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Face Mug

January 21, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Let’s keep today’s anthropomorphic vibe going with the ceramic Face Mug available exclusively at Uncommon Goods.

Put a smile on that mug with a hungry mouth cubby that bites off more than you can chew. Perfect for serving milk and cookies, coffee and doughnuts, tea and biscotti, or your favorite snack-time combinations.




Forgot Shop

January 20, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Forgot Shop is the online boutique of UK designer Emily Forgot of Local Studio. I’m really digging her porcelain plates. (via make the big eye)




Upcycled Vintage Luggage

January 18, 2011

Christopher Jobson

BrightWall Studios is churning out some pretty fun upcycled luggage (via iain claridge).




Olivier Dollé’s Branch Book Shelf

January 13, 2011

Christopher Jobson

French designer and architect Olivier Dollé has created this modern branch book shelf out of oak. He also has a second smaller version that is equally amazing.



Art Photography

Kevin Van Aelst

January 11, 2011

Christopher Jobson

The work of Connecticut-based artist Kevin Van Aelst. (via today and tomorrow)




1/100 Architectural Paper Model Set

January 9, 2011

Christopher Jobson

Really dig this architectural paper model set by Terada Design.

Create your own little paper wonderland with these perfectly cut paper pieces. There are people large and small, dogs, cats, birds, flowers, chairs, sofas, tables, lamps, bikes, grass and more! Made completely with paper (of course!), you simply pop out the pieces and fold them into place. 1/100 is an architectural model set that represents the home and family life. This is the design of Naoki Terada from Terada Design in Japan. Scale is 1-100. Sheet size measures 104mm x 148mm. Here for the first time in Australia!

Currently available at Upon a Fold for a reduced price




Paper Pillows by Atelier Punkt

January 4, 2011

Christopher Jobson

These beautiful pillows by design firm Atelier Punkt in Montréal are constructed from felt and translucent tarp and then stuffed with shredded yellow paper. Each pillow is meant to represent a standard American paper size: letter, legal, and tabloid. If all goes as planned the pillows will soon be available from the Rita Boutique.