An awesome portrait of Tracko, owner of Golden Saddle Cyclery in L.A. Ceramics by Mamiko Wada. A logo designed by Julianna Swaney for a florist in Alaska called Sticks and Stones. These wedding portraits by Leah Kua. I really want this brown Clyde Pinch Hat from Founders & … Continue reading
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Tagged Ben Alpass, ceramic design, ceramics, Clyde Pinch Hat, coffee shop, Emma Lewis, florist, Founders & Followers, Gardiner and Field, Golden Saddle Cyclery, Julianna Swaney, Leah Kua, logo, logotype, Mamiko Wada, Michael Graydon, Modcloth blog, Nikole Herriott, Pre-Fall 2013 Collection, roasted asparagus, Samuji, She Wears Many Hats, Sticks & Stones, sticky toffee pudding, street fashion, Tracko, wedding portraits
I love “smorgasbord”, it’s a delightfully tacky word and rather nice to say. The word was originally used in Sweden to describe a festive meal consisting of varied dishes served buffet style, which was particularly popular in the 1960’s and 70’s. … Continue reading
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Tagged 1974, Aurora Cacciapuoti, book cover, dessert, fashion portraits, fig tart, Finnish summer cottage, heidi, ice cream, James T. Edmondson, Josep Román Barri, lettering, logo, Mjolk, Naomi Wilkinson, Save the Date, smorgasbord, STREETFSN, The Daily Glyph, The Gala Iron Shelf, The Tart Tart, typography, wedding
I love this logo created by Daniel Flösser for independent publishing house Pagina (which means ‘page’ in Latin). Flösser used the idea of a page by translating the logo into an origami animal. Clever and simple.