Liz Orton‘s Deltiologies explores traditional landscape photography through a series of six collages. The result reminds me of what you might see looking through a kaleidoscope in the middle of an afternoon hike while on vacation.
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Like to change up your decor as often as you change your clothes? South Korean industrial designer Sohyun Yun has created a chair – Layer – made out of clear acrylic. It’s entirely customizable, inspired by our consumerist society where people buy things then quickly discard them once something new comes along.
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Outdoor rugs can be kind of a nightmare when you take the elements into consideration. Shore rugs are a new line of innovative rugs woven with a specially designed silicone cord that can be used both indoors and out, with some really fun color combinations in the mix. The handwoven rugs would be perfect by the pool or on your yacht (ahem).
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Leonie Bos‘ architectural illustrations make me recall how much I loved my mechanical drawing class in high school. All of those lovely angles determined by math. I really enjoy the halftones she brings to each piece by using traditional printmaking techniques as well.
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I definitely had a beanbag chair growing up, it was pastel green to match one of the colors in the tribal design of my comforter. (Eep.) And to be honest I wouldn’t mind having a few for extra seating as an adult. I especially love these ones from SACKit, because a bit of a back would definitely come in handy in my mid-30s and the addition of a footrest makes them seem extra special.
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There’s much to love about Christina A. West‘s sculpted busts. The realism she employs, the unexpected color, and the creativity of marring something some might consider perfect as is. My favorite, however, is imagining that we all look like a broken open jawbreaker on the inside.
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Spring may be making its long-awaited arrival this week, at least here in Pennsylvania, temperatures are in the 60s and 70s and there’s lots of rain on the horizon. I’m ready to vanquish my winter coat to the closet and rely on something a little lighter – like maybe one of these cheeky sweatshirts?
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