0 Juice Served Here | Bells + Whistles

I like this for a number of reasons.  So first of all, I became obsessed with green juices around Thanksgiving of last year.  I got a juicer, and have had one almost everyday since. I love them. 

Second, this space is awesome.  Bells + Whistles does awesome work... I love the combination of clean, bright white, warm wood, geometric shapes, and the bold graphic menu. 

I finally visited the store this weekend...such a good space with delicious (looking) juices...unfortunately I didn't actually try them, as I had just had a juice down the street (of course).  Have you tried their juices?  Have a favorite?

 Juice Served Here | Bells + Whistles | Found thanks to Design Milk



0 NYC Transit Graphic Standards | Massimo Vignelli

This site is dedicated to serve as an archival record of a first edition NYCTA Graphics Standards Manual designed by Massimo Vignelli of Unimark International. The manual was found in a locker beneath old gym clothes. So freaking awesome. 

First Edition NYC Transit Graphic Standards | Massimo Vignelli | Found thanks to Swiss Miss via The Indigo Bunting


0 Eisdieler Ice Cream Parlor | March Gut

I love the use of triangles here, and how the gradation of black and white provides the perfect backdrop for the ice cream colors to pop. So fun.

Eisdieler Ice Cream ParlorMarch Gut | Found thanks to Knstrct


0 Handmade Ceramics | Elizabeth Benotti

I'm so freaking in love with these! Do you see those little handmade succulent planters?

Handmade Ceramics | Elizabeth Benotti on Etsy  | Featured Shop on the Etsy Blog


0 Home | Lotta Agaton

Lotta Agaton's home is ridiculously gorgeous.  Nothing else to say, it's just perfect.


0 Pegasus | Rachel Comey

These shoe are weird, and I really want them. I splurged and got the Mars Ankle Boots this winter.  They are hands down the best and also my favorite shoes that I've ever owned.  

Pegasus | Mars | Rachel Comey


0 Lucid Stead | Phillip K Smith

Lucid Stead is an installation in Palm Desert "composed of mirror, LED lighting, custom built electronic equipment and Arduino programming amalgamated with a preexisting structure, this architectural intervention, at first, seems alien in context to the bleak landscape.  Upon further viewing, Lucid Stead imposes a delirious, almost spiritual experience.  Like the enveloping vista that changes hue as time passes, Lucid Stead transforms.  In daylight the 70 year old homesteader shack, that serves as the armature of the piece, reflects and refracts the surrounding terrain like a mirage or an hallucination. As the sun tucks behind the mountains, slowly shifting, geometric color fields emerge until they hover in the desolate darkness. This transformation also adapts personal perception, realigning one’s sensory priorities. A heightened awareness of solitude and the measured pace of the environment is realized."

Lucid Stead | Phillip K Smith | Found thank to Dezeen



0 Concrete Art | Esther Ruiz

Sculptures made from hydraulic cement, colored Plexiglas, paint, etc. 

These are just happy.

Concrete Art | Artist Esther Ruiz | Found thanks to Little Paper Planes



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