“This collaboration is about joy, making these pieces is fun, spending time together is fun, talking about them is fun. Honestly, we just wanted to make objects that shone of happiness, and gave people a reason to smile!”— Pallas & Freya
Hanging citronella coils - the last word in sculptural bug deterrence. A new pack of five small coils joins the family - for those of you who know you love these, you just want MORE!
A collection of work with ancient architectural references. When Sylvia Plath wrote "I didn’t want any flowers, I only wanted // To lie with my hands turned up and be utterly empty." was she writing about this work? It's completely possible.
Jolie "Mae" Signorile is back with another round of tiny totemic trucks. The work functions as both a meditation on craft and a craigslist obsession, but ultimately reaches that oh so rare peak of devotional object - that category of things that are carried by the faithful, and who see them as imbued with spiritual values and use them for votive offering.
A new collection of tiny bottles - inspired by ancient Chinese bottles used to hold powdered tobacco during most of the 17th century, these vessels work just as well for any tiny thing!