—The Ny Rocking Chair has been in the Museum of Modern Art’s collection since the 1970s, and it’s easy to see why. Minimalist design, high functionality and comfort are the pillars to any great piece of furniture.
After seeing this rocking chair, I’m not sure why anyone would want a rocking chair with more moving parts than a grandfather clock, or one with extreme hand carvings. (Nurseries are perhaps, the only exception to that rule.) But for the rest of us living that downtown life, the Ny Rocking Chair is the perfect stress reliever that we didn’t know we missed until we brought it back into our life.
It’s like the friend you always used to have good times with but drifted apart from. Not because of any sort of beef, but just because your lives have taken you in different directions. Then all of a sudden you meet again and boom, it’s the same or even better than before. I’m rambling… the soft rocking motion has got my thoughts flowing.
If you've ever tried to fit a circular water bottle into your packed tote, you probably squished it into place and hoped the cap didn't pop to spill all over your laptop. The Memobottle hopes to address that fear with its rectangular design.
Congratulations if you are one of the few that still washes dishes by hand. But if you are one of the few that washes their dishes without rubber gloves, you probably hate throwing out the dirty crap that gets left on your strainer. Tweak has got you covered.