Fran O’Neill

 

It’s difficult not to flat-out ogle the stuttering, tripping paintings of Brooklyn-based artist Fran O’Neill. Not only do I want to hang every single one in my house, I also want to watch as she creates one because I’m betting it’s one fascinating technique.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Roland Kiyola Piano

 

She’s not cheap, but maaaaaaaan is she pretty. I’m of course talking about the Roland Kiyola Piano. It’s a MoMA Design Store exclusive, handcrafted in Japan by furniture-maker Karimoku. The modern designed digital instrument is minimal all around, but with a sound reminiscent of an acoustic model. I’ve never regretted ending my piano lessons more!

 

 

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Tuija Heikkinen

 

A textile designer and arts & crafts teacher from Finland, Tuija Heikkinen uses traditionally crocheted objects to create assemblages that feel fresh and forward. By stacking, arranging, and layering individually stitched pieces she manages to tell sweet little stories in a very thoughtful way.

 

 

 

 

 

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Casey Weldon / Catharsis

 

Cats are liquid. Cats rule the world. Cats own the internet. Brooklyn-based artist Casey Weldon took on cat culture and its ever-rising popularity with his Catharsis series of paintings. By falling back on iconography of popular culture his works awaken nostalgia, humor, and the past.

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Købn Towels

 

I’ve never seen a beach towel I would happy hang on my wall, but then I met Købn. Sophie Matson’s line of towels are designed with interior trends in mind rather than beach vibes. They feature fringey edges, drop pile stripes, and the prettiest muted color palette.

 

 

 

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ThreadStories

 

Some of the most intriguing artists in history have gone by a single name, and some of them are a mystery behind their own monicker. Check out the work of ThreadStories. She creates the most incredible masks out of traditional materials that have the most beautifully terrifying effect on viewers.

 

 

 

 

 

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Pin Museum

 

Founded in 2016, Pin Museum features works from iconic artists as well as acclaimed designers from around the world. The hope is that their products will spawn conversations, showcase personality, and identify unique interests. Their for sale collection is constantly being updated, and it’s great to know that in a world full of bootlegs and copycats Pin Museum works with artists, estates, and establishments to ensure their pins are officially licensed. Shop their pins as well as patches and socks right here.

 

 

 

 

 

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