Released as a signed and numbered edition of 50, artist Liana Jeger’s lovely Lazy Old Moon screen print sets a cosmic crescent above wildflowers she was on a hike in Southern California. Chicago’s Salty Broad Press printed the 18 by 24-inch work in two colors (that give the illusion of more)—black and “split fountain pink to green.” It’s an artwork that captures a moment of peace and quiet among thistles, evening primrose and more.
From Third Drawer Down comes a silk eye mask that features a portrait (albeit just the eyes) of brilliant and beloved French-American artist Louise Bourgeois. Best known for her striking large-scale sculptures and installations, Bourgeois suffered from insomnia, and said being asleep was “paradise.” With a striped border (and underside, in case you want a change), the mask’s elastic strap features the phrase “Key to insomnia: peace or trust,” which Bourgeois wrote on the back of one of her Insomnia Drawings—a collection of sketches that she created during her frequent bouts with the sleep disorder.
Handsomely crafted from brass, aluminum and glass, designer Philippe Malouin’s new Arca Portable LED light functions in two ways—as both a plug-in lamp and a cordless one thanks to its lithium battery, which provides six-30 hours of light depending on which of its four settings is used. The detachable stem makes it easy to transport, too.
The latest Virgil Abloh c/o Vitra collaboration is available for the first time in the United States today. The retro-futuristic collection—consisting of the Ceramic Block, Petite Potence lamp and Antony armchair—has been reimagined in an icy baby blue. The iconic, cleverly engineered Antony armchair was originally designed in 1954 by Jean Prouvé and now boasts a contemporary Abloh twist. Each limited piece is individually numbered, making it a covetable gift for design enthusiasts and collectors. Available now at Basic.Space, a members-only marketplace that offers worldwide shipping.
Assembly Design co-founder and lead designer Pete Oyler conceptualized this set of two plant pedestals, for Areaware, which can be used for anything you want to display: plants, candles, tchotchkes and more. Each is constructed using lap joinery systems, lending a seamlessness to the overall design. Made from beechwood, the taller pedestal stands just under five inches, while the shorter iteration is just under three.
From the not-for-profit photo foundation Aperture, Daniel Gordon: Houseplants turns six of the artist’s mesmerizing still life images of houseplants into a six-page pop-up. This limited edition, collectible hardcover book, designed by by Simon Arizpe, celebrates the work of Gordon and the sculptural nature of plants.
CanDid Art owner and designer Candice Cox’s original designs appear on the brand’s Sunset Under The Rainbow Quilt, which doubles as hangable wall art. Measuring 45 by 50 inches, the 100% cotton quilt has been crafted by local Oakland, California artisans. On one side, eight half-circle motifs appear and on the reverse side, an orange backdrop plays host to a pattern of lines and dots. This “Grandma-worthy” quilt will arrive two to three weeks after ordering, and has been pre-washed.
With jammy fig notes at its heart (introduced by creamy coconut and underscored by lush sandalwood), Siblings’ Scent No 09 DIY Candle Kit arrives as wax in a pouch. Owners then microwave the contents and pour it into their favorite vessel—adding the included wick last. From 23 November to 4 December, Siblings will donate one tree for every candle sold, through One Tree Planted—in an effort to restore California forests damaged by recent wildfires.
NorBlack NorWhite’s Square Shirt Dress may be billowy and comfortable, but the two- or three-color ombre viscose-satin elevates it above the humble “house dress.” Available in various bold, sophisticated hues, each dress is individually hand-dyed and comes in just one size. The brand was founded by Mriga Kapadiya and Amrit Kumar (both raised in Toronto) who moved to Bombay over a decade ago in order to explore their Indian roots. NorBlack NorWhite is now based in Delhi, where their production occurs in-house.
Made by Iowa-based Candice Luter, this Fringe Mirror exudes playful sophistication. Crafted from brass, fringing and an arch-shaped mirror, it’s part practical piece and part room accent. With options for mirror tints (standard, smoke or bronze) and fringe options (ivory, black, block color or even custom hues), there are plenty of options with one certain to enhance your current decor.
With variations shot in Japan, 16th arrondissement of Paris and San Marino on an iPhone, Sean Brown’s 500-piece puzzles capture the energy of their respective locations through the creative director, designer and photographer’s thoughtful lens. Each puzzle is composed of sturdy cardboard with both lamination and a glossy finish. It’s a transportive adventure from the comfort of a living room.
Photographer Carl Ostberg’s tantalizing image of flowers smoking weed has been transformed into a bright, colorful and alluring 1000-piece puzzle. Cut from thick-stock board composed of 100% recycled paper, the completed image measures out to 19.25 by 26.6 inches. It’s a collaboration between Ostberg, Piecework puzzles and the cherished cannabis-centric magazine Broccoli.
Formulated in the US, Hawthorne’s Brightening Under Eye Corrector incorporates caffeine, cucumber and vitamin C (as well as other high-quality ingredients) to cool and de-puff bags under eyes. Though the brand is best utilized when taking their personalization quiz (so they can ascertain your specific needs), we have found this product to be very effective with daily use. Two other under-eye products can be found in the brand’s roster.
Three technology-driven Dyson functions come together in the brand’s new Pure Humidify+Cool PH01 fan: air circulation and cooling, purification and humidification. After intelligent sensors detect allergens, pollutants, particles and gases, the device projects purified, humidified air into the room. It employs both an ultraviolet cleansing technology for the water within, and a fully-enclosed HEPA filtration system on the air, and it can all be easily controlled from the Dyson mobile app.
A trio of exquisite candles from LA-based, CH favorite Boy Smells, the Rituals Votive Set includes scents both old and new. From the cedar and cinnamon leaf of BROKEN ROSARY, to the rhubarb and juniper of DE NÎMES and the jasmine and moss of best-seller HINOKI FANTÔME, these fragrances create warm, rich fragrances for the cold of winter months. Each three-ounce votive, in a 2.5 inch matte ombre glass tumbler, is composed of a coconut and beeswax blend with braided cotton wick.
When stacked upside-down, these bright green Saguaro glasses resemble a cactus. The set (from DOIY Design) comprises six different shapes—two cups with handles, three without and one with a rounded bottom—all of which have an eight-ounce capacity. Not only do they create the silhouette of a Saguaro when stacked, they also serve different purposes individually. Dishwasher- and freezer-safe, they’re a playful addition to any at-home meal.