It’s time for another round of “Look What I Found!” – a collection of images and links of unusual and super cool stuff worth checking out.
Look What I Found
Cloned Eyeball Lamps:
Glass lamps based on your eye color. You fill out the form, attach photos of your eyes, and voila! Eyeball lamps based on your own peepers.
The hand blown glass eyeball lamps made by Glassblower Livio Serena in Murano are based on exact clones of your actual eye color. Order them through 5.5 Designers.
All In One Plates:
The above plates look as though they are three stacked plates but it’s actually one plate.
All in One Porcelain plates are trompe-l’oeil of 3 layered plates.
Two plates per pack. Made by Domestic
Material : Porcelain
Dimension : d:26,5cm
Color : white
Buy them here.
The Patriot Pin:
Above: This target is a reconditioned WIBC / ABC Approved AMF Amflite II bowling pin with Osama Bin Laden in the crosshairs. This pin is controlled weight and plastic coated. The wooden core and fresh plastic coating give this target a durable and long life for target practice. Approximately 15″ tall and 4 3/4″ in diameter.
Made by American Targets is made for actual target practice. But it certainly makes a cool piece of art. Buy it here.
These corner frames designed by Yvonne Schroedo for Thorsten van Elten is something I’ve been waiting for someone to produce. Wrapping around corners, either inwards or outwards, they come in black stained beech or natural maple wood.
The Pick Chair:
The Pick chair is a lightweight, minimal folding chair that goes from hanging on the wall to completely unfolded and ready for seating. Epitomizing designer Dror Benshetrit’s vision: the emotion of art intertwined with the simple poetics of form following function. The first foldable cantilever chair, the pick chair goes from wall art to functional furniture with a flick of the wrist.
Designed by Dror Benshetrit, manufactured by BBB emmebonacina.
Dimensions: wall mounted W38 H171,75 cm, open W38 D47 H48 cm
You can buy the wood ones (saw and tree) from the artist’s studio.
Or from the manufacturer here.
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