We are excited that Barnacle was included in Andrew Zimmern’s latest Quarterly box. Theme: summer road trip!
Amazing hand blown fish bowl now available in our store! The photo doesn’t do it justice. Fish sold separately. Actually, we don’t sell fish at all. Buy yours here!
A Portland Timbers Lumberjack had to be done.
We are excited to announce that Trunk for iPhone is now available in both black and white. (Yes, we were listening.)
While we were at it, we decided to make some improvements to Trunk’s design and construction. The new Trunk has a reinforced Lightning connection, improved “bendability” and “posability” (neither of which appears to be a word, but you get it), and Trunk is now case-friendly!
We designed a special “riser” that adds support and maintains the clean look if you do not use a case. If you do use a case, simply remove Trunk’s riser, and it works with most cases.
For our latest LVLY Workshop product, we made a lamp here in our Portland studio. We call it the Interpolate Lamp.*
We laser cut birch veneer with a rich, unusual, and complex pattern of interpolated lines. Light emits through thousands of tiny holes to create a truly magical glow. We think it’s really beautiful, and we hope you do too.
*Workshop products are made in the US. They are produced in small runs and individually numbered.
Check out the latest DROOG product in our store. Paper Pencils are made from leftover magazines and newspapers, by rolling paper on the carbon core. In the production process as little glue as possible is used while maintaining the desired quality. Every pencil is unique and handmade in a social workshop in the Netherlands.
We are happy to hear that Facet won “Best Tablet Stand” in the 2013 Golden Case Awards.
We started our company because we wanted to create and sell (mostly create) fun, unusual products. Thanks to all of you, we have grown a lot in the last three and a half years. The last few months have been especially busy. We started going by our nickname “LVLY,” we opened a store, and we’ve continued to work on new products.
Two weeks ago, we opened our flagship store in Portland. While we were figuring out what to put on the shelves, we wanted to include clever products made by others. Honestly, with most of these products, we wish we had thought of them first.
Today, we’re expanding our online store to include a few products made by likeminded designers. There’s the Ostrich Pillow Light to rest your head anywhere, a magnetic tea towel, erasers that let you play barber, and much more. If you’re in Portland, visit us at 1100 SE Division St, Suite 103 — next to the new Pine State Biscuits.