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It feels like “artisanal coffee” has had it’s day in the sun but then another interesting innovation comes along and makes me feel like there’s still more there.
The American Museum of Ceramic Art has some great pieces in their collection (which you can see here) but this tea set by Paul Eshelman really caught me eye.
Steering the site toward a food and drinks from a design angle, I set up a simple rule: don’t post restaurant reviews or recipes.
1/ For a while now I’ve believed that a restaurant that focused on vegetables (with no labels like “vegan”) would be amazing.
I love a good coffee branding project and the folks at Manual have continued to impress with their work for Sydney based coffee roasters, Pablo & Rusty’s.
1/ LA based NotNeutral has teamed up with NY’s Cooper Hewitt museum for a collection of tabletop pieces decorated in a bevy of beautiful patterns.
In the next 10 years I plan on opening a restaurant somewhere in the world. I’ve had this thought in my head for a while but I know that right now isn’t the right time.
1/ If you know me at all you know of my love of the Blue Hawaiian, a perfect tiki drink for sipping while you sit and roast in the Palm Springs sun.
Enamel pins are quickly becoming the new cool product for designers these days and Hungry Eyes NY is getting in on the action.
Two of the most unique thinkers in food these days are the unlikely duo of Sam Bompas and Harry Parr, who together form Bompas & Parr (yes, it’s very original).
1/ Is finding the right condom challenging? Taiwan designer Guan-Hao Pan has created a series of condoms based on the, *ahem*, girths, of various fruits and vegetables, ensuring the right fit.
I came across this intriguing series of images titled Morbo the other day and was stunned by them. Created by Six & Five Studio, which was founded by Andy Reisinger and Ezequiel Pini, these hyperrealistic works are a melange of real life forms twisted together into unsettling still life pieces, mixtures of natural and invented truths.
As a part of Wallpaper* magazine’s annual handmade issue, glassblower Peter Ivy has created the ultimate whisky vessel: a “one-glass whisky set” which contains a stoppered bottle and a glass stacked on top of it, held together with a copper frame and adorned with a bamboo handle.
Mark Rober, who I guess is a YouTube science/creative/DIY kind of guy, recently posted a video of how to skin a watermelon, which as you can see above is a pretty funny concept.
1/ Is it possible to improve ice cream? Scientists are working on a version that’s not only creamier, but will also never melt.
When you think of ultra-rare collectible sneakers the next thing that pops into your head probably isn’t sneakers.
1/ Minimalist II by J. L. Lawson & Co. Described as a “minimalist key shackle” this bottle opener is milled form solid brass and fitted with a blackened steel pin.
With my crazy work schedule I don’t tend to find new music, but thankfully I have Kyle to introduce me to the best that’s out there.
Lavender. It’s an incredible scent and color that’s unfortunately been abused by corporations, perverted into abysmal scents that linger in an Airwick “air freshener” or mangled into a dryer sheet.
Photo by Benjamin McMahon Mr Porter has an interview with design duo Scholten & Baijings, famous for their brilliantly colored furniture and home goods.