If you're one of those people who make New Year's resolutions, by now you've either backpedaled on your promise or are fully immersed in making sure you keep yourself on track. In fact, a poll by Statista shows that almost 70% of Americans made at least one New Year's resolution. And believe it or not, the majority of us all wish for the same things. How did New Year's resolutions start in the first place?
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From minimalist cat trees, to cardboard cat castles, it’s clear that feline-focused design is in high demand. The latest design to pique our interest is the super-sweet, novelty cat bed from Japanese pet product manufacturer Felissimo, that looks just like a giant fruit tart. Sleepy cats can enjoy curling up in the soft, 40cm (~16″)
Perfectly pairing a penchant for cool stationery with a love for classic Japanese architecture, the Omoshiro Block by Triad is an office supply...
Contemporary fashion—particularly accessories—offers a way for us to express ourselves without saying a word.
Like surprises? If so, you've come to the right place! Created with craftiness in mind, these unique and unpredictable gifts put a playful spin on everyday objects. Some, like the collection of clever candles, melt away to reveal secret trinkets. Others—like the popular penguin paper toy and creative cat wall hanger—”pop up” when prompted. And then there are some that are sneakily hidden in plain view—including a bunny with secret scissor ears.
The cosmos provide an infinite source of wonder with their far-away worlds and swirling nebulas.
Do you find yourself pining for the great outdoors or dreaming of galaxies far, far away?
Russian artist Anastasia Safonov makes decorative tableware that’s hand-painted with mesmerizing mandala art. Her ceramic plates, mugs, and magnets are painted, dot-by-dot, using acrylic paint in a wide range of vivid colors and finishes. Traditionally, the mandala is a spiritual and ritual symbol used in Hinduism and Buddhism, believed to be a meditative and therapeutic process for the creator.
Getting ready to ring in the New Year? If so, why not celebrate in style with these creative party products?
Artists, how many times have you almost ingested your gunky paint water thinking it was your afternoon tea?