When you first look at this picture, it looks like origami shelves. I guess they kinda' are. Not the paper kind, though. There are a variety of shapes - people, pet, objects. Take your pick. It's like virtual wall art with a function.
Designer Harry Allen’s Brush Vase in White brings back the raw excitement of a blank canvas that I often felt as a child in art class. Of course, that was before I realized that I’m terrible at painting. Even if you are a Picasso ... Designer Harry Allen’s Brush Vase in White brings back the raw excitement of a blank canvas that I often felt as a child in art class. Of course, that was before I realized that I’m terrible at painting. Even if you are a Picasso of sorts, this vase allows you to put down your brushes and take time to assemble the roses. Your guests will inquire about your eye for design as well as art. Harry Allen’s Reality Series celebrates a tradition of found art by immortalizing objects that typically pass unnoticed. He dips objects like Rollerskates, nuts, bananas, (even his own hand!), in resin to create a mold. The result becomes art that wins the approval of Marcel Duchamp appreciators. The Brush Vase in White as well as the Bestow Vase/Candle Holder recently featured in NY Times Home and Garden, are both part of this curious collection. For more work by Harry Allen, please go here.
As an American abroad in Germany, I always cringe when someone asks me to bring them "something German". A request for this cute little modern take on the cuckoo clock would be a welcome change.
What better way to decorate your home than with this shadylace parasol. I used to have a parasol hanging out in the corner of my living room and it definitely added a little somethin somethin there.
Hand-stitched, multi-layered polyurethane cover, foam backing , latex bladder....Ryan McGinness is known for his graphic design and use of symbols, etc. to create a new type of iconography...love this ball.