Friday, January 6, 2012


There's something about a new year that makes me want to organize and put away. You too? I'm thinking these cardboard-yet-classy Wallpockets would make straightening up even more satisfying.


While hiding away all sorts of small objects, the recycled cardboard pentagons double as modern art. Cleverly designed by Tim Karoleff for Ampersand.

Links I've posted on Facebook this past week included:

Round up of Anthropologie window and in-store displays
Yulia-quilled photoshoot (via Molly Smith)
Bergdorf Goodman holiday windows
Interesting way to add quilling to a fringed border

Remember, the giveaway for two packages of Box-Envelopes, perfect for mailing dimensional cards, ends this Sunday, January 8.

Enjoy the weekend!


Maureen said...

I don't think I've seen before objects like these. I like them for their design and utility.

Best wishes for the new year, Ann.

Casey said...

Those are so cool! They remind me of barnacles. :)

Molly Smith said...

You put together a wonderful Fab Friday collection, Ann! I haven't gotten one thing done, ha, but that's ok. I am full of inspiration! Happy Friday to you!

Donaville Herrick said...

those are so cool! it'd be like having an art installation in one's home :)

happy friday & happy weekend!

SUGANTHI said...

What a beautiful idea to upcycle and so useful too.

Ann said...

Those are very cool. I've been trying to get my craft room redone and I need something like that

Lissa (Bellenza) said...

Happy New Year! Looking forward to even more wonderful paper art inspiration on your blog in 2012!

Anonymous said...

The wallpockets are so funky!!
Thanks for the links to the great window displays and the photoshoot with Yulia.

Melissa said...

They look like the perfect place to stash cheerios and goldfish crackers... ;)

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