Artist Garth Borovicka hand makes these beautiful and substantial bookends from layers of wood whose rings symbolize the gradual passage of time on our planet, each topped off by a tiny diorama representing varied ecosystems.
A set of eight 1.25″ square blocks made from natural and composite building materials including maple, bakelite, cork, granite, EVA, silicone, acrylic, and aluminum. Building a structure out of these could get expensive quick.
Illustrator Brynn Metheney was doodling on her sketchpad when a monster arose from her pages: the Shark Cat. She ended up making 12 different Shark Cat breeds and compiled them on a 2015 calendar. Expect a call from SyFy, Brynn.
Travis Purrington’s concept for new US banknotes each have a monochrome illustration of a building block on one side and a colored illustration of the building block’s manifestation on the other side. Also, triangles.
Unfiber’s 72″ x 5″ Linear Calendar offers a clear and uninterrupted timeline of 2015, giving you a great overview of all the year’s important dates and how much time you have in between goals at a galance.
Get Low Illumination’s Slim lamps are 9.5″ tall handmade table lamps. Its lamp shade comes in a variety of eye-catching prints, from graffiti to old world maps. The porcelain base comes in black, gray or white.
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