iPhone App magnets. $12.99
Ragna Berlin’s one-of-a-kind lighting. No molds were used in this production… and for a small price of $829.00, it’s worth it. Available at GSelect
Well, it could’ve been. Apparently this is all old news from 2000.
How awesome is this?
Located on an island off the south coast of Iceland, Bjork was given the home as a gift from the Goverment of Iceland.
You can find more photos here
Decorate your place like a crime scene from Dexter.
Available at Lost City
Part planter / part bench. Designed by Charles Constantine
“The Element planter series seeks to challenge the notion of what a planters role in the modern home environment can be. Rather than playing a supporting role, the Element series’ forward thinking design puts it in the forefront of any landscape project. The unique forms that were created for the series draw inspiration from ocean jettys, and are meant to inspire contemplation, and provoke conversation. For these reasons Element adds a modern yet familiar feeling to any project or garden.”
Available at Planterworx
Someone got it right. When this toaster hits the market (Europe only for now), it will undoubtedly be the best (and probably the most expensive). By being completely transparent, you’ll be able to get just the right color for your toast. Video after the jump
“The limited edition blanket designs are created by Val Kilmer and Liz Lake. These modern yet classic blankets are manufactured out of 82% virgin wool/18% cotton, by Pendleton Woolen Mills, renowned for weaving Native American blankets inspired by ancient designs and legends, for over a century. Only 250 blankets were produced in this exclusive series. Val’s signature is woven in the lower right hand corner of each blanket along with a commemorative label indicating the series number.”
Just look how bored the kid is. Monkey Mug
This Kim Jong Il Teapot made in collaboration between Charles Kraaft and Mike Leavitt is sharp, and $1200