Blog Posts - Anthropomorphic



Companion Stools Are the Cutest Furniture You’ll Ever Love

Don't want to take care of a pet? These alien-like stools are the next best thing.
by dornob on Dec 24, 2014

Way-Out Wednesday, Valentine's Edition: Wild "Thing", You Make My Heart Sing

Welcome to our 2nd week of Way-Out Wednesday's Valentine's Day edition! For all you fans of unnecessary quotation marks, you'll probably enjoy today's pick. Fans of anthropomorphism, you'll... Take one part vintage, one part snark, shake vigo...
by The Girl Can't Help It on Feb 2, 2011

Way-Out Wednesday, Valentine's Edition: Wild "Thing", You Make My Heart Sing

Welcome to our 2nd week of Way-Out Wednesday's Valentine's Day edition! For all you fans of unnecessary quotation marks, you'll probably enjoy today's pick. Fans of anthropomorphism,... Take one part vintage, one part snark, shake vigor...
by The Girl Can't Help It on Feb 2, 2011

Way-Out Wednesday: When Good Fruit Goes Bad.

Welcome to Way-Out Wednesday! Today's pick is this Vintage Apple & Banana Scatter Pin Set: You may ask: "What's so "way-out" about that?" It's not creepy or disturbing, true. But it's... Take one part vintage, one part snark, shake vigor...
by The Girl Can't Help It on Mar 10, 2010

Fire Embrion

Fire Embrion...
by Logo Bliss on Oct 8, 2009

Interactive Furnishings: Posable Human Figure Lamps

There is something vaguely hedonistic, unruly and playful about these shiny gold figures by Daniel Loves Objects that double as light fixtures. These lamps are as much art as interior furniture - and more interactive than either typically is. Having...
by dornob on May 18, 2009

Interactive Furnishings: Posable Human Figure Lamps

There is something vaguely hedonistic, unruly and playful about these shiny gold figures by Daniel Loves Objects that double as light fixtures. These lamps are as much art as interior furniture - and more interactive than either typically is. Having...
by dornob on May 18, 2009

National Frog Month

April is National Frog Month. Who decided that, and why, I don't know. But I do enjoy the fantasy dressed frog images of yore. So did the Victorians, and they used the humorous froggy a lot on antique trade cards, cigar box labels, and postcards. So...
by Ms Dow Antiques 'TIQUE TALK on Apr 21, 2009


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