Blueprints make me happy.
Hard to say why, exactly, but they do.
I’ve been studying floor plans since I was a kid. Drew them myself on the computer all through my formative years. Even attempted a semester at the UF School of Architecture.
And, while architecture might not have been in the stars for me when it came to a career choice, I still love it.
So for people like me, this paperweight is the perfect office accessory: a big ball of smiles.
You can find the Crumpled Blueprint Paperweight on Amazon.
I’m a little obsessed with LEGO blocks, so when I came across this Simpsons set, I was pretty excited.
It’s SO detailed, which is great for both Simpsons fans and anyone who loves dollhouse-type miniatures.
It hinges open to reveal the interior, and you can take remove the roof for easier access to the top floor while it’s closed.
It comes with 6 figures and a ton of fun LEGO accessories, like Bart’s room with his skateboard and Krusty the Clown poster, Lisa’s room with her favorite books and jazz poster, and the living room with iconic couch, TV playing Itchy and Scratchy, purple piano and so much more.
Click here to get the LEGO Simpsons House on Amazon.
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Ever wanted to get away from it all?
Maybe what you need is an cottage with an open floor plan nestled in the charming woods of Wonderland or a historic houseboat floating on the clear, blue seas of Neverland?
What would real estate listings look like if they were describing Disney abodes?
A little like this:
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The Belgian artist Filip Dujardin specializes in something he calls “imaginary architecture.”
It’s fascinating: he takes an image that would otherwise be nondescript and something at which we might not otherwise take a second glance, and he changes it into something spectacular and unique and fantastical.
His artwork is fun to look at.
It gives you something to ponder.
And as a prior student of architecture, it sparks fire within my imagination.
To see more of Dujardin’s artwork, check out the Highlight Gallery.