Yayoi Kusama Covered Everything in Dots and Wasn’t Sorry

Yayoi Kusama’s dazzling universe of polka dots is given a charming, kid-friendly rendition through Fausto Gilberti’s book, Yayoi Kusama Covered Everything in Dots and Wasn’t Sorry. Written from the Japanese artist’s point of view and spanning 48 delightful illustrations, this children’s book details how Kusama got her start, following her journey from Japan to the United States in order to realize her passion for a …

Polka Dot Naval Knife

Truly masterful with a bit of steel, Thomas Callahan’s skills and areas of interest often extend beyond the realm of building custom bicycles. Such is the case with this gorgeous polka dot naval knife, designed with a seafarer in mind (or perhaps Yayoi Kusama). The stainless steel blade is constructed with a unique carbon fiber inlay that reduces the handle weight by about four grams.