Tuesday, November 20, 2007

From extreme to bizarre

I'm loving the unusual, and sometimes bizarre range of home accessories and furniture available from Moss. 1. Babel Blocks designed by Constantin and Laurene Leon Boym for Boym Design Studio, US. Babel Blocks is a collection of five wooden action figures, representing New York City's cultural and religious diversity. 2. Terrorism Finger Puppets by I Golfini Della Nonna, USA. Each finger pupper represents a terrorist such as Kim Jong II. George W Bush is controversially included. I hope I'm not offending anyone by including this, but I wanted to give an idea of the crazy items available at Moss. 3. Corallo armchair by Fernando and Humberto Campana for Edra, Italy. 4. Favela chair by Fernando and Humberto Campana for Edra, Italy. 5. Clay Furniture dining chairs by Maarten Baas for Maarten Baas, Netherlands. 6. Crepax Kadhorna cabinet by Giuseppe Canevese for Ennezero, Italy. It features the artwork of graphic artist Guido Crepax (1933-2003), who was hugely influential in the development of European comic art in the second half of the 20th century. 7. Ukiyo round table designed by Tomita Kazuhiko for Moroso, Italy. 8. Sheep stool by Hanns-Peter Krafft for Meier, Germany.

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