Tuesday, February 28, 2012

White Simplicity

Designer + Architect, Jacqueline Morabito's home in France.  Jacqueline is quite an inspiration for me.  Her clean crisp white interiors serve as the perfect backdrop for her thoughtful selection of vintage and antique furniture and objects of rust and patina.  Also scattered below are some of her products for the kitchen sold at Bodie + Fou.  Enjoy these images of Marabito's world of white simplicity,

Saturday, February 25, 2012

How Much Wood Can A David Stark Chuck?

Ugh...a lot!  He has made all kinds of everyday objects out of wood.  If you're in town, you should stop by David Stark's Pop Up Wood Shop.  I happened to be on Elizabeth street yesterday and stumbled upon it at Haus Interior and took these shots.  The concept is clever and whimsical.  Lots of fun but for only  another couple of days!  And check out Stark's website, it's also crazy fun.  I love popping the light bulbs!

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Felt + Wire

I love stationary and such. Felt + Wire has the most amazing little treats of letterpress, typography packaging and wrap.  Check out their clever site!


Saturday, February 18, 2012


I like this blog dedicated to all things rust. Rust in Peace


Cone 11

These pieces from Cone 11 in Melbourne, Australia are so beautiful and understated.  The sensibility and the feeling that these evoke is what I am after when I throw and design my pottery.  I hope you enjoy these as much as I do!

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Paper Runway

New magazine, Paper Runway is a nice tidbit of inspiration.  As my regular followers know, I love paper art, and this new magazine chock-full  of artists, sculptors, paper artists and others helps fuel my obsession.  Ironically, you will not be reading this on paper though.  It's an online magazine, for us in the U.S.! Enjoy

Monday, February 13, 2012

Wire Works

These little sculptures by Masao Seki are clever little designs.  Some are functional while others are just happy to be sitting around corners of the home, on books and shelves and such.  I fancy Seki's wired world!