Work by Julian Bialowas. You can buy them as prints here.
With this whole 30 Day Drawing Challenge…I realized that I could just do the challenge (crappy drawings and all) or I could really try to create a style within my sketches. I am by no means an illustrator but as a designer I think it’s important to be able to convey your ideas on paper
For those of you who can’t watch the video right now, a little script: George Bailey: What is it you want, Mary? What do you want? You want the moon? Just say the word and I’ll throw a lasso around it and pull it down. Hey. That’s a pretty good idea. I’ll give you the
Work is pouring in, I hardly have a moment to remember to sit up straight (finally seeing a chiropractor next week) but I’m staying inspired. I like making lists so here is my current, random list: 1. Only take creative clients. 2. It’s okay to say no. 3. CTRL+S OFTEN. No, CONSTANTLY. 4. Spend more
I’m ridiculously excited about this Monday Link Love. I truly believe it’s the best collection of links I’ve EVER posted. And I want to thank the Superbowl for allowing me 4 hours of free time to plan it! I thought your Monday could use the links AND a little smooch from Marilyn. – This adorable
Stinking talented. Check out Mads Burcharth’s work here. Samples below. I can’t get enough of type lately.
– I could definitely go for a few items over at Jigsaw London. – I could also go for a vacation here. – Rachael recently wrote about “Things We Say We Want.” Very encouraging. – I want kids if they’re this cute. – I work for the Department of Natural Resources so I see these
– Minimal design meets dish washing. I love this alternative to my current drying rack. – I have a love for pretty wallpaper. Someday I’ll choose a pretty pattern like this. – If this doesn’t inspire you, nothing will. Check out this completely renovated apartment. – Go For It Design and custom type. Wonderful. –
The Image is Found. I love their work, their style, and their website.
– A wonderful, fresh approach to scrapbooking. Love it. – I found a link to this awesome Mad Men photoshoot. It may be old but how gorgeous is January Jones? – Adorable correspondence set. – TCBY gets a new look. – I love Ashley Meaders work. Her work was used in Max and Margaux’s wedding.
The work of It’s Not What I Thought, a graphic design and media production based out of Sacramento, California.
Hello world. I hope your short weekend felt longer than usual. The photo above was found via Pinterest but originates here. – Jellyfish inspiration. – I love Gwen. I just saw “The Talented Mr. Ripley” at the drive in and she’s great. I may also be biased. I’ve seen Coldplay seven times in concert so
– A useful way to manage your Twitter account and who you follow. – A blog post devoted to corn?! My favorite food! – I love Young House Love’s suggestions for keeping mementos and personalized decor throughout your house! – One of my goals this year is to make homemade pizza crust. I thought this
I usually share links on Mondays. But today is my Monday and a hot one outside. After a four day weekend, I am ready to get back into a routine and get things done! I hope your 4th was fantastic. Enjoy the links! – 15 very funny posts & links about freelancing. – God said,
I usually pump out links to share on Mondays but I’ve been behind in almost everything lately. My room is covered in dirty (and clean) clothes, I’m battling a head cold and I’m juggling three jobs! Anyways, if you’re bored at work or waiting for the weekend to roll around…enjoy these links! – Who wouldn’t
This post has been a long time coming! With life, work and everything in between I was finally able to connect with MaKenzie and get these fabulous details about their wedding day! This couple is stunning and their wedding day was absolutely beautiful. After a 10 month engagement, MaKenzie and Ross said “I do” in
A trillion plus a million. That’s how many things I have running through my head. More to come later (including my new approach to Twitter, new and exciting blog posts, and a new philosophy that I invited. Just kidding about the philosophy part.) Oh and don’t worry–I found those ants outside. Not in my house.