Vanessa Coxhead
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An interesting way to consider colour...

Shades of Change by MARIN DEARIE - Project: An informational installation created to highlight the various color changes that occur in nature, popular culture, and elsewhere

Simple yet creative... oh how the Japanese hit the nail on the head every time!

This towel rail by Japanese designer Hioomi Tahara comprises a rope wound around wall-mounted sticks.

A nickname namesake stationery item... nothing better!

A nickname namesake stationery item.

Amazing! Saw these in Portland and am kicking myself I didn't get some...

The Japanese studio Torafu Architects designed these air vases: patterns are printed on both sides of paper disks, which are cut so the user can simply pull them into the desired shape.

Mix with a bottle of champagne or maybe even a bottle of white wine... don't mind if I do!

// this is almost redundant to the grapefruit and ginger cocktails i've already pinned, but i just basil so much, i couldn't stop myself. [[ginger basil grapefruit spritzer w/a teensy splash of vodka]]

Delicious and educational at the same time... I'll take Earth and Venus pretty please.

smudgiemomma: “ruineshumaines: “ Chocolate meteorite series & Chocolate Planets series ” These are awesome but I don’t know if I could eat them.

Just beautiful...

"Garden designer Judy Kameon was commissioned by the New York Times Style Magazine to recreate their iconic “T” for the fall travel issue, so she used 130 plants to grace the cover of the magazine in a subtle palette of greenery.