Monthly Archives: April 2010

Friday Flickr Five

Happy Friday! I am ready to get the party started today: I’m headed into the city to hear Thomas O’Brien speak at the Merchandise Mart as part of the International Antiques Fair. The topic? his design philosophy + his gorgeous new book. I’m all ears. The weather is cooperating, too (possibly 80?), so let’s get […]

W. Gerome Temple

Loving the work of Savannah artist W. Gerome Temple. (Came across one of his illustrations hanging at No. Four Eleven.) His work is so whimsically linear, which I love. Peruse Mr. Temple’s website to see his full range. I’m particularly fond of his special projects portfolio: there you’ll find work for The Book Lady (photo 7) and […]

Lilly & Louise

Elegant with a sense of humor is the perfect description for this rehearsal dinner invitation by Santa Barbara studio Lilly & Louise. Designer Leslie Lewis Sigler came up with a playful take on the “rehearsing” of dinner for her own wedding. She wanted the guests to feel formality on the front of the invite with […]

The Institute of You

The Institute of You, developed by Trish Papadakos, is a service designed to help you maximize career satisfaction. An eight week program, it consists of mailings, emails and text which break down the difficult work of achieving career goals (and figuring out what those goals are) into practical exercises and tasks. Trish developed the program […]

McKenna Kemp Graphic Design

Fantastic design work from McKenna Kemp. Just my style (love the Virgina Woolf book covers: they’re so clean) and another subliminal reminder that I need to visit Serenbe. See more deliciousness at McKenna’s website and blog, Odds x Ends. images courtesy of mckenna kemp