Let’s be real, these quilts are absofuckinglutely gorgeous.
Available from Niki Jones
Our kantha quilts are made from vintage sari’s pieced together and then stitched all over with running stitch. Each quilt is unique and has different colours and patterns on either side.
As these are vintage items they may have patches and slight imperfections; we think this is part of their charm.
via The Style Files
This is the coolest frickin’ gadget ever, and it’s so rare, less than a dozen are believed to still exist. If you’ve got $6K to shell out, get yours here.
Short history from musicprintinghistory.org:
The Keaton Music Typewriter was first patented in 1936 (14 keys) by Robert H. Keaton from San Francisco, California. Another patent was taken out in 1953 (33 keys) which included improvements to the machine. The machine types on a sheet of paper lying flat under the typing mechanism. There are several Keaton music typewriters thought to be in existence in museums and private collections. It was marketed in the 1950s and sold for around $225. The typewriter made it easier for publishers, educators, and other musicians to produce music copies in quantity. Composers, however, preferred to write the music out by hand.
AMAZING bracelet assortment.
- Custom Bummer greeting card with handwritten note of your liking
- Bummer Brownies, baked in NYC by the Bummer Team
- Bummer cookie baked by Kristen’s Kookies
- Bummer chocolate bar (varies by package)
- Over-sized “Here’s to Happy Endings” wine glass
- “Be Happy” sunflower planting kit
- Temporary tattoo designed by our friends at tatt.ly
- Pack of retro candy cigarettes
Someone buy me this please.
Barbarella Bullet Earcuff by Shikama.
This greenhouse, comprised of 10,000 LEGO bricks, was designed by Sebastian Bergne and unveiled recently at the 2011 London Design Festival. Who would have thought LEGOs could be used to create such a whimsical, modern box of joy?