Eat Off A Toilet Plunger With This Awesomely Weird Line Of Dinnerware

Enough with the cutesy floral: This line of tableware features Italian provocateur Maurizio Cattelan’s avant-garde images, from beetle-covered tablecloths to severed fingers on plates.

If you’re sick of the same-old floral tablecloths or “World’s Best Dad” mugs, a new line of tableware called “Seletti Wears Toiletpaper” might be the perfect antidote. Designed by provocative Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan in collaboration with Italian home ware manufacturer Seletti, the collection features, among other things, tablecloths printed with beetles and an “I Love U” plate spelled with an image of an actual human heart. It wouldn’t look out of place in the Addams Family’s dining room.

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Plugin Visualizes Your Entire Browser History

Iconic History reduces your Chrome history to a stream of icons.

Want to know exactly how much of your Internet time is spent fiddling around on Facebook versus doing all-important Googling, online shopping or watching videos? Try Iconic History, a plugin that puts your whole browser history into an exhaustive stream of favicons, the icons that appear next to a website’s name on a browser tab.

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Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook

Shades of Grey by Micah Cohen presents their Spring/Summer 2014 offerings via their latest lookbook. We first took a look at the collection during New York Fashion and now we get to see the clothing in a more cinematic setting. The lookbook was shot by Mike Carreiro on the coast of Southern California, capturing the brand’s casual, seasonal offerings. Prints, patterns and various materials complement the sports and loungewear-inspired pieces, which are juxtaposed against clean blazers and cropped trousers. Shop the collection now straight from Shades of Grey’s online shop.

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The World’s Best Windows


It was Bill Gates who once famously said ‘Everyone loves windows’ and we’re inclined to agree. Now that spring is here, one can open their curtains to the world with a little more confidence. So this week’s Good Things celebrates the finest of fenestration, inspiring you to look up, open up and enjoy the view.

Jose Guizar meticulously draws the windows of New York on a weekly basis, taking in their vast array of shape an…

An Interview with Martine Assouline

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Martine Assouline’s view Courtesy of Martine Assouline

Martine Assouline first gained prominence as a fashion model, and then worked in defining communications for brands including Louis Vuitton and Rochas. In 1994, alongside with her husband Prosper Assouline, she founded the eponymous publishing house, which they still head today. Assouline has grown to become the leading publisher for fashion and lifestyle – over 1000 books have come out in the last two decades…

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