For your eyes and your tummy! These Selfridges sweets are divine. Nostalgic packaging and pastel colours, I love it.
Via The Design Ark.
It’s so cold here and I’m daydreaming of summer. I would go around sans stockings, matching NYC cabs like this lovely lady.
I love this wedding. I love how intimate it feels. I love the real-life homes where the couple got ready. I love the quiet pep-talk between mates before the groom saw his bride for the first time. And I am just blown away that all these photographs were taken on an iPhone.
Colin’s main purpose was to prove that a camera, any camera, is just a tool. And just like in any line of work, it’s all about how you use that tool.
See more images here.
Just something small today for all you hand-drawn type lovers out there. Dan Cassaro is one of the best. Check out this time lapse video he did for the Ace Hotel.
Designers’ personal projects are just so damn inspiring. I love seeing that graphic design isn’t some nine to five job – there are creatives out there who love what they do so much they can find inspiration in the smallest of places.
From Cover to Cover is a fantastic project from Jenny Volvovski (one third of the creative team at ALSO); she is redesigning the covers of books as she finishes reading them. To keep the books looking like they were part of a series she set herself a few limitations. Green, black or white for colour. Futura, typewriter or handwriting for text. Scanned paper or drawing for an image.
These are just a few of my favourites, but you can check out the rest of the collection here.
Emily Roberston, your watercolours make my heart leap.
I am a sucker for beautifully designed cookbooks, and this is one of my favourites. The bright colours are beautiful and the watercolour is so different to the stock standard clean white plate photography on so many modern cookbooks.
Plus, her typography is damn fine too.