Very clever Guardian *applauds*
This wetsuit design is in terrible taste… so of course I love it. There are also a lot of other things (see Buzzfeed top 20 list here) which kill more people than sharks each year such as obesity, lightening & bathtubs so sod it.
All from Diddo who were also behind this purposefully hideous LV gas mask, which is part of their High Fashion Protection series.
A tough one & an unsettling post which nearly didn’t make the cut (you’ll notice I have not tagged it). For the record I don’t like this design, or think it is the most tasteful thing I have ever seen, BUT as a work of art it stopped me in my tracks so thought I would post and allow my readers to decide for themselves (via Flash Glam Trash).
White Rabbit custom My Little Pony by Mari Kasurinen (via Toy Cutter). Now this is a customisation done really really well.
Moving in 10 days (whoop) to an amazing 70′s retro-tastic live / work space which I am trying to design it at the moment. As a result I am discovering some amazing 70′s interiors I just had to share. Needless to say I am totally in love with the idea of a conversation pit!
‘Bed Toppings’ are BRILLIANT and really need to start coming in double sizes please. I love all of them and the attention to detail (such as the names of the pencils) is just divine without being too obvious – for example the eraser pillow case not another pencil one.
Designer and business owner Sophie Farquhar always dreamt of sleeping on a piece of toast with a buttered sheet and tin spaghetti doona. This idea has been brought to life in 2011 with the launch of Bed Toppings – Fun for Sleepyheads. All designs are crafted in Australia and feature Sophie’s hand drawn illustrations.
Bed Toppings turn kids beds into giant objects. Other bedding labels sell sheets and doona covers separately. But with Bed Toppings, the whole bed can play dress ups. Each set includes a doona cover, flat sheet, fitted sheet and pillowcase, all made with beautifully soft 100% cotton with 200 thread count.