Art Rugs

In the Gardens was a show curated by Misha Hollenbach at Utopian Slumps in Melbourne, Australia. It featured rugs woven in Tibet from designs by Chris Johanson, Barry McGee, Misaki Kawai, Keegan McHargue Christian Hidaka, Constanze Zikos, and Misha Hollenbach. In The Gardens closed on December 24th.

Slap A Logo On It and Call It A Day

Hard Rock Vases by Pierre Blanc

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Need To Own This House

MISSLE SILO-Home Built on Former Missile Base Offering Underground Living & Access to Missile Silo in the Adirondacks

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Muji Indoor Soccer Balls

For those with fancy feet.

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The Writing Really Isn’t Necessary

Still cool though. A home plate doormat from uncommon goods

Future Pillow

Jukusui-kun meaning “Deep Sleep”, is a robotic polar bear  pillow that aims to help people stop snoring by tickling their face.

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Guggenheim Colors

Paint your space like a museum.

“150 paint colors inspired by paintings in the museum’s permanent collection of modern art and Gallery Colors, 50 hues favored by generations of Guggenheim Museum curators, artists, and designers—including Frank Lloyd Wright himself.”

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Teddy Bear Lamp

Made by Suck UK

At Close To $20,000, Every Night Better Be Buonanotte

Buonanotte Valentina Bed by Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance

Take That Fireside Feeling Home With You

Fire Kit is a table lamp designed by French design firm 5.5 Designers.

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Ben Venom’s Heavy Metal Quilts

On view in the show Use Me, curated by Yuri Psinakis which opens at the Scion Space this Saturday, October 15th.

Watch The Throne

The Toilet Bike made by Japanese toilet maker Toto. The ‘Poo’ helmet is pretty rad too.

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