Formed from an 8mm cut length of heart-shaped gold extrusion, threaded on a simple cord, 8mm of Love by Otto Kunzli, is a witty comment on that universal symbol of love, the heart.
When you gotta go, you gotta go, so you may as well do it in style. (However, I had to think again about adding this to the “wishlist” category..!)
Via on minimalism.
Swing Blade adds a touch of poetry and ritual to the act of sharpening pencils.
Inspired by an old pencil sharpener passed down from a designer’s great-great-grandfather, the blade moves 10 degrees off parallel to the lead, never breaking the tip; ideal for all pencils, but especially for more delicate softer leads and color pencils.
Via Design Milk.
Table Light, designed by Lukas Peet, is a lamp composed of a painted outer and polished inner stainless steel hemisphere, yellow painted steel post, maple wood base and a 60 watt, half mirrored globe bulb
The half mirrored globe bulb directs all the light down and onto the table surface, whilst light captured in the hemisphere is reflected upward, with the warmth of the textured yellow post adding to the ceiling and surroundings.
Combining a digital touch-screen on the front with interchangeable mechanical dials on the back, the Rotary Mechanical Smartphone is a concept designed by Richard Clarkson to merge digital technologies with physical mechanical systems, in order to elicit more value in our everyday objects.
Daria Werbowy photographed by Mikael Jansson.
Via Fashion Gone Rogue.