2. (Source: dietsz, via j4rr0d)

  3. staceythinx:

    Sakurako Shimizu’s waveform jewelry. The brooches represent (from top to bottom) “wow”,  a yawn and a sneeze. The wedding rings very appropriately include the waveforms for “I do”. However, I think my favorite piece is the necklace which represents the separate sounds of a giggle. 

  4. gregorwittrick:

    Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei for Megawing

    (via gregorwittrick-deactivated20131)

  5. myampgoesto11:

    The Stalasso pendant light, inspired by dripping stalactites, by Joeri Claeys

  6. food and love at its best.

    (Source: artpixie)

  7. thekhooll:

    Treehouse Community

    Finca Bellavista (FBV) is a sustainable treehouse community situated on 600 acres of land in the mountainous South Pacific coastal region of Costa Rica. FBV is the brainchild of Mateo and Erica Hogan, a married couple from Colorado who fell in love with Costa Rica.

  8. pixelsbeatpaper:


    Applying a bandage using a single hand can be challenging, especially when both of your hands are injured. BANDiful tries to solve this problem by applying a special structure to avoid extra steps in unwrapping bandages. With bright patterns, bandages are no longer invisible but beautiful. Normally people use bandages only for small wounds, but by offering a convenient user experience, a consumer could also feel emotionally comforted as well.

  9. blackdossier:

    Suspended Bed, STARCK Furniture + Design

  10. utilitarianthings:

    The Lunar Baby Thermometer was inspired by parents’ natural tendency to place their hand on their child’s forehead in order to check their temperature.

    (via utilitarianthings)