Friday Finds 05.24.13

By Eujin Rhee
From Woody Allen to Donald Judd, delicate ghost creatures to beardvertising, do take a look at what our team mustered up this week around the World Wide Web. Cheers to the long weekend!
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Ranging in size and shape, these quirky and delicate ceramic ghost creatures function as various accents to your living space. Each individual Ghost is hand thrown, glazed, decorated and customized, precious as an individual and in clusters.

DianaPeep Donald Judd's House and Studio

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We're in the midst of writing our September Designers' Own Homes issue (yes—we plan that far ahead of time!) and the houses of famed creatives are top of mind. Minimalist artist Donald Judd's SoHo residence recently underwent a $23 million restoration project. The loft, housed within a building dating from 1870, is soon to be open to the public. If you can't travel to 101 Spring street in person, check out Curbed's great gallery of images.


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Beardvertising, real or fake? Kentucky ad agency Cornett Integrated Marketing Solutions came up with the concept of using miniature billboard ads that hang on a gentleman’s facial hair. Why not bring in an extra $5 a day.

CortneyLinda and Dick's apartment in Play it Again, Sam

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The cool apartment of Linda Christie (Diane Keaton) and her husband Dick (Tony Roberts) in the 1972 film Play it Again, Sam written and starring Woody Allen.

Kelsey: The Wooden House Project