The unique texture of the calcareous porous rock and the craftsmanship of stone carvers from the north coast inspire the eco-design winner of the German Design 2016 and the jurors choice at the Design Toronto festival 2017.
The natural calcite rock washes across the ocean floor to the communities of Northern Peru. Transformed by hand into a beautiful object, the functional elements are equally as captivating. The pores of the reef, arranged vertically, act as a natural drainage system to maintain only the necessary humidity around the plant. An ideal planter for contemporary interior decoration with its speckled ceramic base.
"MIDNIGHT FORAYS" Release 1.0 Only available at Pérez Art Museum Miami Futura 2000's favorite quote from book Futura-isms Size: 18" x 24" Edge: Deckled Colors: White text on black Paper:...
Produced by MP Barcelona this fun and unique salt & pepper shaker set pays homage to the one and only Frida Kahlo. Artist Series designed in Spain by Jorge Mora....
Renowned for his edgy, raw style and bold use of color and texture, Jean-Michel Basquiat is one of the best-known artists of his generation and is widely considered one of...
These exclusive glass-blown pieces are handcrafted in Detroit, MI by Andrew Madvin. Each vessel is unique, no two are the same! Size: Height: 8in Width: 7in Bowl depth: 5in