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Trend Alert: Crazy Candles

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Trend Alert: Crazy Candles

May 16, 2020

Are candlemakers the new potters? Lately we’ve been seeing sculptural, handmade, decidedly odd, off-kilter candles proliferating. Here are some recent finds:

Portland, Maine-based Evangeline Linens offers a line of skull candles, including the Deer Skull Soy Candle, $65. (Also available: the Bobcat Skull Candle.)
Above: Portland, Maine-based Evangeline Linens offers a line of skull candles, including the Deer Skull Soy Candle, $65. (Also available: the Bobcat Skull Candle.)
Brooklyn sculptor Andrej Urem&#8
Above: Brooklyn sculptor Andrej Urem’s line of candles includes Lace (above L; $35) and Milk (above R; $35).
Artist Lauren DiCioccio created a line of candles for Oakland shop Ogaard; contact Ogaard directly for more information,.
Above: Artist Lauren DiCioccio created a line of candles for Oakland shop Ogaard; contact Ogaard directly for more information,.
Portland, Maine-based Muru makes appealing, geometric soy candles, including the Gjetost Candle (L) and the Pule Candle (R). Go to Home Coming for info.
Above: Portland, Maine-based Muru makes appealing, geometric soy candles, including the Gjetost Candle (L) and the Pule Candle (R). Go to Home Coming for info.
The Femme Illuminee Candle, made in Vancouver by Rachel Saunders Ceramics, is $85 from Here the Store in Colorado.
Above: The Femme Illuminee Candle, made in Vancouver by Rachel Saunders Ceramics, is $85 from Here the Store in Colorado.
Goober Candle by Brooklyn-based Talbot and Yoon; $. Also available from Areaware.
Above: Goober Candle by Brooklyn-based Talbot and Yoon; $24. Also available from Areaware.

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