Found a lonely glove in the back of your wardrobe? Miyako Kanamori has the answer, in her book Happy Gloves: Charming Softy Friends Made from Colorful Gloves she breathes new live into single gloves…
Yes, the wait is finally over… The retro camera tape dispenser is back! Visit the Sticky store now to get your self one of the popular sticky tape dispensers. Don’t forget to grab some of our other lovely goodies on the way.
Compared to normal masking tape, washi tape is easy to peel of without stain marks and re-stick on most surfaces. Tear it easily by hand. We have a range of beautiful washi tape packs to purchase in our shop. Washi tape is great for gift wrapping, scrapbook, seal envelopes, write on it to use it as a label, stick stuff on walls or other craft projects. In this article we showcase ideas on how to use washi tape to decorate a variety of things and even your walls.
There are new additions to our Sticky store, the Little Red Riding Hood tape dispenser and the Pinocchio fridge magnet. Only while stocks last.
Edholm Ullenius is a Swedish design studio, creating unique work for clients like Ikea and Paul Smith.
They come in peace and they are looking for some new friends. If you have some spare room in your house, consider to adopt one of our little fellows. Let us introduce them to you…
These adorable wooden Animal boxes were designed by New York based designer Karl Zahn. Available at areaware in the following shapes: bull, llama, polar bear, rhinoceros, walrus and whale.
There is an ice mountain sight in my fishbowl! NY based company Aruliden with nifty brand strategies, but also some great product design. Made of hand-blown glass this fishbowl is a must have for your beloved underwater pet.
Choose your color with one touch. I am absolutely amazed by this beautiful product by Philips. These lamps don’t just look stylish, they can quickly create a unique atmosphere with a single touch using the intuitive color wheel control. There is also an automatic colour change option.
The so called “Kinema Pendant Luminaire” was designed by LA based product designer Stuart Fingerhut. Each of the pendant’s rings can be individually flipped to create dramatic light and shadow effects, as a single object or in multiples. Stuart says he was inspired by the movement of crustaceans, a wide variety of forms can be created by arranging the pendant’s rings in alternating open and closed positions.