Like a played-with paper clip scaled for Andre the Giant, this wire hanger's form allows for slotting, hanging, and stacking whatever is is you're holding when you're back home from storming the castle.
The hyper-hip borough of Brooklyn is home to Roll & Hill’s manufacturing hub, where Jason Miller’s ever-so-subtle Gothic-style Modo chandelier (4-sided, 15 globes) is made from a CNC-milled frame of solid aluminum.
We are, without a doubt, big fans of Mike Perry. The Brooklyn-based illustrator and designer's online shop is well-worth getting lost in, clicking around through books, zines, patterned Eames rockers, and, of course, prints. This Red Brick screenprint is one of a limited edition of 50, signed by Mike himself, and just plain awesome.
This apron is so damn cute it just might convince us to start making brownies, or meatloaf, or scrambled eggs, or absolutely anything to give us an excuse to put it on and prance around the kitchen. We're just now being introduced to the wonder that is Zakka Nouveau but are beyond taken with the textiles on offer—coasters, tea towels, brilliant bento bags, and more—and would highly recommend a click through if you're still on the search for holiday gifties.