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joey ruiter + studio

joey ruiter is a michigan-based designer who works with metal to create "timeless icons in design". his site is still under construction but i was intrigued by these pieces. i think they're lovely but what do you guys think- timeless icons of design or not quite timeless yet?



Anonymous Tim H. said...

Maybe. The mirror is pretty trendy, not timeless.


12:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love the bowl- it's so elegant. I think if we could see more we'd be able to tell if it's timeless. Hopefully he'll get his site up and running soon, eh?


12:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice, but not timeless.

12:59 PM  
Anonymous Frank said...

Timeless or not, that mirror is H-O-T!

1:00 PM  
Blogger Tom Froese said...

Definitely not timeless. Very nice though.

How can you set out to make something a "timeless icon"?

Perhaps a goal that could only end up with contrived products?


1:42 PM  
Blogger poppy said...

that's a tough one. i'm going to take or make a prediction. timeless!

2:45 PM  
Blogger yilb said...

Yea, the mirror is not timeless, but it is completely awesome.

3:56 PM  
Anonymous susan said...

I see the bowl as being very special in a sculptural, organic, way. I do not feel that way about the mirror, I find it a little more "kitschy".

5:21 PM  
Anonymous jessica said...

the bowl is lovely, timeless? Mirror is total fun, not going for timeless.

6:19 PM  
Anonymous ktdd said...

The bowl--timeless. The mirror/frame, not so much.

8:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

louise campbell. very round chair.
as for the rest, you people seem to get caught up too tightly in words... don't take everything so literally!!! gloss over it...

10:43 PM  
Anonymous matt brown said...

Bowl is timeless, mirror is right on trend- and actually a little reserved which makes it very nice.

3:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"timeless icons in design"? is this guy for real? what, is he 12yo?

Its not even design its craft!

4:42 PM  

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