A wooden solar system for my desk? Yes please. You can buy this from the MUJI online shop.
(Fun fact: according to the description, “the only planet left unpainted is Jupiter, because in Kanji the character means ‘wooden star’.”)
This is such a sweet illustration by Sarah Goodreau, entitled ‘Head Massage’.
These tea cup balconies are located in Tokyo, Japan. They were part of a promotion to advertise teas produced by Niimi.
Found via Die for Design.
"Don’t Be Lazy, Be Amaze-y" - what a fine motivational slogan.
LA-based artist Dave Muller created this acrylic on paper piece entitled ‘Self Portrait at Jake’s (Yesterday and Today)’ (2013).
"Though social at his core, Muller avoids direct portrayal of people, choosing instead to direct our attention to the objects and ephemera left in their wake. Tracing elements of humanity through the unique stamp we each leave on the material world, he constructs an intricate multi-faceted portrait of both individuals and society as whole.”
Found via The Jealous Curator.
Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota is currently exhibiting at the Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh, USA. The show is entitled ‘Trace of Memory’ - using a large amount of black thread, the walls, halls, and floor are completely wrapped in a web-like maze.
Found via designboom.
The floating vase by Oodesign is shaped like a ripple effect, allowing flowers to float on the water.
Found via likecool.
Lily Greenwood is a Machester-based artist who has been painting full-time for over six years. This piece entitled ‘Butterflies on Black' particularly grabbed my attention, with its dynamic composition and explosive colours.
Various Keytags is an online store selling simple, humourous key tags - I can imagine I would end up buying more than one and becoming addicted.
Byvik ink says: “This “modern mola” print is inspired by the molas sewn by the Cuna Indians of the San Blas Islands.”