Feb
24

Blog It Forward: Inspiration.


I’m so excited that my day has finally arrived for the Blog It Forward mashup! Victoria put so much work into organizing everything and making it all just so that I hope you’re following along. In case you missed it, here’s the full schedule of posts and blog links. I did a little of this and a little of that and before I knew it I had an entire alphabet’s worth of photography before my eyes that had me ooh-ing and aah-ing. So without further ado and any attempt at witty banter, here’s my photographic index of inspiration.

Architecture.
{Space Potato}
Breakfast for Dinner.
{gut buster}
Cafes.
{via ffffound, no trackback source}
Dogs.
{Artur Debat}
Education.
{Accuracy & Aesthetics}
Fireplaces.
{the wee pixie}
Glove Models.
{PinkMoose}
Handwriting.
{autumn_bliss}
Ice Cream.
{Devil’s Angel}
Jewel Tones.
{Sean Tubridy}
Kitsch.
{James Herman}
Laughing.
{Mad-o-femme}
Mid-Century Modern.
{softestthing}
Nutella.
{jenny murray}
Organization.
{chotda}
Paint Chips.
{mediahound}
Quills.
{graceewhite}
Road Trips.
{edmundas}
Shiny Things.
{Audrey Hepburn Complex}
Tattoos.
{whitneyarlene}
Umbrellas.
{girlhula}
Vegging Out.
{Ellie Niemeyer}
White.
{ivy style33}
X-Rays.
{Alexander Binder}
Yeses.
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Catching some ZZZs.
{Vogue Korea}

Feb
23

Picture It: Eiffel Tower.

{Andy Bloxham}
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{gabibatista}
{graciemartzzz}
{Gwalarnn}
{Jen Laubscher}
{mfpierre}
{Paulo R. Luciano}
{we heart it}

Feb
23

Kite.

Kite creates such a pretty illusion of flight and weightlessness. I tend to push things to the limit though, so I’m wondering how much weight it can actually support.

Feb
23

Ben Foster.

Feb
23

Places on Earth.

Growing up my aunt and uncle had a large 4×3′ map hanging on the wall where they would mark spots they’d visited with push pins and I’ve always loved the idea. So for the past few years I’ve been on the lookout for the perfect map on which to chart my own journeys.

And I think I’ve just found it. The Places on Earth screen print. The entire map of the world is hand drawn by artist Oliver Jeffers and comes signed with 202 pins in a tin, 4 bulldog clips and nails for hanging. 200 pins are black, one is red and one is blue. Red is for marking your headquarters and blue is for your next target. Love. {via unruly things}

Feb
23

Liberty of London for Target.

I’m really looking forward to the Liberty of London for Target release March 14th, but when it comes right down to it I’ve only got eyes for this bicycle! I haven’t owned one since college and I’m thinking it might just be the springtime gift I’m looking for to buy myself.

Feb
22

Picture It.

{Bryan Schutmaat}

Feb
22

“A Cup” Notebooks.

The best ideas often show up out of nowhere while chilling in a cafe or bar. Bold Ideas has created a series entitled “A Cup” notebooks, based on the ingredients in a drink you might be sipping at any of these given times. Great approach with the kraft paper/color block covers. {via Design*Sponge}

Feb
22

The List.

Sad I didn’t see The List before it Sold Out. A poster created out of the massive amount of bands fronting the word The in their names.

Feb
22

Win It: GREER Chicago.

My love affair with GREER Chicago began a few years ago when I was first immersing myself into the world of letterpress and paper goods. Because, well, they have it all. GREER is a one-stop shop of awesome and I’m dying to get to their brick and mortar location to see it all in person (and meet the lovely Chandra!). But for now I’ll just have to live vicariously through the two of you who will be winning your own lovely pile of goodies like the one above.

To Enter, Tell Me:
1. What’s your favorite shop online that you wish had a brick and mortar location in your city?
2. Your email address.
3. Do it all before Monday, March 1st at 9am CST.

Please leave only one comment. Those who do not leave a valid email address will be disqualified. Winner will be selected randomly and contacted Monday, March 1st.