Month: July, 2010

mixed citrus salad with feta and mint

I normally don’t focus much on food besides macarons and chocolates, but Smitten Kitchen has blown me away by her gorgeous photography and lovingly told documentary of food preparation. Loving this story of mixed citrus salad with feta and mint

other artful shots that exude a Renaissance feel

thanks Talida!


yoo_ii’s photostream

is so addictive! you just have to visit her flickr!

please vote for me

Hi friends – I submitted a design to and would love it if you’d give my design a vote. Merci beaucoup!

summertime structures…

Ahh, a luxury yacht with a portable swimming pool. And a conch-shaped home, I’m glad to know this exists somewhere in the world!

smith & chang

Check out Smith & Chang’s facebook page. This is where I’ll be on weekends. Come visit me!

design crush :: people collective

come darkness

what a gem… a small collection of art curated by Maria Alexandra Vettese

design devotional #24

new fave blog: black*eiffel

from hanging garden post

from wall of flowers post


dreaming of a getaway right now at one&only resorts…


It’s been pretty cool watching this line, Confettisystem develop the past year. I was lucky enough to witness the design process of the logo last year, logo design by Anisa. I go crazy for their colors and sharp take on party decor!

sailor’s “jack” pen pouch

This would be a great pouch for storing my calligraphy pens…

via houyhnhnm

“free” fonts

This is a great series of posts from the Font Feed about the actual free-ness of free fonts:

An Introduction to Free Fonts

Fonts don’t just magically appear out of nowhere, typefaces are actually designed by real human beings.

Free Fonts: Free Is Not Always Free

Fonts are licensed – they are creative works

Free Fonts: Technical And Artistic Quality

The majority of free fonts are of inferior quality. You get what you pay for.

2 art pieces

that I quite enjoy today. The first piece by Brian Fee, a Redeemerite. The second piece by Angelina Gualdoni.

tie tea / tea mug

a great idea from le mouton noir & co.

via designboom

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