Obello Table Lamp

Bill Curry originally created the iconic Obello Table Lamp in 1971 and its curvy, space-age, mushroom-esque shape has charmed ever since. This year GUBI reintroduced the piece, to the delight of design enthusiasts everywhere. With a frosted glass shade (as the original had) this new iteration is rechargeable and can be moved around the house or garden easily. There’s an integrated dimmable LED light within …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

"Gay Christmas," illuminated drones finishing monuments, a portable record player and more this week

NYC to Require Salary Ranges Be Included in Job Postings Starting in November, a new NYC law will go into effect that requires companies with at least four employees to include the lowest and highest salaries for any job it posts. These incomes must accurately reflect what the company will be ready to pay prospective hires. Colorado made pay transparency mandatory earlier this year, and …

Audio-Technica Revives Retro Record Player Design

To celebrate Audio-Technica’s 60th anniversary, the heritage equipment brand is releasing an updated, limited edition version of their portable record player that debuted in 1983, the Mister Disc (though, known as the Sound Burger in some markets). On the re-release, gone is the slot for three C batteries as power now comes by way of an internal USB-C-rechargeable battery. Fortunately, the vinyl player comes equipped …