You seemed to like my last Pinterest Picks post (try saying that five times fast!) so I thought I’d do another. I seem to be digging neutrals at the moment, which I was kind of surprised about. This week I’ve gathered in armfuls brightly pretty poppies to drape around the house! Spring is just around the corner and I couldn’t be happier.
(You can find all the links to these images here.)
I found out about Hövding today and it just blew my tiny little mind. An invisible bike helmet? Saying no to a hot and sweaty helmet head, and yes to glorious carefree biking? Anna and Terese spent seven years on their invisible helmet; you can listen to their story here.
Today I’ve fallen in love with these little painted dudes from French artist Severin Millet. Aren’t their expressions great? They have so much personality.
(Does anyone know if or where I might be able to buy a couple of these creatures? They look like the perfect desk companions for a girl embarking on this freelance caper.)
I love all of Amy Rodchester‘s work, but as someone who loves a toe-tappin’ tune, I can’t resist her poster series for the Newcastle Festival of Dance. I love the colours. I love how the slightly 3D shapes make you feel as if you’re peering through a crack in the wall into an old-fashioned dance lesson, piano player and all.
How incredible are these cutouts from artists Thomas Allen? That first one really packs a punch. (Hardy har.) No, but seriously. They’re truly mind-boggling.
Via The Graphic Side of Life.
Spring is just around the corner, and I have my heart set on draping some of these bright beauties around my neck to celebrate!
1 + 2 / HEY MURPHY. 3 / SHIP&SHAPE. 4 / A Merry Mishap. 5 + 6 / Apres Ski. 7 / Emily Green.
Loving the identity for Yoobi, London’s first temakeria. How awesome are those chairs? (See, I told you facets were in!)