Thursday, August 30, 2007


Conceptual pieces designed for
an art installation as part of
the 2005 Armory Show


Decay of a City


Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Akris Fall Line

The collection carries the unmistakable signature of designer Albert Kriemler, who creates fashion for a feminine woman with personality
and charisma. He has unwaveringly adopted an independent and authentic way forward and his unique philosophy has helped the company gain worldwide prestige in recent years.

Monday, August 13, 2007

Luna vase by Eero Sairanen

LUNA by Eero Sairanen is a sculpture/vase that revolutionizes the traditional concept of the vase.


For those of you unaware of the newest member of our great big happy Wists family, check out YoKiddo! It's the love child of cribcandy and popgloss.

Box Sofa

Sorry I've been away. I had a near death experience and I let some things go. I'll try to get back on track.

Thursday, August 02, 2007

Seth Rolland

Seth Rolland works from his studio in Port Townsend, WA, an hour and a half from Seattle. Visitors are welcome, please contact Seth to arrange a time for your visit.

I have been making furniture for 17 years, first in Taos, New Mexico and now in Port Townsend, Washington. During that time my work has evolved to be more organic both in design and technique. Forms in nature have always been my primary inspiration. I admire the simplicity and economy of the natural world where each material shows its full range of possibilities.

I am drawn to natural forms because they are not static: they grow, spring, flow, balance, fracture and erode. Each of my designs starts with the idea of such a motion, in addition to the function of the piece of furniture. In my furniture I emphasize structure over ornamentation, and dramatic transitions instead of exposed joinery.

To refine my designs, I sketch, make scale models and full size patterns of important parts. I choose woods that complement the design of the piece and the room for which it is made. Since nature is my inspiration, I try my best to care for it by using sustainably harvested woods. Many of the details of my furniture do not show up in photos: textures, edges and curves that are meant to be touched more than seen. I want my furniture to be fun to touch, sit in, eat off and live with for many generations.

Seth Rolland