Thai designer Decha Archjananun has made a series of vases with concrete bases to hold water and wire frames to support flower stems.
The last in a series of Scorpio based customs from Deus Canggu, this beach going blaster features an easy on/off surf-rack system built into the frame.
“Deus Canggu, the newest child of the Australian company Deus ex Machina, was started by a group of dedicated surfers who also happen to be passionate motorcycle enthusiasts. In this land of the flying scooter, they wanted an alternative.”
Now THAT is what I call a kitchen. (No other information on it unfortunately)
Via LE CONTAINER.
Vespa 125cc motor scooter, 1951.
Via The Curated Object.
Now THAT is what I call a suitcase!
Handmade in Boxbourne, Hertfordshire by master craftsmen, from Vulcan Fibre — a material invented in 1895 and constructed of a number of layers of special paper coated with resin — Globe-Trotter suitcases have stood the test of time. Cloth lined with a frame made of ash, they also feature locks made by Cheney, a long-established British locksmith. Apparently the cases were originally tested for strength in Hamburg’s Zoological Gardens where a 1 tonne elephant stood on one with its full weight; no damage was done.
Western Electric Telephone, by contemporary realist, Christopher Stott.
Two beautiful mobiles from ANVE.
CALIGRAFIA N° 5 (top) Sticks of slate from a rockfall on the Vicentine coast, smoothed by the ocean and a dash of yellow.
CALIGRAFIA N° 3 Slate from the Vicentine coast, cork found on a remote beach in Setúbal on a beautiful day, mirror foil.