Things we see, hear and like
The world is an inspiring place. We post regular images and snippets of things we see, hear and that inspire us!
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PERPETUAL PARIS | Read more >
Posted: 7th April 2010
Littlebrownpen has put together this lovely wall hanging concept. It is a wonderful mix of images: chalkboards, license plates, doorways, bottles, monuments. "49 glimpses of Paris that capture the the essence of the city at street level." When clipped together, the photos form a large-scale, perpetual calendar. What a great idea!
Music by the wild | Read more >
Posted: 29th March 2010
Omar Tehawkho from Haifa, Israel brings us some lovely designs illustrating the wild in song! We love the mix of elements used to communicate the message. See more of the designs here.
Got Milk? | Read more >
Posted: 23rd March 2010
Pixel Clouds shows a lovely selection of milk packaging. Check out a range of other lovely and clever designs here. Being a soy lover, I am glad there was options for that as well!
By A Thread Walking Stick | Read more >
Posted: 18th March 2010
Design Milk share yet another interesting find... A Thread Walking Stick by artist Dominic Wilcox. His website shows more detail and he says "The process of wrapping the cane takes concentration and patience and I found it cleared my mind of all the stresses of everyday thoughts, which is a very good thing!" Perhaps we should all look at finding a methodical past time to help clear our minds!
Daily Drop Cap | Read more >
Posted: 16th March 2010
Jessica Hische is working on the Daily Drop Cap project where each day of the week she illustrates a new decorative letter. The project will continue for approximately twelve alphabets and are available for non-commercial use as drop caps on your personal blog. Please visit dailydropcap.com to see the full project.