Foxy & Winston‘s colorful letter pressed and silk screened textile and paper goods boast images of both the nautical and four-legged variety spun and inspired from nature itself—the perfect way to say Congratulations, Happy Birthday, Merry Christmas, Thank You, Wanna-be-my-baby-mama, or anything in between.
Gowanus Furniture‘s cutting boards are “more than just something to help cut an onion”. Monogrammed with Morse Code using maple and walnut, they not only serve as the pallet for composing your next great meal, they are delivering a secret message—a mantra for the chef.
Odette Williams‘s classic children’s line of baby tees, onesies, aprons and kitchen playthings, and fairytale, zoo-inspired collage art are in a lot of ways a collage themselves—much like a day in the life of a parent and child in motion. Think magical-meets-everyday in stars, stripes, elephants with balloons, and soft durable cotton.
Small Home Studio‘s founder Julia Small believes in giving “function to forgotten materials,” but once you stumble upon her cartographic letterhead, locket art (above), and light design, you may find yourself wondering how any of these treasures ever found themselves cast off in the first place. Lucky for you, they’ve been salvaged—just in time for you to wrap one up and hand it to your special someone tied with a bow.