Rube Goldberg ANYTHING is always a good thing, but a Rube Goldberg machine that’s a photobooth, starting with a Polaroid camera? Well hot darn Alex Crawford & Austin Nelson, you two are clever.
Daily Archives: April 15, 2011
Today’s pattern pitted against pattern, begging for your opinion, is a print, “Abstract” by Guilherme Rosa and a Camp Cirrus plate. Which will you choose? A busy, 80s’-ish pattern or a cute, simplified plate pattern? Let us know in the comments below.
We know these are supposed to be awesome guest, art and office studios for the backyard, but they’re so darn nice it makes us want to just buy a parcel of land somewhere, give away most of our possessions and move into one of these sweet modern puppies. Photos are — Continue reading
In honor of that new collaboration between Lonny Mag and Traditional Home, TRADhome, we thought we’d showcase a type of item that has a decidedly traditional-feel, but works wonders in modern homes: fabulous milk glass accessories. Made of a creamy, fresh-as-spring, white glass, these accessories often have darling little details–bumps, — Continue reading
Fig Restaurant in Santa Monica, California. We’re digging the whole high-end, natural mix. And heck that food looks good. Darn good. We haven’t spotted any actual figs, but we bet they’re in there somewhere. Images: Fig Restaurant website and Rouse Photography.