From The Series (founded and designed by Ella Wiznia), these scarves are one of a kind, handmade and embody the brand’s “granny” style. Crafted from vintage crochet blankets, acrylic blend yarn and 100% recycled thread, each piece is colorful and delightfully off-kilter. Because they are made individually and from existing fabrics, all the scarves are unique and measure between 64 and 84 inches long.
Australian artist Kate Rohde (represented by Pieces of Eight Gallery in Melbourne and Culture Object in NYC) creates wildly colorful, playful objects with resin. With an appearance like an artifact from a fairytale, each unique Chrysanthemum Bowl has been hand-cast in food-safe resin and whether in use or not it adds whimsy to a room. Price is in AUD.
Casa Verónica’s ceramic Ixtlali Candleholders pay tribute to the Mexican drip-glaze technique, where multicolored swatches of paint cascade downward. Handmade and two inches tall, each of these mesmerizing holders is one of a kind and and finished with an interior and exterior gloss.