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Greenman Stone

Posted on by Alan Darcy

Made in the Pacific Northwest; all handcast and finished stone ornamental sculptures and castings…perfect for any garden or deck. All pieces are cast cement, frost proof, individually antiqued using eco-friendly soy based resins.

Fun Metal Birds

Posted on by Alan Darcy

Some of the most unique garden decor items you will find anywhere! Made in Bali, these high-quality metal birds feature extraordinary, cheerful, colorful designs made exclusively by hand. Most can be lit from the inside with tea candles or LED … Continue reading

Aluminum Wire Sculpture

Posted on by Alan Darcy

Fine figurative metal sculptures made in the U.S.A., shaped freehand from a single long strand of aluminum wire.

Recycled Cotton Socks

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Life is too short for matching socks, especially when you can wear these fun and beautiful socks! Multi-patterned and colorful mismatched socks for children, adults, and babies. A little something fun for your feet. Whether you wear them all day … Continue reading

Andrew Holmburg

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Andrew Holmberg has been creating unique glass art for the garden since 1997.  The glass is designed to be functional and durable, while adding a creative accent to any outdoor space.  His glass can be seen in gardens around the … Continue reading

Carousel Hand Soap Dispenser

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Lather up and let these adorable soap dispensers get your hands bubbly clean. These modern home accessories work equally well in your bathroom or as great kitchen gifts- never before has hand washing been such a delight.  Designed by Miji … Continue reading

Recycled Newspaper Dog Sculptures

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When you’ve had a “ruff” day, look to these sweet and silly canines to bring a smile to your face. Rover and Rascal are crafted of shredded and woven recycled newspaper, making them not only adorable, but also incredibly eco-friendly.

Hat Sculptures by Kurt McCracken

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Kurt McCracken was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. He attributes his artistic talent to his father and his grandfather who were both design engineers. Kurt was always interested in all forms of art, and would express himself at an early … Continue reading

Duck Mirror

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A little surreal, a whole lot of fabulous, this egg-shaped looking glass will quack you up each time you check yourself out!

Sealife Stacking Cups

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Michael Revil Madjus is a Product Designer in Toronto who marries “functionality with a playful sensibility.”