random acts of inspiration Archive
Beautiful drawings by Korean illustrator Chun Eunsil.
I’m so inspired by this photo project, Young Me Now Me. Check out their site for more images, and their blog for anecdotes about the images.
Happy Valentine’s Day! Below we’ve compiled some of our favorite ways to say “Te Amo”, courtesy of the countless talented artists over at Etsy. “10 Thousand Besos” by the bigharumph Clockwise: “Imma Bee Yours” by Tutucrafts, “Tiny Valentine’s Card” by ohmycavalier, “Cats Cradle” by badbooks, “Giant Burrito” card by amywalters.
The New York Times came out with an interesting article yesterday on Picasso, specifically focusing on his work with guitars. We love Picasso’s guitars, and were inspired by them to create our Guitarra Tee (see below). For more information have look at our past blog posts on the Cubist Art Movement, and
beautiful painting by Leiko Ikemura
White Box from makoto yabuki on Vimeo.
If this is your first introduction to the work of Julie Morstad, you’re in for a treat. An illustrator and artist, Julie’s work often features children and animals. We love her use of colors and textures! Do the dancing girls above remind you of any of the pieces from our recent Fall
photo by: Kirsty Mitchell found on: Design for Mankind
After the chaos of the holidays my favorite thing to do is to clean and re-organize. If you have the same urge but don’t have the time, maybe the photo blog Things Organized Neatly will help calm the craving: found via laMotif
Gingerbread is one of those deliciously international foods that appears in many countries around the holidays. It is rumored to have been introduced to Europe in 992 by a monk named Gregoire de Nikopolis, and today different variations can be found in Germany, Sweden, England, France, Poland, and many other countries. The