This oh-so-cleverly manipulated image by Christian Beirle González has been making the rounds. Maybe I’m not the only one looking for a bit of architectural magic in the guise of a straight line.
Pia Wallen’s fixation with the cross form (this is a wool pot mat) may match my own.
Has neon ever been this exquisitely rendered? And who could resist the pitch-perfect blue–and air of defiance–in this work by the Belgian designer, Rizon Parein?
There’s not much innovation to be applied to a broom and dustpan. But then there’s this: the statuesque, dressed-to-the-nines Eva Solo Sweep Up, with extra long handles (no bending required), extra long bristles (gets to all those corners) and the narrowest footprint (the hollow broom handle slides over the dustpan handle).