Widgets Magazine
×

Art & Design

Bottle Cap Baroque

Artist Rick Ladd makes items of furniture with the help of a local bar: he uses hundreds and hundreds of discarded bottletops to build up these fantastically sculptural pieces. This is what Ladd says about his work: "...

Report from NYC: Valerie Lueth at Urban ...

I've been pleasantly surprised lately by the interesting things that Urban Outfitters sells in its homeware section. America's hippest chain store is introducing some emerging young designers and artists to a huge market...

Jean Royère

I recently stumbled upon the astonishing furniture of French designer Jean Royère, thanks to the Flickr set of our recent guest blogger, Neville Trickett. I'd never seen Royère's work before, so was intrigued to find out...

Jean Royère

I recently stumbled upon the astonishing furniture of French designer Jean Royère, thanks to the Flickr set of our recent guest blogger, Neville Trickett. I'd never seen Royère's work before, so was intrigued to find o...

Flowermill’s Sticky Board

The Flowermill Studio ise already well known for their range of giftwrap and greetings cards, and now they've come up with a new take on the noticeboard - it's the Sticky Board. The blockmounted Sticky Board doesn't nee...

RAW and Grovhugget

Up-and-coming Swedish designer Jens Fager uses his bandsaw to roughly cut Swedish pine into furniture, saying that these rough-surfaced, painted pieces are based on naive or surreal cartoon sketches turned into 3-dimensi...

Heath Ceramics’ s...

I'm a confirmed fan of all the beautiful things made by Heath Ceramics, and want...

Report from NYC: Burger...

The title of this post refers to one prodigious doodler (Jon Burgerman) and two ...

Reserved for sushi

This is such a whacky idea, but rather a nice one: Designer Matthew Burke (he do...

Report from NYC: To mar...

This weekend, the Makers Market introduced me to a few designers in the New York...

Trees in the city

British photographer Emma Livingstone has taken a series of tree portraits in he...

An historical fantasy: ...

Over the weekend, I read a fascinating article in the Veld & Flora magazine ...

Most Read