Inspired by a love for geometry, computational designer and maker Greg Blanpied handcrafts incredibly sleek stainless steel candle holders that are much more than meets the eye. Based on naturally occurring geometric shapes and patterns in nature—such as the Flower of Life, Metatron’s cube, and the Fibonacci sequence—these holders allow you to “experience geometric transformation” as the candle’s light sends intricate shadows through the metallic vessels.
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Though Mother's Day only comes once a year, why not show your mom some extra appreciation over the course of several months? By selecting a subscription box to gift your mom, you can give the most important woman in your life a special treat delivered right to her door. Whether you are near or far, it's the perfect way for your mother to know that you're thinking of her.
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All plant parents know how much love and dedication it takes to keep our leafy friends happy.
Beijing-based tattoo artist Franky Yang creates ethereal body art inspired by traditional Chinese paintings. Like windows to another world, she contains each of her refined illustrations inside long, thin rectangles, which stretch across her clients' arms, legs, and torsos. Within these geometric shapes are detailed visions of rocky mountainsides, luscious forests, and twinkling seascapes. Yang uses the constraints of a rectangular panel to frame her artwork in an engaging way.
Fashion designer Teuta Matoshi is world-famous for her ethereal gowns and perfectly tailored mini dresses.
Fred Rogers captured the heart of America’s children for decades on the beloved television series Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
The art of amigurumi (crocheted toys) has captured the hearts of crafters and toy lovers. It gained popularity in Japan during the early aughts but the technique has made its way around the world. In Russia, author and artist Elena Plaxina (of Simpatico Gufo) helps to keep the cute craft alive with her handmade animal toys. She makes all-sort of crochet critters, but her amigurumi octopuses are particularly sweet.
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You might already be familiar with black light tattoos created using ultraviolet ink, but Russian artist Maxim Sipakov takes glowing...