August 20, 2008

Dear Lulu

A interesting post over at SpeakUp on a print-on-demand experiment:


The result of the workshop is Dear Lulu, a fantastic and imaginative resource that puts digital printing to the test through a Do-It-Yourself presentation that fits right in with philosophy of print on demand that makes it such an alluring proposition for designers looking to publish with little financial risk and with pretty decent results in return. . .

Graphic design is no longer solely about the most beautiful photograph or the most expensive paper in the most refined layout: It's about effectively producing messages and experiences that can be easily distributed.

(image via SpeakUp)

August 12, 2008

IKEA :: Barnslig Park Bedding

I've already designed an entire kid's room in my head starting with this amazing bedding found via swissmiss. I'm very tempted to purchase even though I am sans children.

New from Pentagram :: Black and White Ball

Read more about Pentagram's work for the San Francisco Symphony's annual Black and White Ball right here.




Veer Merch :: Extra Normal Watch

Sweet and simple! Love the cutaway window that reveals the hour.

Veer Merch :: Wall Decals

Now this is a wall decal I would definitely put up.

August 07, 2008

Joanna Rutter :: Hello Necklace

Oh, hello! I love how this looks like it was cut out of paper. (link via perfectbound)

Leila & Ben :: Tie for your little guy

Buy one for your little man right here or pick up the pattern here and make your own {would make a sweet little gift}.

Jessica Jones :: Ribbon

Ok, one more while I'm on a color kick. . .these new ribbons {dachsunds and campers} from the talented Jessica Jones for jcaroline are just too cute! (images via how about orange)


August 06, 2008

Bloglines Plumber

I'm sad my Bloglines is down, but it was hard to be too sad with this cheery greeting:

August 05, 2008

Alys Beach :: Digital Graffiti Festival

I've been meaning to do a post on the gorgeous Alys Beach {definitely peruse the site for more architectural eye candy} for some time now, but if you haven't booked a Labor Day getaway, I would highly suggesting heading out to the Panhandle for:

“Digital Graffiti” at Alys Beach is a festival created to celebrate and promote the world’s most talented and innovative digital artists - with the entire town literally serving as their canvas. The 2008 festival will be held on the evening of Saturday, August 30th (Labor Day Weekend), with thousands of spectators expected to attend.
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To this:

Also, keep up with the latest news over at the Digital Graffiti blog.

Hello, again!

There's nothing like a full and overflowing inbox and bloglines to welcome one back to "reality"!