Thursday, February 4, 2010

Erin Martin Design

Jaime introduced me to the delightful work of Erin Martin Design. Here's the most steampunk of her designs.


I love the quirkiness of using wall mounted reading lamps to light a sink.

I think these images are some for a radio-crystallography -- but maybe one of you know better?

Nice juxtaposition of industrial lighting with traditional handwriting.

I *love* the door on this bathroom.

Dark. Moody. Train.

Would love to know who made this coffeetable with an octopus on it.

Antique Astronomy Chart...

with an even older celestial tool in front of it...


8 comments:

tammyo said...

i have an octopus coffee table on order from the goblin bazaar on etsy.

http://www.etsy.com/view_transaction.php?transaction_id=21244662

Allison said...

I need an octopus coffee table. That's just so awesome.

Belladonna said...

I don't think those pictures are from radio crystallography. My final art major for college was themed around the leaf & I sandwiched decayed leaves between photographic paper & glass & exposed them in the darkroom creating prints pretty much identical to those pictured.

It's easy - once you've shelled out the cash for a darkroom & chemicals!

Sara said...

Tammy -- love the table, just featured it in a post -- you should do more.

Allison -- did you buy it??? If so, please send pics of it in it's new home. :)

Belladonna -- yeah, they aren't quite fractal enough for crystallography, but nonetheless neat.

DoxaHome.com said...

So glad you enjoyed her work Sara, and I love the images you gathered! Thanks so much for the shout out and link, much appreciated! Have a gorgeous weekend.

All the best,
Jaime

Amaris said...

This is the good blog with good images and good details. Please keep on posting the more stuff. I will like to hear more from you.
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Goblin said...

I want to thank Tammyo and The Steampunk Home for posting the picture of my first 100% handmade octopus table.

-Kimberley Coffman at The Goblin Bazaar

atayala said...

Each photo was so beautiful in a wonderful and unique way.This was a lot of fun. I really enjoyed looking.

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