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Tattoo tableware

Bone china cups, bowls and plates with motifs drawn by tattooers slowly become a staple in tableware. Some of the recent ones can be found all under one…

Korean cute: tableware by Mari Kim

The sophisticated alternative to Hello Kitty: South Korean artist Mari Kim’s “eyedolls” on tableware made in collaboration with Hankook Chinaware and their Young Artists Project (YAP) series in…

Palett benches

Loads of people build loads of things – mostly some sort of seating or a bed – with paletts. I like this outcome above. These seatings are as…

Modernica streetwise: a chronic

There is not a lot of talk about the streets, nonconformity, graffiti, punk rock or skateboarding here. Since 2009 (as far as I can track this back) Modernica…

Plates “Mandala” by tattooer Guy Le Tatooer

Two differently shaped limited edition porcelain plates hand-painted by Guy le Tatooer in 2012-13 (both are sold out). Images from (1) guyletatooer.com, (3) instagram.com/mauditcaillou, (2, 4-5) mauditcaillou.bigcartel.com

Japanese theater drop curtains

“Yukyo,” “no end,” was the title Isamu Noguchi gave this one of a kind theater drop curtain he made for the Tokyo Theatre beginning of the 1950s. Better…

Plates by tattooer Kim Rense

This is how it looks like when tattooer Kim Rense exchanges skin with ceramic. I saw these plates a while ago in Gestalten’s book Forever. The New Tattoo…

Incense holders by Neighborhood

Four incense holders put out by Japanese street wear brand Neighborhood over the past years. Images (1), (2), (6)-(9) The Goodhood Store, (3), (5) End., (4) Marcus Troy

Rugs by Steffen Kehrle

Rugs by designer Steffen Kehrle made in collaboration with German carpet company Dura in 2013. A 3 min-long film of the rug production can be watched here. Photos…

Popculturalize your kitchen with The Yok and Sheryo

“Our stories” is the leading theme of these vases and plates done by Brooklyn-based duo The Yok and Sheryo. Snakes and skulls, illuminati references, weed leafs and inscriptions…

Laser etched bottles for Kingbrown Mag

KingBrown Magazine is named after an Australian slang word for 40oz beer bottles. For the launch of Issue 6 they took this very seriously and asked artists like…

Graffiti rugs: the hidden objects?

It was only a question of time that rugs would follow suit to the use of graffiti on and for everything. But “graffiti rugs” haven’t gained a lot…

Going to the beach with Raymond Pettibon

By now, you can basically go to the beach fully equipped in Raymond Pettibon if you’ve been there at the right moment to get his mostly limited edition…

Concrete door stopper Tetra by Ulklik

A concrete element/sculpture “tetra” by Japanese Ulklik. It is inspired by tertrapods that are used to build breakwaters and supposed to serve several purposes. I like it best…

Heavy metal quilts by Ben Venom

San Francisco-based artist Ben Venom grew up as a punk rocker in Atlanta in the 90s. Nowadays he makes hand-made quilts out of heavy metal t-shirts, and sometimes…

Concrete planters by Shenme Design

Concrete planters by Chinese Shenme Design aka designer Sun Xin. Photos from here, here and here.

Shoe toss pendant by Jeremy Hatch

“Shoe Toss” pendant by Vancouver artist Jeremy Hatch, founder of Ricochet Studio Inc. This lighting is inspired by the practice of shoe flinging where shoes with their laces…

Rugs by Marc Phillips Rugs

Beginning of February 2013, Go Design Go posted “graffiti rugs” made by Marc Phillips Rugs in collaboration with Retna, Shepard Fairy and Kenny Scharf (the second rug here…

Ramen bowls by Mastermind Japan

Special edition ramen bowls by Mastermind Japan in collaboration with clothing store Contemporary Fix and the ramen chain Hidechan for a pop-up restaurant in Tokyo in February 2013.Photos…

Wood carvings by Helbig

Limited edition figurine by Bettina Bergmann for the German wood carving studio Helbig.