It's been said that those who can, do, and those who can't, teach, even though Mary Kay Letourneau tried her damnedest to pull off both. Also getting down with the two of them, the guy behind David Weeks Studio.
Now making refreshingly unique lighting and household products just for you, D. Weeks is an Athens-raised designer who's served as a visiting critic at Yale and a professor at the Parsons School of Design, and whose works have been featured in Barney's New York, because if anything needs to have a light shone on it, it's that purple dinosaur's raging pedophilia. Illuminate the crib with the circular-flapped, origami-ish Lunette paper clip-on light bulb shade, or table-sitting coolness like the Castlight (a black rubber-grip candlestick-holder/flashlight hybrid), or ivory porcelain votives replicating campfires and an oil barrel, which ethanol enthusiasts will shun for being crude. There're also wooden animal shaped toys with movable elastic-band limbs (rhinos, elephants, bears, gorillas), plus home extras like the 8" stainless steel crowbar-shaped Bar Pry bottle opener, and orange Sing Sing Trays, which're exact replicas of the lunch ones used at the NY prison, and'll be the perfect addition to your next Shanksgiving dinner.
Dave's also got primate-inspired cast-resin ashtrays like the black Skullrilla, the silver Robotrilla, and the pink Gorilla -- evocative of of Mary Kay's paramour, whose now-27-year-old balls are finally hanging lowland.