French Provincial anyone?
Spotted these bizarre--but oh-so-clever--images the other day on fresh99. No word on who created them, but my compliments to the photographer.
I do love it when Martha brings the weird, and by weird I mean completely adorable and kooky...
Who doesn't love friendly, anthropomorphous root vegetables? Not me! To make this centerpiece you'll need
- A selection of root vegetables (oooh, and I would name them... Mr. White, Mr. Pink, Mr. Blue Mr.Rogers)
NES. Super NES. Warm gooey Nostalgia.
Now I am in love too. It combines a few of my favorite themes and things; old school consoles, coffee, storage (what?), and DIY. If you put a wienerdog and a pygmy goat playing cards next to it and shifted the whole thing to Bermuda... well, that's what heaven looks like...
Think of it as a kind of macabre cone of silence for one. The pod-skull measures 150 cm tall x 110 cm long x 137 cm wide and will be available in a limited edition of 10. Not for the claustrophobic. Via.
Mustaches, they're dashing, debonair and a tiny bit debauched.
Now you can give your hallway a soupstrainer that will make it the suavest wall in the house and guarantee it's luck with the ladies. Oh, and you'll have someplace to pop your keys. Win Win.
Who would think to build a café in the likeness of a Mother Goose? Or a bulldog? Ice cream-cone-shaped ice-cream shops, on the other hand, make perfect sense. To peruse pics of these eye-catching edifices and many others, click here.
Cone image by Sherry Binkowski; Mother Goose image by Joan Romer.
Gardening season is just around the corner, which can only mean more weirdly shaped vegetables. (Who says Mother Nature doesn't have a sense of humor?)
Julia Reindell’s collection at the recent London College of Fashion Awards was made entirely out of human hair. Apparently, it created quite a stir. You know what they say about the catwalk and trends in home interiors: the latter follows the former. Could that mean human hair pillows in the near future?? Only your hairdresser knows. For more information, visit metro.co.uk.
I love my stuff as much as the next guy/gal, but this might be a little over the top. It does, however, prompt the question, is there any gadget or tool you love so much as you would attach it to yourself? I mean, I have a particular fondness for my glue gun, but I’m not going to undergo plastic surgery to make a holster for it.