Morbid Anatomy is a wonderful blog I like to look at when I’m feeling curious, waxing macabre, too aware of my mortality, grateful to be living in a time of
Brooklyn-based artist, Aya Kakeda has been very busy. Those of you who collect toys may recognize Kakeda’s designs from Kidrobot’s Dunny 2010, Series 5, Endangered and Fatales ranges.
Speaking of all things sweet and kitschy, step right up to Philomena Marano‘s SUGAR RUSH. The Brooklyn-based artist’s intricate papercraft candies are categorically close to these wooden popsicles: They’re visual
Ayako Kurokawa is a patissier, pastry sculptor and food stylist at Kuroiwa in Brooklyn, NY. Her pastry recipes are based on classic French recipes, but are developed with
A confession that should surprise no one: I also collect notebooks. I’m constantly scribbling notes everywhere, so it behooves me to hoard them. Now here’s a collection of
I like to imagine that when the folks behind Bottled Brooklyn came up with their idea, someone shouted, “We’ve hit paydirt!” Because that’s what this popject is: it’s
While I don’t support customizing your dog, I’m all for modifying “self-propelled hubless skateboards” and selling them for charity. Designed and developed in Brooklyn, by Brooklyn Workshop, the
Whether (or weather) in spite of (or due to) the wonderful white out conditions, I had a blast walking all over Brooklyn last week. One highlight was crossing