Stampo Cups

Notice anything curious about these Stampo Cups? They were each kicked in the bottom with a boot during the molding process, leaving an imprint of the sole. These colorful glasses by Niels Cosman are each hand-formed and entirely unique, not bad for getting kicked in the butt!


Happy Weekend

01/ Have the best tent in the campground!
02/ DIY vintage tin candles – perfect for dining al fresco.
03/ Intricate geometric papercuts.
04/ Girls paper dolls!
05/ Dream come true – an outdoor library!
06/ Get your desktop in the mood for summer.
07/ Clever pyramid scheme measuring cups.
08/ Care for a slice of tea?
09/ The BEST watertower.
10/ These dip-dyed marshmallows would make crazy cool s’mores!


Happy Weekend

01/ Mapping the origins of NYC rappers.
02/ This compatibility quiz is AWESOME.
03/ Faces in strainers.
04/ A fun ombre embroidery sampler.
05/ Dogs In Cars, a photography book.
06/ Check out this show-stopping glass raindrops installation.
07/ Reel is some super fun bike storage.
08/ Crushing on this interchangeable stamp ring.
09/ I could really use one of these notebooks!
10/ Pretty DIY watercolor linens.


Higgins Mobiles

When one icon teams up with another amazing things are bound to happen. Such is the case when the legendary Higgins Studio created these amazing handmade enamel-fused glass mobiles for Jonathan Adler. One of the best displays of mid-century modern design I’ve seen in recent memory. {via Cool Hunting}



Loving the distinct shapes of these food covers from switch design. It would be amazing to see more involved shapes like chicken, an egg, etc. {via Sally J Shim}


Ingegerd Råman.

I first saw Ingegerd Råman’s beautiful glasswork in a photo on sweet paul’s blog and emailed him to get the scoop. I’m in love with the clean lines of Råman’s work and the seemingly large amount of thought put into each and every piece despite their minimalism. (The product shots below hardly do the work justice – you almost have to imagine them on your own table.)