Brooklyn based Grow House Grow specializes in hand printed wallpaper with a narrative twist. Each collection features an array of wallpapers inspired by stories of murdered frontier women to bunnies in the back yard. They’re currently featured in this year’s Brooklyn Designs, going on this weekend.
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Beautiful and unique items for the casa from Horne. Also, check out the casa of the folks behind Horne, featured on Design Sponge – beautiful.
Bring a little spring indoors. “Greenware Design is a two woman team that combines the talents of two longtime friends, Irene McCollam and Leslie Geer. Irene, the potter, creates original ceramics on her pottery wheel. Leslie, the planter, fills them up with unique succulent plantings.” Kudos to Etsy for featuring them.
AJ Fosik’s updated take on folk art is both poppy and unpredictable. Plus, check out his amazing collection of vintage beer sweaters – originally how I found out about him.
Looks like I’m a little late to the party – but check out Kitsune Noir’s Desktop Wallpaper Project, a collection of pieces from emerging artists already formatted for your iPhone, PSP, and any desktop size. I think even folks with a PC could use these…very cool idea, and great way to check out new artists. [...]
Emily Rothschild is an industrial designer living in Cambridge, MA. Her witty upgrades to the nameplate include the emotional and even medical. Above left is her Epinephrine creation.
A brooch isn’t something gals these days typically look for to complete the perfect outfit, but Angela Knipe’s etsy store might have them thinking twice.
Photojojo says it best: It’s so simple we can’t believe we didn’t think of it before: just slide a photo into a jar, turn it upside down and display your upcyclin’ genius for all to see. Get the full step-by-step here.
Wool And The Gang recently opened their first US store in NYC – the collective is a chic stitch-n-bitch, offering their unique wool, patterns, and already-knitted creations with a fashion forward sensability. It ain’t your grandma’s knitting, but according to their website those of all ages are encouraged to join the gang.
“When ideas do happen, it is not by accident. What separates creative people who make their ideas happen from the constant dreamers? Perhaps we all have an obligation to show our ideas some respect. Behance is partnering with [...]