Maxwell Ryan
Aug 8, 2005

  • Phytoslim by Promise Design: This is a modular prototype that allows you to grow plants on your walls. The 2" thick panels are made of coconut fibers and supported by a hidden plastic skeleton.

  • The Penguin Donkey3 bookcase from Twentytwentyone: Designed in 1939 specifically to hold Penguin books.

  • A trough sink in the kid's bathroom: Brownstoner is getting closer to some finishing touches.

  • Erase-A-Holeā„¢: This clay filling solution boasts "extra bonding and flexability qualities" that will keep the filling from shrinking.

  • DEP Chair and Ottoman from Spirit House Imports: Once considered one of the "world's worst weeds," the water hyacinth is now leading Bangkok's design industry

  • 'Nature's Call' Flower Shaped Urinals by Clark Sorensen: This one is called California Poppy.

  • Buoy Lamp by Valvomo: "The lamp is placed on the floor and dimmable by swinging, or pushing it."

  • Photo of Your Fridge: This website stole our idea! But more power to them, as we hadn't gotten ours off the ground yet...
  • Confessions of a Listener: Garrison Keillor musing on the future of radio and his prediction that iPods and satellite will steal Clearchannel's audience.

    Writer's Almanac:

  • And today is the anniversary of the end of one of the last truly happy periods of John Keats's life.
  • POEM: "Endymion (extract)" by John Keats

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