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Don’t you love this stamp ring by Colleen Baran? It’s so sweet! Why don’t I ever think of this stuff?
Via Noquedanblogs.com.

yttr -Mar 31, 2009, 11:08AM
genius.

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pillow blanket

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This pillow blanket by Joon & Jung looks so so comfortable. It makes me want to sleep just looking at it! It’s a neat idea too, sewing together many pillows. What do you think?
Via.

brenda -Mar 31, 2009, 3:09PM
That is perfect! I can use it when I watch movies and I want to lay on the floor
emilie -Mar 31, 2009, 2:13AM
i could take a SERIOUS nap with that blanket! so cozy looking!

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gourmet amigurumi

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I recently saw these cuddly crochet pals by GourmetAmigurumi and I can’t get over the little details! I love their expressions and clothing and even their little eyes! Definitely check out GourmetAmigurumi’s blog, as she posts lots of her work in progress which is cool to see, as well as patterns and tips!
Via.

Storage Blackley -Sep 29, 2010, 3:35AM
Great comment, love the design of the site too.
Stevie -Mar 30, 2009, 9:13PM
These things are cool, but I'm not too sure I'd be eager to cuddle up with one of them!

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faucet + vase

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Believe it or not, this vase is also a working faucet! It was designed by David Vercelli for the Italian bathroom company Hego Waterdesign. I love the look and the thought behind this faucet, but I have to agree with Apartment Therapy when they say that they aren’t sure they’d be too keen to drink from it. Still, what a neat design!

tc -Apr 02, 2009, 3:51AM
I love this, and how smart it is! Except orchids would mosdef die this way with just straight water, but other freshcut flowers would be so cool.
Heather -Mar 29, 2009, 9:17PM
wow! this is the most amazing faucet I have ever seen! Just today I was at a friend's house and she has one that looks like an old fashion well pump. A bit similar but this is very cool!

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One of our former design team employees, Michelle, recently dug up our Art Director Doub’s glove project from many years ago, and posted it on her blog! You can see it above, it’s pretty fabulous – I couldn’t resist sharing it with you guys as well!
Here’s a little note from Doub about where the inspiration for this project came from:
Well what became fascinating for me when I started the glove project was how elaborately detailed each pair of gloves were. And with each glove it’s delicate little details really dictated each design. I had become obsessed with gloves and was scouring the city for them mainly for the strange need to cut one of the pair up into a silhouette. I still have such an appreciation for the amazing craftsmanship and design of gloves.
It really is a very inspiring project! And speaking of inspiration, our friend Michelle’s blog is called Inspiration Resource, and aptly so! You should definitely check it out if you feel so inclined…

Elsita -Mar 26, 2009, 10:49PM
This is so great! Elsita :)
Megan -Mar 26, 2009, 3:16PM
These are so cute and interesting, did Doub sew up the little garments?

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very delicate delicates

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I am in love with these exquisite dainty little underthings by Stumpet & Pink. They’re too delicate for me though, I would definitely inadvertently rip seams and tear them up if I wore any! They are so so pretty to look at though. What do you guys think?
Via Miss Jane.

stacy -Sep 24, 2009, 11:54AM
Very pretty. Love the ruffled black underwear!
Tara -Mar 27, 2009, 4:36PM
I LOVE these. They are so delicate and beautiful...I do agree they don't look too durable but they are also not for everyday wear...still pretty little things...

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salt art

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Motoi Yamamoto creates these amazing designs with loose salt, or salt baked into bricks for large structures. He started using salt as his only medium when his sister passed away from brain cancer twelve years ago, and he looks at his labyrinth-esque art as at once futile yet necessary to his healing. It’s also interesting to note that in Japanese culture salt is often considered a symbol of purity.
See a nice interview with Motoi here.
Via here & here.

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Kia -Mar 25, 2009, 2:05AM
These are awesome! This guy is so talented!

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L.E.D. Sheep!

There are no words for this video other than totally awesome! Samsung paid these guys to go to Wales and put some LED lights on sheep and herd them into patterns to make different displays! The sheep were probably kind of confused, but boy did they help make some cool visuals! Check it out, it is just amazing!

P.S. Props to the sheepdogs too!

Peps -Mar 27, 2009, 4:36PM
Brilliant!
jaime -Mar 24, 2009, 8:44PM
This is the coolest thing I've ever seen!! I love when they make the walking sheep...so incredible!

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blow up hoodie

How about this hoodie made partially from a blow-up doll by Mama Anders? I first noticed it because I thought it was funny to have a face on the back of your head, I didn’t realize it was a blow up doll until looking closer.
Mama Anders: I customize existing tracksuit tops with parts of the blow-up dolls…These dolls are so ugly and vulgar that turning them into something beautiful has become a challenge for me. The doll is a means to convey something else. Interesting!
Via LikeCool.

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Lucy -Mar 19, 2009, 11:37AM
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fashion lollies

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Massimo Gammacurta created these still life shots, which feature the logos of some famous fashion labels (I bet you know which ones!) as lollipops! Interesting, but mainly makes me want to go grab a dum-dum…
Via Yatzer.

comfy feet

Can you believe this odd rug by Laurens Van Wieringen? It’s made out of little bits of polyurethane foam, in different colors and heights that make a mini-landscape! I would love to walk on it in bare feet – I bet it feels awesome!
Via Design Crisis.

Faith -Mar 18, 2009, 12:02AM
This is so cool and comfy looking! ~F
Valerie -Mar 17, 2009, 6:16PM
It brings back memories of light brights. Love it.

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I’m finding these knit creations by Sandra Backlund really impressive. They are so visually interesting, complex and unique! I especially love the back of the fourth one, but they are all really gorgeous! Do you guys like them too? Have you ever seen anything like them?
Via Ma Frangine.
P.S. Also check out these cool knits from Rödel Latin America, again via Ma Frangine…
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pruittfpgirl -Mar 17, 2009, 5:26PM
Cool! Crochet rocks! :) I actually meant 'knitwear' in the very basic sense that the material is a knit material, rather than a woven material - not that it was knit rather than crochet. I'm sorry for the confusion! :):) xo p
Smellyann -Mar 17, 2009, 4:58PM
Actually, a lot of those are crochet, not knit. :)

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