Paint Drop Sculptures by Chris Dorosz
By 'trapping fallen paint drops in a grid work of clear vertical rods' artist Chris Dorosz is able to create full body portraits visible depending on the viewers alignment to the work. Through his work he hopes to 'underscore the tenuous nature of human physicality where any moment life as we know it might just collapse into a pool of droplets or drift upwards into the atmosphere.'
500 Colored Pencils
"Introducing 500 Colored Pencils: the only set in the world that matches the span and wonder of human creativity."
Thanks to Lostmy for the link.
Corn Cob / Peach Pit Dish Scrubs
"The natural abrasives in these scrubbing cloths make for a resiliant kitchen utility. No detergent is needed for use, though a tiny dab of soap can be applied for the greasiest of dishes. The scrubbing cloth can be used for several months, gets curlier and softer with use and resists odor and bacteria."
"The yellow coarse scrub is made from recycled corn cobs while the red gentle scrub is made from peach pits."
TESTLAB by Studio Jo Meesters
"Accentuating and highlighting this vision, Studio Jo Meesters created TESTLAB, an experimental ongoing project about rejuvenating and reusing discarded materials. TESTLAB is about experiments and prototypes, exploring the possibilities of the materials, removing them from their contexts and transforming them into something new."
"TESTLAB kicked off with the collection “Odds & Ends, Bits & Pieces”, consisting out of four furniture pieces. The collection which is entirely made out of 34 discarded wooden beams and 16 leftover blankets, is based on upholstering and weaving techniques creating soft variations of everyday objects."