Monthly Archives: September 2009
Michael K Chapman is a London-based illustrator, typographer and designer. He has a wonderfully named website called me illustrate. I was particularly fond of his custom designed typeface for a mens skincare line called Bread & Butter. Here is some … Continue reading
I want a wall of teacups like this when I finally have my own kitchen. I found this wonderful image on Penelope Waits’ flickr photostream. The sad story is that there was a leak which caused the shelves to rot … Continue reading
Peter Ibruegger designed this series of mugs for London Design Week 2009. Each mug showcases one of the six iconic moustache styles. I know that moustaches are greatly over publicized in current design and fashion trends. But I loved the … Continue reading
The Photo Album is a new book publication from the Australian fashion magazine Frankie. The book comprises of more than 100 photographs taken by both amateur and professional photographers. Knowing Frankie Magazine’s visual style and eye-appealing sense of layout I … Continue reading
The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle was one of my favourite books when I was a small child. It tells the story of a caterpillar with a voracious appetite. I liked the colourful collage elements, the fold-out format and … Continue reading
James Reynolds did a fascinating photo essay documenting death row inmates requests for their last meal before being executed. I think my hypothetical last supper would include a bowl of cherries.
Here are some bow-related images I found on one of my favourite tumblr sites. Its called Audrey Hepburn Complex. I go there whenever I need some random eye candy. I wish I owned those grey bow socks.