This is the place where I share my discoveries and things that make me smile.
This delicious project by Film Director David Ma. Cooking Videos Inspired by Famous Film Directors such as Wes Anderson & Alfonso Cuaron.
Such beautiful details and colours in those brooches by artist Paulina Bartnik. #animallover
Tim Walker + Tilda Swinton Magic!
Featuring Christian Dior, Christian Roth, Gucci, Miu Miu, Prada and Valentino! Fan over to Vogue here.
Matches with tiny faces on them! It brings a smile to my face. Below is the team behind the Kokeshi Match. So, from left to right; Kumi Hirasaka creator, Akiko Yamada , Public Relations and Shinsuke Nishiumi, Web Design All images ©hiromi hirasaka
Matching Wardrobe Snacks! This is happiness. A collaborative project between photographer Kelsey McClellan and prop/set stylist Michelle Maguire.
I am all for this pink. Photo: Bobby Doherty/New York Magazine
I will have some Egg Slides for breakfast, please. (I wish they came in faux fur tho.) Seen this morning at Anya Hindmarch
Beautiful! Braun Tonarmwaage (1962), via DasProgramm.
This is a trio of very useful Toolboxes by Wilhelm Kienzle for MEWA. Must get some. via pamono.com
I discovered the geometric and colourful work of Graphic designer Ken Garland at the exhibition : play: toys, sets, rules at the London HQ of Walter Knoll. Connect, Ken Garland + Associates 1968, produced by James Galt. systemsproject.co.uk
In 1951, Graphic Designer Will Burtin published this graph showing the effectiveness of three popular antibiotics on 16 different bacteria. Via ksrowell.com, Visualizing Data.
Is it Friday yet? Via teenageengineering.
Fab Vintage plastic Swiss bags found via Wanken.
Just discovered this tumblr today. Make me smile.
Wilhelmwerk was an advertising studio run by Wilhelm Heinrich Deffke and Carl Ernst Hinkefuss from 1916–1920, via butdoesitfloat.com
This little red switch on the top. Perfect detail. MOTORFILM Spaziale Black & White TV, 1970
Gorgeous Neon R from Tom’s Restaurant, 2880 Broadway, New York City. I wish I could find the source for this photo.
Love the simplissity of Irma Boom work, via Graphic Design Women.