Above: 50 views of the Arne Jacobsen. A while back I mentioned this year is the 50th anniversary of Arne Jacobsen's Egg chair. This week, The Style Files is featuring the patchwork Eggs designed by legendary Danish designer Tal R for Fritz Hansen.
Above: The next tiny-small-medium-big-bigger-biggest thing. Babushka dolls. Yes. Babushka babushka, yi-ee-yiii. Via Senseless acts of Beauty.
Above: Sweet dreams are made of this. Found via Poppytalk, this absolutely beautiful bed is available through Anthropologie. Unfortunately... they are in the US and I don't think they'd deliver this baby to Sydney.
Above: Hyper Hyper. Apparently hypercolor is making a come back thanks to American Apparel. Found via Notcot. Not sure I'm down with it... maybe when I was 8.
Above: The Money Shots. Apparently the latest thing to get a piece of your favourite currency and combine it with a photo. And presto! You have yourself a money shot. Via Monster Munch.
Above: Undeniable cool: The DeLoreon. A piece of auto-technology rivaled only by Peter Brock's Energy Polariser, the DeLorean was the center piece of the launch of the Air McFly edition of the Nike Hyperdunk. Via High Snobiety.
Above: Co-ordinated kicks-and-handbags. Reeboks' new ladies line found via High Snobette.
Above: Sing me a rainbow... in my lounge room. This amazing patchwork sofa by Bertjan Pot & Frank Buggeman was featured recently on Happy Mundane and I just had to repost it. Love it!
Above: The perect reason to reflect. These TranSglass mirrors by Artecnica will blow your freaking minds. Found via Design Milk.
Above: Dumpster diving really does pay off. A refurbed, found on the curbside, left-for-the-council-clean-up curiosity cabinet. Restored by Arthur's Circus.