1. Giraffe Box (http://trolde-eventyr.dk/), 2. Large Giraffe Animal Wrap Ring in Silver (http://www.luulla.com/), 3. Giraffe Money Box (http://www.fairtradecrafts.co.uk/), 4. Strappy Sundress in Giraffe Print (http://www.asos.com/), 5. Standing Giraffe Décor (http://www.worldmarket.com/), 6. Giraffe Snacks iPhone Case by Stay Gold Media (http://society6.com/), 7. Borderline Giraffe Cusion (http://www.johnlewis.com/), 8. Giraffe Hat Mug (http://www.yizzam.com/)
*Other images: Roald Dahl's ¨The Giraffe and the Pelly and Me¨ book (link), Black picture frame (link), giraffe picture (link), giraffe skeleton sketch (link)
My boyfriend brought me these from Veracruz. They are handmade by nuns in a convent. Had to take some pictures before eating them all. :O
Woah! So you´re saying that I´ll never have to scan and redraw my sketches, like, EVER again?! This sounds almost too good to be true. This Inkling product uses ultrasonic and infrared technologies to allow you to sketch anywhere you want and automatically digitalizes your work into vector shapes. Not only this, but it also lets you separate your artwork into layers. According to the company website, Wacom plans to start selling the product in the US mid-September ($199.99) and worldwide in the next few weeks.
I will definitely be waiting for user reviews.
Check out the video below.
To see more of this beautiful collection, visit: http://www.recollection.com.au/
Chances are, if you are a designer or any type of creative person that works primarily indoors and at a desk, you probably know how important it is to have a nice space to work in at home. Even if you have a full-time job, most creatives tend to work off hours as well, either to earn more money on the side, to continue developing skills (which we ALWAYS have to do or we will be left behind), to work on personal projects, etc. The list goes on and on.
Because our work basically never ends, it is important to take pleasure in what we do, and because of this, it is important to be comfortable and happy in our environment. This is why I bring to you a little collection of useful items that are also easy on the eyes.
It is also very important that you are mindful of your health when you´re out searching for office furniture and supplies. I recommend you read this article: 5 Home Office Items You Should Never Skimp On http://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/5-home-office-items-you-should-never-skimp-on.html#
1. Selfshelf by Dutch by Design (http://www.dutchbydesign.com/), 2. Smart Planet Ceramic Eco Cup Designers Series in Black by Sears (http://www.sears.com/), 3. ¨Chinese Food¨ Pencil Cup by Sorting With Style (http://www.sortingwithstyle.com/), 4. Double Shade Desk Organizer Lamp by Room Essentials (http://www.target.com/), 5. TPS Blue File Cabinet by CB2 (http://www.cb2.com/), 6. 365 Calendar by CB2 (http://www.cb2.com/),
7. Semikolon Magazine Box by See Jane Work (http://www.seejanework.com/), 8. Mini Library by Oeuf (http://www.oeufnyc.com/).
So this weekend I went to the supermarket with the boyfriend and we found this rum. Since I´m a fan of rum (always in moderation) and the bottle and overall design are amazing, we had to buy it. The product did not disappoint. In fact, it is pretty excellent. I´m always happy when I find new products that have great design backed up by great quality. I visited the site on the bottle (www.krakenrum.com) and was blown away by the awesomeness of the product´s branding.
Undoubtedly, The Kraken´s success has been in large part due to the product´s amazing aesthetic and the dedication that the company has given to the creation of amazing items (and website) used to advertise it. With it´s original name, bold design and unique bottle, The Kraken succeeds in being a memorable brand. This sets it apart from its competition given most of the brands in this niche merely focus on either the results of drinking their product or their history.
See for yourself, visit the site, and buy some Kraken!
This is my first entry featuring inspiring household items that I find online. I think we can get inspiration from everything, so the more beautiful or interesting objects we have around us, the better. Hopefully, I will be posting more of these little collections frequently.
They say we shouldn´t judge a book by it´s cover. I say we should.
Put together this little inspiring collection. Enjoy.
To view more book covers, visit www.bookcoverarchive.com
This looks like fun! I am going to make my first attempts at drawing fashion very soon.
This was something I made during my college years as a prop to be used in publicity for a short called ¨Pizza Fría¨. Unfortunately, I don´t remember much about the short, except that its characters don´t know each other and end up being connected by random everyday actions. It was somewhat violent and there´s a pizza delivery involved.
I remember looking up recipes on the Internet to make realistic looking blood. After ordering a pizza and removing it from the box, I painted it white and then painted red stripes over that. I then ran over the box with my car and put the fake blood in it.
Sorry about the quality of the pictures, but I had a crappy camera back then and worked mostly during the nights due to my schedule so I had to take them in the lighting I had available.
See what I am up to on: