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Daily Archives: July 18, 2012

New Pieces to Drool Over

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects
New Pieces to Drool Over

You heard us. Gus* is a favorite (confession: they all are) and we’ve just debuted three of their new items. They are cool enough to keep you and your home cool this hot summer. Too much pun? We don’t care. They’re so great we will continuously use horrible puns and jokes — Continue reading

The Crystal Box by Jose’ A. Gandia Blasco

Categories: Architecture + Interiors, Modern Decor + Objects
photo:  Gandia Blasco Crystal Box 1

The Crystal Box, the latest from the house of Gandia Blasco, designed by Jose’ A. himself, is the merging of modern purity of form while incorporating his love of the Mediterranean culture. This outdoor  pergola system is made of lacquered aluminum. The interior floor is made of NOWOOD made of — Continue reading

Be Modern This Year: Back-to-School Ideas

Categories: Modern Decor + Objects, News + Events + Contests
Be Modern This Year: Back-to-School Ideas

You see school looming there, in the future, after a beautiful summer? Prepare for it mentally and physically by stocking up on some super sleek modern back-to-school items. Whether your kid is just starting off kindergarten (the perfect time to indoctrinate someone into the cult of modern design) or just — Continue reading

DIY: Rolling Pin Geometric Stamps

Categories: DIY + How To
DIY: Rolling Pin Geometric Stamps

You know we love a good handmade stamp here. Not only is a stamp something that even someone with zero drawing skills can make, it’s the gift that keeps giving since you can wipe, change inks and keep stamping! The idea of using rolling pins (which normally live in the — Continue reading

Kevin McNamee-Tweed: ROC-KS

Categories: Art + Graphics
Kevin McNamee-Tweed: ROC-KS

From the artist: “I grew up in North Carolina. I studied art at NYU and lived in New York for seven years. After NY I lived and quietly made visual art and wrote fiction in a handful of cities across the country before settling in Austin three years ago. I — Continue reading