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Hello Friends!

After four exciting years of building Good Thing, we will be passing the torch to the very talented people at West Elm to be our exclusive retailer. Starting this year, the Good Thing collection will be available at West Elm stores and online.

Good Thing founder Jamie Wolfond will be working with West Elm’s creative team to develop new products with our growing roster of designers with new product introduced seasonally exclusively with West Elm.

Jamie will also be ramping up operations at Jamie Wolfond Studio, which will design products for and consult with brands, interior design firms, and private clients.

Follow Jamie’s work @jamiewolfond, and West Elm @westelm, or subscribe below and we’ll send you updates from time to time.

Looking forward,
Team Good Thing

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G3 Vessel—Line

G3 Vessel—Line

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$ 14

Designed by a former car mechanic turned product designer, the G3 Vessels employ subtle flowing compound curves native to the auto industry to create a satisfying and useful series of containers. The G3 Vessels are meant to be used creatively and are handy in the office, bathroom, and kitchen. The G3 Vessels are food, dishwasher, microwave, and oven safe.

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DESIGNER Shinya Yoshida
MATERIAL Silicone
DIMENSIONS Length 8.25", Width 3.5", Height 2.25"
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Shinya Yoshida

Shinya Yoshida

Shinya Yoshida, born in 1984, is an industrial designer based in Japan. Established in 2012, Shinya Yoshida Design designs furniture, appliances and other everyday objects. Before starting his own design practice, Shinya worked as a car mechanic, where he developed his love of basic materials and components. Today, he is a lecturer at Nihon Kougakuin College and winner of several design awards including the Good Design Award and iF Design Award.

View more of Shinya's work at sydesign.jp