• Three Weird and Wonderful Products on My Lust List.

    Posted on 27th March, by Dana Tomić Hughes in product design. 3 Comments


    Here’s a little roundup of three weird and wonderful products I spotted recently and would love to own. I know – I’m weird-o-rama. But I cannot help my extreme love for quirkiness, can I?

    Monochromatic Feltplants are beautiful design objects handmade from 100% wool felt. I can just imagine them in an all white/ black interior. Swoon! Designed by Wandschappen for Dutch design label Jan Willem de Laive.


    My love of pork is reasonably well documented by now, so it should come as surprise that this Pig Cooking Lid from MoMA Store makes me squeal with excitement. Oink oink! The lid is made of soft silicone, suitable for cooking, microwaving and dishwashing. You can buy it right here.


    And how about this craaaazy beautiful QUELLE FÊTE (II) melting disco balls by Rotganzen, Rotterdam based artist collective formed by Robin Stam, Joeri Horstink and Mark van Wijk. I want! Photos by Rick Messemaker via Flickr.

  • 3 Responses to “Three Weird and Wonderful Products on My Lust List.”

    1. Eleni says:

      Oh, I love thedisco balls (well, I love anything that sparkles and shines!) and these are really something!

    2. Camilla says:

      I am down with all three!

    3. Kim says:

      That pig cooking lid, I can’t decide if it’s cute or creepy.

      probably go with cute cause it’s pink :)

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