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Over the last three years， an anonymous artist has wandered around the streets of New York City finding random pieces of urban infrastructure， from trash to fire hydrants to street lights and parking signsdecorative pillow cases， and turning them into something useful. The 23 “；interventions”； are inspiring because they are great examples of innovative thinking about everyday objects， and are DOABLE.？They are part of？a project called？Rotton Apple ？whose？mission statement？consists of an quote from？Victor Papanek：accent pillow case baby canvas home decor
Design， if it is to be ecologically responsible and socially responsive， must be revolutionary and radical in the truest sense. It must dedicate itself to... maximum diversity with minimum inventory…； or doing the most with the least. —Victor Papanek
Our favorite creation， the Urban Hammock， above， is made of garbage bags and braided plastic bags (we never thought to braid them!). Other？“；interventions”； include？Bike Rack Tabletops？that fill a real need. You can put down your latte or ？whatever you’；re carrying while you unlock your bik…；e
…；.as does Power Plant…；
…；which allows you to charge your cell phone where-ever you are…；
Read more at Fast Company？and check out all 23 of Rotton Apple’；s ？“；interventions”； here.
One of the questions we here at?World Market get?asked most often is: How do I incorporate?unique?global pieces into my existing home decor?
We are major tradition lovers in our family with it comes to Christmastime. The older we get, the more traditions we seem to rack up over the years. If a cookie recipe or a lighting display or a holiday road trip is particularly awesome, it’s bound to be repeated for eternity.?But there’s one tradition that has been in my family way longer than I’ve even been alive—celebrating our Swedish heritage.
I wanted her room (like all of their rooms) to really reflect her personality. While Brooklyn’s space will be sweet and dainty and princess-like, Harlow’s will be a little more modern and fun. We’re going for black, white, and coral pink. There will be unicorns and macrame and all that good boho stuff.