I expected a simple music box sound, but what comes out of this unbelievable machine is unbelievably beautiful. See more of the Wintergarten Marble Machine.
Adding whimsy into our home sounds like the perfect addition – especially this dreary time of year. See more of illustrator Saar Manche’s home.
I’m feeling a little rough around the edges, much like this well-worn kitty. Animaderos cat found via Severina Kids.
Can you imagine if you showed up to your next grand ball wearing one of these? I’d sure like to give it a try. See more from Russian artist Asya Kozina at Bored Panda.
I’m going to put on a paper crown and smile just as big today – wanna join me? Illustration from Lao Studio.
With all the cloudy weather we’re having, it’s obvious the sun hasn’t been combing it’s rays. See more illustrations from Lim Heng Swee.
While researching animals for a project, I stumbled onto these amazing creatures: the perfect inspiration. Illustrations by Tracy Walker.
A little color, a little black, a lot of mid mod perfect. I’ll take this one for my office please. See more prints from Inaluxe.
The simplicity of these creatures makes me smile. See more from Ola Niepsuj.
I’m embracing the wonderfully weird today, won’t you join me? See more illustrations by Shanli.
Made to wear away every time you wash your hands, these soap rings by Kyeok Kim have my heart. via The Jealous Curator.
Reverse the painted fun with your pumpkins this year – these ghostly gourds are so cool. Found via Town and Country.
If I was a better, more patient, sewer, I would aspire to be Jennifer Strunge of Cotton Monsters.
Sometimes one of the most exciting things about a classic are in its retelling and reinterpretation. See more of Andrea D’Aquino’s new book.
An imaginary bridge that was never built, and yet it’s a viral pin on everyone’s must-see list of destinations. Seems to me they should really build this thing. Read more about the Trampoline Bridge.
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