Thursday, April 26, 2007

Soft Wall

Soft Wall is a wall for defining, dividing and storing is a soft, functional, sculpture-like piece at the same time. A soft, functional, sculpture like piece, Soft Wall is the ideal solution for defining, dividing and storing. Designed to accommodate the objects we need only from time to time (which would otherwise take up space on small tables, on shelves and in containers), Soft Wall is also a dividing wall that can be used in both the home and office since it adapts to the requirements of the location where it is used. Crafted in felt and available in two sizes, it rests on a metal frame.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Holy Homes

"Two bird houses made out of the best porcelain. Designed for a period in time and love for nature." by studio frederik roijé

Get Loaded

Load lets you cradle your gadgets while charging them.

Cara Barer Photography

Texan photographer Cara Barer takes absolutely beautiful photographs of books - worn, tattered, curled up old books.
Cara gets the effect by soaking books in her bathtub...

My photographs are primarily a documentation of a physical evolution. I have changed a common object into sculpture in a state of flux.

The way we choose to research and find information is also in an evolution. I hope to raise questions about these changes, the ephemeral and fragile nature in witch we now obtain knowledge, and the future of books."

Cara Barer

Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Beth Cavener Stichter

"The sculptures I create focus on human psychology – stripped of context and rationalization, and articulated through animal and human forms. This body of work was developed in an effort to understand how my own desires, fears, and insecurities have shaped my sexuality.

For this work, I collected stories from individuals who were willing to confide their most intimate experiences relating to gender identity, fantasies, fetishes, and abuses. I wanted to understand how these complex private experiences haunt our public persona's.

The portraits created for this exhibition found their genesis in these shared personal accounts; I took their stories in and merged them with my own. The figures which have emerged use their animal body language in an effort to communicate their human natures: coy, desperate, lonely, and full of both fear and an unspoken longing."

Follow the rabbit

Friday, April 13, 2007

You're A Horses Ass!

Esclusivo 10-Cup Coffee Maker

  • Exclusive dual heating system; the unique system includes two separate heating elements, each with a specific function
  • Removable filter basket holder for ease of use and convenient cleaning to ensure good quality, fresh brewed coffee every time
  • Ergonomic handle for comfortable use and easy handling
  • Pause and Serve function allows you to interrupt the brewing cycle and pour a cup of coffee before the full pot is brewed
  • Easy access water tank with level indicator allows for easy filling and cleaning

Esclusivo 10-Cup Coffee Maker

Here Are Some Really Crazy Shoes

Is that just an ordinary robe hook?

update (5/26/07) If you click on the picture it will take you to the site where I found these. However, it is in a language that I do not recognize. I do not know the story behind these shoes. I think the only place you could wear these would be a freak show or and erotica event or perhaps if you were some sort of bird for Halloween. They are super crazy and probably were someone's art installation.

Say Goodbye To The Courtesy Flush

Stick to the Ritual. Just a few drops of Nature Calls in your toilet prior to doing your business obliterates all odor. This truly revolutionary, plant extract derived solution doesn't just cover up unpleasant smells, it eliminates them. It's the perfect way to kickoff your Triple S.

Cloud Bed


Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Monday, April 09, 2007

PET Project

miwa koizumi uses heat guns and soldering irons to sculpt
realistic sea creatures from discarded PET bottles

'I love the idea of using liquid containers to make water animals.
contained/containing, trash/not-trash, like the jelly-fish or anemone:
living/non-living ...and I wanted some pets' - miwa koizumi

Friday, April 06, 2007

Ribbon Rings

Hand wrapped and wired in Argentium Sterling Silver.

Vintage bicycle with rubber wrapped wheels that move

Sterling silver vintage bicycle with rubber wrapped wheels that move suspended from a beautiful sterling silver chain with lobster clasp closure.
Leviticus Jewelry

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Breeza deodorizing toilet seat

The Breeza line of deodorizing toilet seats features an innovative design and patent-pending 4-stage deodorizing system which provides a more comfortable bathroom experience for your family and guests by eliminating embarrassing odors. The Breeza seat easily replaces your existing toilet seat, installing in under 15 minutes.
  • Captures odors automatically with ultra-quiet fan
  • Purifies air through activated carbon filter
  • Freshens air with replaceable fragrance vent
  • Luxurious heated seat
  • Gentle-closing & anti-microbial seat & lid

Breeza deodorizing toilet seat

Monday, April 02, 2007


I think this little guy is flipping you off.

Oil Jar with Silicone Brush

This great set features a glass jar, with a stainless and silicone top, that's attached to our patented Sili basting brush. The top has a silicone ring designed to help seal the jar between uses and keeps the glass jar protected. Use this handy set to keep oil, clarified butter or marinades close at hand when cooking. The brush can be used directly on a hot pan, bakeware or brush right on your food. You can also take it to the table for your quests to enjoy. To embellish your cooking with tasty sauces and spicy marinades, nothing beats a good basting brush. Traditional brushes with natural or nylon bristles can be a cleaning nightmare, but not this one. Ideal for use on the range, the oven, the BBQ, or for anything from roasts to pastry dough.

FTF Design Studio

FTF Design Studio is the furniture line of Roseann Repetti and her husband, architect West Chin. They are based in the meatpacking district and together have designed and decorated the homes of Christy Turlington/Ed Burns, Shalom Harlow, Alexis/Oren Glick, Francois Nars, Regan Cameron, Michael Thompson & more. Reacting to the overall enthusiasm they received from their clients and peers, West and Roseann decided to launch a home line created for their private clients to the public.

FTF's latest pieces are in Corian (typically used for kitchen counters & baths), The collection also includes elements like Walnut, Bamboo & Lacquer. FTF is a pioneer in using Corian for accessories and has become proficient in creating hand finished home products that result in a versatile & forgivable surface for the home, kitchen and bath.

Roseann Repetti cultivated her sensibility for fabrics, textures and home via her extensive 17 year career in fashion. Previously, Roseann was a fashion editor & stylist for various magazine titles, including Elle, Italian Vogue & Marie Claire and has worked alongside top fashion photographers including Steven Meisel, Walter Chin, Patrick Demarchelier, Arthur Elgort and Pamela Hanson. Roseann brings a very luxurious, modern understanding of design to FTF.

West Chin's philosophy is to combine comfort and versatility with a modern, clean and pragmatic approach. West is constantly in pursuit of merging style with functionality, a process that he was exposed to at a young age through his architect father. West subsequently started a design/build firm which is the synthesis of creation and execution is the foundation of his practice. FTF is short for "First to Fly", which is the translation in Chinese of West's middle name, Yit Fee, which symbolizes the first born son in America.

FTF was featured in New York Magazine "The City's 100 Best Architects and Decorators" and has been published in the New York Times, Harpers Bazaar, Vogue, Interior Design, Elle Décor, HC&G, Loft, Dwell, and Gourmet.

FTF Design Studio Inc