Nov 1, 2011 [No Comments]


Julian Bialowas’ photography project 365q, a photo a day for a whole year. This one just wrapped up and his new project is starting soon.

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Oct 31, 2011 [No Comments]

a twiggy halloween

Saturday night consisted of going to the Fillmore in Silver Spring to see Chromeo and Mayer Hawthorne. I had been looking forward to the show for quite some time and I kept going back and forth on whether I should dress up for the concert. At the last minute I decided that I’d be sad if I didn’t. So I spent Saturday putting this twiggy costume together. It wasn’t that complicated. Luckily I found a dress that felt 60s in pattern and cut and I found an awesome photo guide of twiggy doing her eye makeup (shown below). The show was awesome, both Chromeo and Mayer Hawthorne were amazing and I got a few people that recognized my costume! Happy Halloween everyone!



Oct 27, 2011 [No Comments]

400 costumes to die for

I tweeted about this yesterday but its too cute not to post here too. 400 Costumes to Die For is GS Design‘s 2009 annual self-promotional piece. Just roll the two 20-sided dice to reveal more than 400 morbidly clever costume ideas – from Zombie Elvis and Space Jesus to the truly outré. The dice are packaged in an illustrated tube with rings that rotate to let the recipient create mix-and-match Halloween creatures. The tube is an economical one-color hot stamp on black paper with printed one-color instructions affixed inside the lid. While researching this design I discovered that they created an iphone and ipad app too! Download it for free here. Now you don’t have any excuses not to dress up this year.




via the dielineP and W design / GS Design

Sep 30, 2011 [No Comments]

crafty bastards tomorrow

Crafty Bastards Arts & Crafts Fair is tomorrow from 10–5 at the Marie Reed Learning Center at 18th & Wyoming in Adams Morgan. I will be volunteering at the Pyramid Atlantic booth 90 / 91 from 10–noon doing a letterpress demo. Some of my letterpress friends will be selling their awesome goods at booth 123, (and some of mine too!) Hope you all can stop by the fair and buy some crafty stuff!

Have a great weekend!

Sep 29, 2011 [No Comments]

i feel good today

Cheery and rad 3-d wall artwork in Hamburg, Germany. Such an appropriate message because my last couple of days have been truly awesome! More details about the wall art here.

via Spoke Fiend and The Cool Hunter

Sep 28, 2011 [No Comments]

liam brazier illustrations

Really blown away by these geometric illustrations by Liam Brazier. I’m kind of a sucker for the geometric look right now, (isn’t everyone?) but these seem more unique and take the geo style to the next level.

via Spoke Fiend

Sep 27, 2011 [1 Comment]

type tuesday: seb lester

I’ve been a long time fan of Seb Lester‘s gorgeous lettering. Here are a few of my favorites from him. I especially love the Van Gogh stars print; how genius is he to make the lettering out of stars! And of course I adore the Home Sweet Home print (since I have one and it’s hanging in my bedroom.) View all of his work here.

Sep 26, 2011 [1 Comment]

limitée boxes by chewing the cud

Aren’t these limited edition boxes from Chewing the Cud just gorgeous? Each kit includes vintage ephemera and other embellishments for all your gift-wrapping projects. Find out more about the kits here and check out their shop to purchase your own.

Sep 20, 2011 [No Comments]

type tuesday: Linus Dean rugs

I’m drooling over these graphic rugs featuring vintage typography from Linus Dean. “Working with craftspeople in Tibet and Nepal, Linus has moved his innovative designs to plush three-dimensional form. The high-quality silk and wool rugs are designed in Sydney and handmade in Nepal, yielding an ideal blend of contemporary design and traditional craftsmanship.” I can’t decide between the Barcelona or Paris one.

images via Linus Dean

Sep 19, 2011 [No Comments]

nonna lina ice cream

Gorgeous traditional, yet modern branding for Nonna Lina ice cream by Mr. Conde Studio. I especially love seeing his process pictures; sketches, wireframes and color scheme inspiration.