Kokedama Moss Ball with Fern

This Kokedama from NYC-based The Sill is a bundle of green joy wrapped in a moss ball. An art-form developed by the Japanese, it’s an eye-catching way to hold plants, setting them free from pots or planters—you can even hang them. Choose from three different ferns and toss out your ho-hum succulents to make room for this living sculpture. Best of all, the Kokedama doesn’t …

Terrarium Necklace

Wear nature around your neck with this tiny terrarium, made from vintage watchmaker vials and carefully planted with a tiny specimen of moss.

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Limited edition slingshots, Matthew Marks' pop up, Rodarte for Lula and more in our survey of the past week online

1. Marc Then Marks: A New Art Book Boutique Interview reports on the new pop up shop at Matthew Marks, where, other than rare art books, Phillipe Starck Santa stools and a Roy Lichtenstein-designed silk shirt are all from the gallery’s archives and yours for the taking. 2. Tan Lun Cheak’s Glowbelly Steamboat Lamp Singaporean designer Tan Lun Cheak of Little Thoughts Group dreamed up …