. The Partners, won numerous awards last year, it's a lovely idea, where you re-use the clay plant pot to encourage more honey making in the future!


A Belgian artist Magdalena Bors.

Friday, September 26, 2008

interesting display /01

This is an interesting display, the source is The art of display.

I'd like to buy

This is something I'd like to buy. They are rings made with typewriter key, awesome. You can find other beautiful things on The Weekend Store.

another polaroid of the day

Another polaroid of the day because we have to save polaroid.
(polaroid by jessepie)

polaroid of the day /24

(polaroid by by Peau)

Thursday, September 25, 2008

a vase with a a table

Here is the way you can create a vase with a table founded on Apartment Therapy. If you have wood tables and a creative open minds, you can add an extra dimension and wow factor to the space.
Find a tall vase that expands in size from bottom to top (the V-shaped vase pictured works perfectly).
Measure the center diameter of the vase, this will be the place where the vase will fit and hold in the table.

Cut the circular piece out of the wood, s
and the wood to a smooth grain. Place your pretty vase in the circular hole.
You won't need glue at all for this project.
The hold will hold the vase and you'll need to take the vase out to clean it, add water, etc.

green boutique

Another green boutique as Loyale.
Beklina is passionate about living at the harmonious crossroads of the nature and design. The boutique is a three women family operation, that hand selects the best available in sustainable style. Their fashion is modern organic, reflecting Northern California's grace and beauty. Beklina believes clothing and design can be precious, radical, nurturing, healing and wonderful. We invite you to join us in the joys and simple pleasures of a green lifestyle.

Wednesday, September 24, 2008

here is my dog

I decided I want to post some picture of my beloved dog. It's name is Ernesto is a beagle and is 5 years old. It is the first dog that has walked in my house since I'm born.

home sweet home /13

Elena and Teo are partners in their own architecture firm PorterFanna. They live since 3 years in a 500 sqft studio loft coop in Brooklyn.
They are going to have a baby so with a few pen strokes and a new attitude, their ideas for space efficiency became plans for a baby room instead of an office and a playpen instead of storage.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Pantone® Lego

Here they are some Pantone® Lego. Don't know the original source, I've found 'em on AceJet170.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

tooth time /06

You have been cleaning these guys your whole life. Now its their turn to clean you!


Here is a post of something I've found on one of my favourite blog that talks about graphic design: Grain edit. They are super cool matchbox covers designed by Cruz Novillo + Olmos. The matchboxes feature an illustration of an animal for each letter of the alphabet.

popcorn balls

Today I'm going to share a nice receipe that I've found on elsie marley's blog. How to make popcorn balls.
7 cups of popcor
1 cup sugar
1/3 cup water
1/3 cup corn syrup
1 tsp salt
1/4 cup butter
1 tsp vanilla and
2 drops of food color if you feel like it

First make popcorn. Be sure to pick all the unpopped kernels out or you will break a tooth on one. Now put together in a sauce pan sugar, water, cron syrup, salt and butter. If you have a candy thermometer put it in the pan, if not have a small bowl full of ice water next to the stove. Cook the delicious butter and sugar mixture until it hits 250 degrees. It will color a little when it’s done and the ball shouldn’t be rock hard, but should give a little under pressure.
When it’s done, take it off the heat right away and add vanilla and food color. Now pour the syrup all over the popcorn stirring quickly. It’s nice to have another person help at this point, but you can manage by yourself just fine. Let it cool a minute or two and make balls. If it’s sticky you can butter your hands a bit and then shape them. Voila! popcorn balls.