Mobstr - The Story (2012)
The first installation of The Story was a simple “Once upon a time…” The artist expected maintenance crews to paint over his graffiti. As soon as the wall was cleaned, Mobstr proceeded with the second installation, which was then also painted over, and so on until the narrative was completed. His intention was to create an indirect “teamwork” between two opposing societal forces exemplified by street artist and street maintenance crew.
New York-based Japanese designer Nao Tamura has just presented a beautiful, new collection of dishes inspired by cherry leaves. Debuting at the last Salone Satellite, part of Milan’s furniture fair for up-and-comers, the silicone kitchenware is perfect for anyone who enjoys a bit of nature indoors. The dishes can be rolled up, used in the microwave or oven, and is dishwasher safe. (via GBlog)
EXCUSE ME BUT ARE YOU TELLING ME I CAN EAT OFF OF LEAVES
GIMME GIMME GIMME GIMME!
This is an eyeshadow called Nic Cage Raking Leaves On A Brisk October Afternoon.
wow i love that eyeshadow you’re wearing, what’s it called?
oh just the nic cage raking leaves on a brisk october afternoon i bought yesterday
…and this is basically why everyone should buy from Shiro. Did you know they also put candy in your order? They do. Like srsly. For reals. I got mine. I ate it. (the candy, not the eyeshadow)
i s2G I”m GONNA cRY