War, what is it good for?

May 4th, 2009

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Bring back the “Summer Of Love” with these collections of War motifs.

What side are you on?

War is Over” large framed print available at cafepress.ca for $54.00 CDN

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Photo from: Living Etc, Stylist Jo Berryman’s bedroom from the “Edgy Victorian Home Article”

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Greenaid – the first line of defense for the war on plastic bags.
The neoprene outer shell reveals a reusable polyester shopping bag within.
Available for $15 CDN at StyleGarage

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Love Grenade coin bank, by designers Owen and Cloud
The tossing of this grenade brings only prosperity, not destruction.
$32.00 USD A+R Store

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A Peaceful bomb vase, from designers Owen and Cloud.
The base of this ceramic is cleverly shaped as the peace symbol.
$52.00 USD A+R Store

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Toy Soldier Candle Holder – by Chris Collicott for Kikkerland
Standing at 9″ this is no toy!
$45 CDN available at StyleGarage

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War Bowl, by Dominic Wilcox
Made from melted toy soldiers, each coloured bowl represents a different war.
£159.00  from Thorsten Van Elten.

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Egg Soldier Cup, by Reiko Kaneko
Inspired by traditional English Breakfasts, the soldiers huddle
together to protect the egg, but the toast soldiers seem unstoppable.
£9.95  available directly from Reiko Kaneko

Just a thought… “One wonders if ‘War and Peace’ would has been as highly acclaimed as it was if it was published under it’s  original name ‘War—What Is It Good For?’”

- John Baker

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