Monthly Archives: September 2009
New Yorker Rand Holub was a rebel designer. At a time when hand-drawn type was going by the wayside between 1935 and 1955- he stayed true to hand lettering, and is known for his logos and brand signatures including Macys. … Continue reading
Jem and the Holograms. Any self respecting girl born in the 80’s knows what I am talking about. The cartoons were awesome, the dolls were rad! This Halloween, we can look forward to re-living our childhood a for a night … Continue reading
I must say that picking out china for our registry was really hard to do. I mean, its a permanent decision right? I felt the a lot of the patterns out there fell short of my parents china set–a delicate … Continue reading
I regret that I haven’t entered as many design competitions in past couple years as I have before. Usually I enter at least one per year. ( I plan to resume entering competitions).The other day I saw a tee shirt … Continue reading
These wooden animals would make wonderful children’s toys– a nice departure from the ordinary plastic toy. I also think they would make great decoration!
I discovered a talented illustrator named Asa Montenejo while perusing Etsy awhile back and have since been fascinated by the stationery in her shop on Etsy– Inkylivie. I caught up with her for a quick interview! It is always inspiring … Continue reading
Yesterday I spotted a really cute recipe box and immediately thought of getting one for my friend who recently got engaged. I have fond memories when I think back on looking at hand written recipes. Until now, I always had … Continue reading