Monday Inspiration

Wooden LEGO Minifig by Malet Thibaut

If you love all things LEGO, you’ll totally flip over these wooden minifigs by French designer Malet Thibaut. Avail­able in a lim­ited edi­tion of 20, each fig­ure was care­fully made by hand and shipped in nat­ural wood and card­board packaging.

Flapper Knitting Needles by Bee's Knees Industries

It’s always a treat to find hand­made craft tools like these Flap­per Knit­ting Nee­dles from Bee’s Knees Indus­tries (see more fun knit­ting nee­dles here).

Marionettes via The Art Room Plant

How amaz­ing are these mar­i­onettes by artist Hazel Terry (aka the art room plant) and her daugh­ter Freya? She is def­i­nitely at the top of my list of go-to sources for inspiration.

Portable LEGO Storage Box and Carrying Case from Knick Knack Wood Shack on Etsy

This portable LEGO stor­age box from Knick Knack Wood Shack on Etsy is totally awesome.

Secret Room In Cardboard by Andre Da Loba

Noth­ing is cooler than a secret room. Or any work by artist André da Loba, for that mat­ter. I posted a few of his won­der­ful card­board illus­tra­tions a while back – def­i­nitely worth check­ing out! (via hazel terry on pin­ter­est)

Folk Ingenuity by Andre da Loba

More folk inge­nu­ity by André da Loba. I love his prim­i­tive way of express­ing ideas.