Welcome to “Quick Picks” where we scour Krrb.com for remarkable finds and amazing pieces guided by just one word. Today’s word: Dream
Raganella’s blend in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
You’ll find a number of homemade body products on Raganella’s Krrb corner. Aside from creams and tea blends, proprietor, Liz Neves, makes Vivid Visions, a smoking herb blend ($8). The herb blend has a mixture of wildcrafted mugwort and wildcrafted damiana known to bring vivid dreams. If you aren’t interested in smoking, Raganella’s Krrb corner also has a number of body products to help you relax and reach a dreamlike state of euphoria.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/raganella
Polaroid transfer in Park Slope, Brooklyn
The image of a cow surfing is sure to make you think you are dreaming. This Polaroid transfer is one of many taken by photographer Matt Schwartz. This image ($95) was shot in Ecuador and is printed on heavy/textured watercolor paper. Be sure to check out other dreamy photos in She Hit Pause Studio’s Krrb corner.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/shehitpausestudios
Abstract art, Easthampton, Massachusetts.
Invisible Fountain’s artworks are truly memorable. Colorful and original, pieces like Rainbow-colored Folk Pop Pain ($99.99) are sure to help you reach an altered state the all natural way. Be sure to check out this item and more of Luke Cavagnac‘s artwork on Invisible Fountain’s Krrb corner.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/invisiblefountain
Sterling Silver Jewelry, Park Slope, Brooklyn
This ring ($130) is part of the Whirls collection and would make any outfit complete. The organic design can be interpreted as feathers, leaves, coral or wherever your dreams may take you. Debbie Liu designs and handmakes this fun line of statement jewelry. For this and other unique pieces to add to your collection, visit Harlequin Lionhead’s Krrb corner.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/harlequinlionhead
Glass lamp in Greenpoint, Brooklyn
Looking to add a lighthearted “I Dream of Jeannie” inspired decor to your digs? Look no further than this pink Barovier lamp. Available to the best offer, this cheeky dream lamp can easily be rewired with a light kit from the hardware store. Take it from interior designer Jeff Blum, who offers a variety of other lamps on his Six Zero 6’s Krrb corner.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/3369
Limited Edition print, Greenpoint, Brooklyn
Brooklyn-based Company curates artwork with fantastical elements much like this item by Colette Robbins. The landscape print ($95) has a spiritual connection to the monument watching over the bay. Hang it over your bed for a full night’s rest. For other beautiful prints, visit Company’s Krrb corner.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/welcometocompany
Vinyl records in New York, New York
This extensive record collection is a music lover’s dream come true. Former DJ Rachel Mason is selling the majority of her goods for $2 a pop. Some rarer records are selling between $5 and $25 depending on the item. Don’t waste time and check out her vast vinyl selection at Rachel’s Krrb corner.
Get it here: Krrb.com/4469
Signed print in New York, New York
Own your little piece of movie star glamor with this signed print by Victor Spinelli. This well-traveled photographer has had work published in a number of magazines such as Vogue, W, Newsweek, and Harpers Bazaar. This photograph of actress Amber Heard captures that dream of success with the iconic Hollywood sign in the background. More beautiful black and white prints are available at Victor’s Krrb corner.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/VictorSpinelli
Wolf Model in Gowanus, Brooklyn
What we love most about Film Biz Prop Shop in Brooklyn is the element of discovery. Uncover dreams and your artistic potential with this Wolf clothing model. The child-size clothes form is adjustable and stands on a cast-iron base. Start that witty children’s t-shirt company you’ve always dreamed of. Visit Film Biz Prop Shop’s Krrb corner for this and other unique finds.
Get it all here: Krrb.com/filmbizrecycling
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