The Black 01
When the world goes post-apocalyptic this is how I hope we all dress.
I would so wear all of this.
The World at Night Poster
“While collaborating with the guys at Vahalla, we used some really cool print techniques. We used a clear glossy varnish to achieve the black on black look. We also used a double hit of white and gold ink and then registered the glow-in-the-dark ink right on top of the white layer. They did a sweet job! Lesson learned: use a printer who takes as much pride in their craft as I do with design.”
Female clothing I would actually want to wear. (minus the dress.)
If this doesn’t make sense to you, you need to spend more time at the library; 398.2 is the fairy tale section in the Dewey Decimal System. :)
Necklace crafted by The Pendant Emporium on Etsy— they have so many beautiful literary- and vintage-themed necklaces!
If you don’t believe in 398.2 then you are full of 591.5
Library Scented Candle
A cozy blend of wood and earthy tones make it easy to imagine yourself curled up with a book or peering through shelves of wonderment in the Oxford Library! This is a completely original scent- I’ve mixed a variety of natural fragrance oils to create it. I have been making candles for years for myself, and decided to list them on etsy.
Oxford Library is made up of several fragrances: Oakmoss & Amber, Sandalwood and hints of tobacco and leather. This is perhaps a “fresher scent,” whereas my other library scent: Dumbledore’s Office, has a woodier aroma. A customer described Oxford Library as smelling like a “Freshly showered Sherlock Holmes.”
Would you buy a CPL Scented Candle?
My good friend Jeff of Pleated-Jeans has a new sticker book out. It’s full of awkward merit badges that you can stick on your friends and animals to award them for heroic feats of awkwardness. It fits in your pocket, it makes cool flippy noises when you turn the pages really fast, and I’m pretty sure if you were stranded on a deserted island you could burn it for warmth. Or eat it! I really don’t see how you could pass that up.
Okay, so, basically, it’s a vibrator, but, it goes with the rhythm/beat of whatever you are listening to.
It’s $69.99. (lol)
My friend and I saw this in our Human Sexuality class presentation, looked at each other and our jaws dropped.
A Bookshelf that grows
Rotterdam-based Dutch designer Reinier de Jong has created a clever storage solution with the REK bookcase, which “grows” with your expanding book collection. Using a sliding mechanism, the puzzle-like bookshelf pulls out and become wider when necessary to accommodate new books—with nooks of various sizes, users will also be able to arrange their books neatly according to size.