Steffie Brocoli

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Love all the wonderful, wonderful works by Steffie Brocoli. How much love, you say? I almost feel overwhelmed! Steffie has worked with great people in the creative industry, such as Wrap Magazine and Fine Little Day, and her style really stands out to me. The vibrant colours, beautiful shapes and just all so.. delicate? (Such as the little books with small pop-ups or bee-keepers, just so sweet!) Wish I could own it all!

You could own something! See her lovely Etsy shop here and her brand new site hereMagnifique!

Helen Musselwhite

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Awesome paper house by Helen Musselwhite
See some more paper houses here (by Ana Serrano)

Burger Queen

Burger Queen

Quite cheesy, as you’d expect.

Tea-rrific

Milo Mirabelli teapots

Milo Mirabelli teapots

Amazing teapots by Milo Mirabelli. See more here.

Solar Altitude

 

Sandra Gramm, solar altitude, Berlin 2014

 
Absolutely love this solar system mobile by Sandra Gramm [solar altitude, Berlin 2014]

Modernist Building Blocks

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Pretty sweet, these modernist building blocks. Via Abel Sloane 1934

Walkee without Talkee

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Absolutely love this Walkee-Bike by William B. Fageol, great design! Via

Yrjö Edelmann Paintings

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Love these amazing gift wrap paintings by Yrjö Edelmann. (Source)

Gum Palette

Gum palette. (pic by libertatea)

Gum palette
(pic by libertatea, via present and correct)

Abstract Alphabet – Paul Cox

Abstract alphabet - Paul Cox

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Abstract alphabet - Paul Cox

 

On my wishlist of abstract things (books, prints and toys) – Abstract Alphabet by Paul Cox