Artist Alona Dudich runs a shop called Crazy Pillows. There, she specializes in handmade pillows that look like classic electronic instruments like the Roland TR-808 and SH-101, along with some playful original designs. She also makes pillows that resemble Technics turntables. They’re great gifts for musicians and DJs.
THE BEST Pillows
Saw imaginary sheep in half instead of counting them with Prime 1 Studio’s officially-licensed Bloodborne Saw Cleaver Pillow. Like its inspiration, the pillow can be folded and transformed. That said, we hope they can still fix it because the blade is reversed as it is.
The Cori Traveller is a modular travel pillow that supports your neck and chin. It consists of a strap with Velcro patches where you can attach the two included cushions in a variety of ways. You can roll all three up as one compact ball and hang them with the included carabiner.
Killspencer presents the most elegant way to sit on the floor ever. These limited-edition full-grain quilted leather pillows are made from hundreds of hand-cut panels, and are super comfy for watching TV or just taking a cat nap. Just don’t let your dog find out about it.
We’re not sure if Cuddle Eat’s photorealistic 18″ x 18″ food pillows will help curb our cravings without actually eating, or if they’ll make us drool all over the couch while watching TV. Either way, they’re pretty nifty, and will look delicious sitting in your living room.
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