Introducing Rock and Skull wallpaper by Meg Matthews, an endless wall of skulls for your morbid interior needs. Comes in a variety of colors (pink, blue, yellow, black, and gray) for a hefty £75.00 a square meter. Interesting note: Meg… Read More »Addams Family Interior Design
Pietro Travaglini designed this bookshelf to bend and shift as seamlessly as your own backbone. The shelves are accented by white LED lights which I’m sure gives it a ghostly glow at night. [spotted by Jenny via Furnifurnish]
These erotic wooden furniture pieces are by sculptural furniture maker Peter Rolfe. You can’t really tell in the second sculpture, but the bust opens up as well. Whether or not this sexy furniture is your thing, the craftsmanship is undeniable.… Read More »Peter Rolfe’s Sculptural Furniture
Critically acclaimed tattoo artist, Scott Campbell, recently showed his work at the O.H.W.O.W. gallery in Miami, FL. The highlight of the evening was a series of laser-cut etchings, each on a stack of $1 bills. The collection is entitled… Read More »Scott Campbell’s Anatomical Art
Very very cool rocking chair by Pouyan Mokhtarani. My grandma would totally love this! This is an anatomic rocking chair. The main idea is taken from a magnificent super human body. This chair is designed in a way that when… Read More »Not Your Grandma’s Rocking Chair
British artist, James Hopkins, molds, cuts, and places mundane objects together to create illusion in his artwork. The skull image on the top right, entitled “Afterparty” (2007), was assembled using objects and items associated with the pleasures and excesses of… Read More »Not your Average Bookshelf
Naomi Thellier created this friendly doorknob for the London Design Festival. Neat!
Now here’s a cool birdhouse! Josh Coulas created this for a fundraiser called For the Birds, for the The Toronto Botanical Garden. The goal was to create a birdhouse that promoted nesting and shelter for migrating birds. Nice work! [via… Read More »Home is Where the Heart is