Friday, November 4, 2011

FRIDAY FINDS-RISD/WORKS

 I recently came across this pretty sea urchin salt cellar ($40) by Celia Landman on the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) website. The gift store site showcases a selection of art, jewelry and home accessories designed and produced by RISD students and faculty. It's a great resource for amazing gifts at great prices-best of all, the profits go back to RISD for special programs. There are hundreds of beautifully designed items featured on the site, here are a few of my favorites:
 Nesting tables by Paul Loebach ($400)
 Round Framed record mirror ($135) Jeff Davis
 Gummy bracelet ($40) Yasmin Khun
 Take Out light by Chris Haines ($48)
 Penguin Pocket Pillow ($104)  Stephanie Housley
 Oyster soap dish ($28) Alison Evans

Square Ribbon vase ($90) Peter Hewitt 
Giraffe toilet brush ($16) Christopher Raia

And the winner of the MacKenzie-Childs tray is Design Chic-congratulations! 

13 comments:

Janell @ Isabella and Max said...

the first item, the sea urchin salt dish...AMAZING!!! Janell

Punctuation Mark said...

i've always wanted to go to that school! happy friday my dear!

JMW said...

That sea urchin pice is awesome, as is the oyster soap dish. Great finds!

Jennings and Gates said...

Great blog, now I'm afraid I'm going to be here for hours while I read the whole thing!

Splendid Sass said...

Congratulation, ladies! Great giveaway!
It is amazing how much talent there is out there. Love all of this. Need to go shopping there.
Teresa
xoxo

*Chic Provence* said...

Wow that salt cellar is a stunner! thanks for the great resource, just in time for a little shopping!

xoxo

Kit

Cindy Albert said...

That take out light is so fun. It would be interesting to put LED lights in it and use it in a contemporary Chinese restaurant.

That tray was beautiful!

Have a great weekend, Cindy

designchic said...

We are thrilled to win the amazing giveaway, Barbara, and just in time for the holidays!! Can't wait to visit the RISD website - totally obsessed with the sea urchin salt cellar. Hope you have a wonderful weekend ~

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quintessence said...

Lucky Design Chic girls!! WOW - thank you for reminding me - I totally forgot about the RISD site. I went to the "sister" school and we were allowed to take 4 classes there for credit, which of course I did. They also have a FABULOUS small museum. That would be a great trip since Providence is now such a fantastic city - a great stop perhaps on the way to Newport, the Cape or the ferry to Nantucket!

Sara said...

Your list is perfection, I want every single item you covet for, especially that grummy bracelet, they would all be an amazing addition to my life. Your blog is lovely and I'm a new follower! Hope you'll like my blog and follow back!

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Ann said...

Wow! Those are pretty amazing pieces.

I am loving the sea urchin.

Carla@DesignintheWoods said...

One of my clients purchased all of her dishes from a sale from our local college's art department. They are beautiful ceramics, all hand made. What an affordable way to acquire some lovely pieces for a collection. You never know which artist will be famous someday!

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Yours is beautiful.