With this medicine cabinet It can't be too over stated that this symbol predates the appropriation of the 20th Century.The mixture of the symbols roots and appropriation from Buddhist, Hindi and Nazi,from it's original sanskrit, meaning "well-being" to it's most recent incarnation of a symbol of unified evil. It's initial provocation wanes when all is contemplated and our belief and utter adherence to myopic views of symbols, disolves as we see that these are subtective assumptions, like the black spot from Treasure Island we can't help but believe in symbols, the questionis what should we believe.
Oh, Mr Byrne why didn't you tell me about this before, can we produce it for you. So you take paper pulp, a timber product and then reconstitute it back into the shape of the original object. oh please, you're too good, please remain in the light.
The brilliant minds over at 5.5 have come up with new outdoor furniture. They make it look as though the furniture is built around the plants, instead of the other way around. If we haven't mentioned this before, we like them.
I'm taken by the art direction, and the utility cups, and particularly the shades of tea. but as for proctor and gamble being some ideal of diversity, I'm afraid i can't be lulled into believing that one of the leading corporations have that in the forefront of their brain.