Saturday, October 31, 2009

where the wild things are

Alberto CerriteƱo returns to Where the wild things are with this beautiful new contribution! I love the shapes Alberto does with paper cut outs. His colors are always top notch, too.
Check also his blog, too cute!

interesting display /137

source Sammy Rose

Friday, October 30, 2009


Andrea, Gillian, Patty and Will of the Lion Brand Yarn Studio (34 W. 15th Street, NY) are busy knitting a scarf for The Partnership for the Homless.

polaroid of the day /73

(polaroid by youcancallmekristin)

Thursday, October 29, 2009

felt alphabet

Do you remember plastic alphabet refrigerator magnets?
Now we can give our toddlers a highly improved set of numbers and letters to help them learn to count, spell and read. Felt alphabet and felt number sets from MiChiMa feature colorful letters and numbers that are easy for small hands to maneuver. You can use that alphabet all around your home to decorate.

home on the go

Home on the go is a compact little campervan of a home. It’s a 13 piece block set with 1300 ways to arrange them. A simple game made of design and fun, I love it!

maker's notebook

Pick up The Maker's Notebook for all your big ideas, diagrams, patterns, etc. Exclusive to the Maker Shed: Sticker sheets and a band closure to customize your book.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009


That illustration is very very cool, it is a fabric print...Think about a curtain or a shirt made with that pattern, simply crazy, even if I know someone that would dress something like that, eheh.
The pattern has been made by Justin Wallis.

home sweet home /57

Here is a home sweet home post dedicated to a large and bright house in London.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

remake it at home

Remake it Home is an exhaustive collection of resourceful household DIY design ideas. It's in the vein of US mag ReadyMade Magazine.
In addition to all the practical "why didn't I think of that" ideas the book also shares an inspiring collection of commercial design from all over the world which recycles existing materials in some fabulously designer way. (ie Tord Boontje's stunning Transglass vases, made from repurposed wine bottles, and my fave Log Bowls by Loyal Loot). Such simple and truly beautiful examples of sustainability in commercial design. I got to buy it!

lomo of the day /61

(lomo by ★Raffi W.)

Monday, October 26, 2009

perpetual storytelling apparatus

The Perpetual Storytelling Apparatus is a drawing machine illustrating a never-ending story. It is drawing machine translates the story into drawing. By Julius von Bismarck and Benjamin Maus.
"The machine translates words of a text into patent drawings.
Check also the YouTube clip.

interesting display /136

Sunday, October 25, 2009

I am a graduate

I am back and I am graduate! I debated my academic defence last Thursday (October 22nd), so I succesfully completed my relation with Politecnico di Milano.
I miss my blog and now I am back again! I am so happy to write here, it is so relaxing to me.
(image by Christian Bond)

Monday, October 5, 2009

I got to stop

Hello there,
this is the last post till 23-24 October, because I got to study a lot for my academic defence. I am sorry but it is so important and I cannot miss that chance. So I hope you will come back on the end of the month to check my news and my new posts.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

green tea

Nice project here designed by Nathalia Ponomareva from Russia. These tea bags created by the principles of origami. While the tea infuses the bird or the shape is gradually expanding. This is very poetic. I do not know if it is commercially produced, but the idea is wonderful.

romantic porcelain

Have you ever seen Samantha Robinson's site? It is gorgeous, really. She creates beautiful romantic handmade porcelain I fall in love with.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

interesting display /135

When in doubt, paint the trim green, crack the doors and put a plant on a stand in between.
source I suwannee


Very interesting posters that illustrator Brooke Budner designed for The Greenhorns, a documentary film about young farmers generating an agricultural revival.

Friday, October 2, 2009