BOO! Grace Eunmi Lee’s Monstrously Lovable Ceramics

Grace Eunmi Lee Ceramic Art

    Born and raised in Seoul, Korea – artist Grace Eunmi Lee is “interested in things that are unnoticed and appear to have little or no significance…”.  Aptly, her work is inspired by microorganisms which she represents in the form of tiny, yet monstrously adorable, ceramic creatures. While some of her pieces are availableread ON

Wang Ruilin’s Soulful Animal Sculptures

Wang Ruilin Rhino Sculpture

    Based in Beijing, artist Wang Ruilin creates stunning animal sculptures infused with a profound sense of meaning and emotion. When asked about his work, the artist explains that his goal is not to depict a horse or whale per se, but rather to borrow their images as a vehicle to express his own thoughtsread ON

THE LION’S SHARE: London Design Festival 2014

The London Design Festival 2014

    London’s annual Design Festival wrapped up earlier this week and after some serious editing, D has gathered the lion’s share of the cool, beautiful and, at times, quirky finds for your viewing pleasure. Hope you enjoy! Above – Nika Zupanc’s new Trophy Table Lamp for Sé.     The beautiful new Pleat Benchread ON

LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL: Umut Yamac’s Perch Light

Umut Yamac Perch Light

    The festivities of The London Design Festival are well underway and, while you can expect to see some of D’s favorite finds from the week long event roll out next week, I’ve been squeaking in a few early shares (here and here) because… well, who can resist? Today, joining our other sneak peeks, we have theread ON

The Magical Glass Worlds of DECHEM Studio

Dechem Studio Glass Art

    Founded by Prague based designers Michaela Tomišková and Jakub Janďourek, DECHEM Studio specializes in the creation of unique works of art made from glass. Whether sparkling villages designed for re-assembly upon whim, crystal lamps with their inner workings on display, or smoked bell jars that are equal parts lamp shade and moody terrarium – the DECHEM collectionread ON

Pietro Sedda ‘Tattoos’ For Fritz Hansen & Charity

Grand Prix Chair Tatoo by Pietro Sedda

    Today, D is over at Switch Modern posting on the re-launch of the wooden-legged version of Arne Jacobsen’s 1957 Grand Prix chair. The event will be celebrated in high style with a Milan-based installation, charity auction and some tattoos for good measure. To learn more and to get your hands on some actual Arne Jacobsenread ON

The Marblelous Family by Aparentment

Aparentment Marblelous Towel Rack

    Following the success of their ultra minimal 2013 Marblelous Luxorius mirror, the Barcelona based studio Aparentment has expanded their Marblelous line to include five new pieces. The collection is an exercise in contrast – combining simple pared back forms with luxurious Carrera marble and solid brass. D is especially loving the gorgeous brass and marble blanket/towelread ON