Category Archives: design

Week Seventeen: Simple Pretty Picks / April 2014

  While there are many, many reasons to buy paper goods, sometimes you need to get back to the basics, and amass an arsenal of supplies that will take you from list-making to desk-organizing to birthday-card-sending without having to run to the store every five minutes. It’s Everyday Stationery with a twist, and here’s what […]

Week Fourteen: Save the Date with Paperless Post

Paperless Post continues to impress with its smart assortment of designs for every greeting-sending occasion. With wedding season fast approaching, I took a gander through their save the date options + picked out a few that, if I were getting married — again — would definitely be on my short list. Love this clever option: send […]

Week Thirteen: Artist Gemma Correll

On a recent sunny Saturday, I came across these cute and clever greeting cards by artist Gemma Correll while exploring Somerset House. Once home (as is my habit) a bit of Googling brought me to Gemma’s blog, filled with her wry, adorable illustrations. Am now a fan: you should be, too. image credits: top photo […]

Week Ten: B Paper

As a fan of B Magazine, a Korean publication that takes an in-depth look at a single brand with each issue (don’t miss issue 16, focused on Aesop), I was elated to see they’ve now launched B Paper, which expands the focus to a product category. The first issues cover the gamut of my interests, […]

Week Eight: Nick Barclay // The London Underground

Perfectly minimalist with striking typography and graphics, and facts about The London Underground to boot. Nick Barclay’s poster series, celebrating the Tube, is simply brilliant. I need these in my life. (Discovered via Amanda Jane Jones’ never-failing eye for design at Pinterest.) images from nickbarclaydesigns.com