Posts Tagged ‘bomb’
The hand granade oil lamps are made from actual US Army surplus grenades and gilded in gold, silver, or left natural. Each gets its distincts shape from the job it was designed for – fragmentation (pineapple), smoke/flash bombs (lemon), or high impact explosive (ball). This ice breaker will shatter even the thickest weirdest ice.
“This lamp is made with the tail fins of a 100-lb bomb from the Korean War. Paint and corrosion are removed to expose gleaming steel, interrupted by rough machinists marks from the factory. The interior of the fins retains the original turquoise paint, for a subtle wink of color. Finished with a polished nickel socket, elegant cloth-wrapped cord, and a natural linen shade.” On sale here.
Start the party off with a bang with these bomb candles with sparking wicks, each printed with the word Kaboom.
On sale here.
“Elizabeth Suda’s company, Article 22, is named after Article 22 in the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Fittingly her products are the antithesis of the fashion industry’s factory-produced wares. Instead, Suda finds local artisans and collaborates with them on handcrafted goods with provocative stories about their origins—like this one about her newest offering, peaceBOMB bracelets.”
Creative design objects by Mark A. Reigelman II…
“This whimsical pouring vessel is a comical take on the western slang “Sake Bomb”. The inspiration is a juxtaposition of the Fugu Fish (Blowfish), the most opulent of sashimi cuts and a WW II sea mine. The small drinking cups perch neatly on the spines making it a compact entertaining tool.”
The Sake Bomb was designed by Alexander Purcell founder of APRRO an interdisciplinary design studio based in Los Angeles.
The Peaceful Bomb Vase, designed by Biaugust. On sale at Yankodesign…