This is Fredericks & Mae at its most lush - come explore this casual museum this objét emporium.
A breathless expansion, a fresh bloom.
We are thrilled to announce a massive expansion of our best-selling cutting boards. Six new color ways inspired by modernist paintings and misty shores join the collection - for a total of 33 distinct cutting board styles to choose from!
A fresh collection of charms - each comes with a written card: a poem, a wish, a direction - imbuing each figure with an purpose. These sculptures can live in your pocket, on a bedside, or on your mantle - keeping you company as you live, laugh, love, dance like no ones watching, grieve, and fight.
The first knives were wre made about 2.5 million years ago - by early ancestors of modern humans. These knives are a bit nicer than those ones - but do somthing similar. Chop what you need and enjoy life.
Portable and reusable forks made from acrylic remnants. Each fork comes with a removable and protective silicone sleeve. It seems quite useful to travel with an attractive fork - for lunches on the go and spur of the moment picnics. Comes with a keyring for easy looping/hanging/carabiner-ing, but also removable if your into minimalism.
Medieval chic. Mid-century monastery. Scandinavian black out. Electricity is gauche.
This work is made using a hammer - a practice known as Tsuiki. In Japanese, “tsuiki,” is the art of using a metal hammer (tsui) to raise (ki) a sheet of copper metal. It is an ancient craft - one that elevates everyday objects, in turn elevating every day.
Wild Bod is back with a colleciton of combs and clocks - a perfect paring. The combs are labors of love - each one a small marvel. Made out of acrylic scraps with epoxy inlays - each comb is laser-cut and then hand shaped. When is that last time you saw a comb that took your breath away?
Luminious, supple, and sticky indeed! Sticky is a New York based design company developed by Grace Whiteside that specializes in multi-functional, performative and collaborative glasswork.