Wednesday, November 02, 2011

cmykaren watercolor illustrations

Currently loving these awesome works of watercolor art by the amazing Karen Kurycki. Love the vivid colors (and the little bits of humor embedded in each illustration).

See more of her awesome collection in her porfolio or on her blog, where she comes up with humorous illustrations in response to some very witty tweets!

Monday, October 31, 2011

today i love...

The Marchesa by Lenox dinnerware I found while shopping at Macy's. Gold-rimmed fine bone china, vintage-inspired large camellia blooms... Beautiful!

Friday, October 28, 2011

bokeh wallpaper by boone speed for flavor paper

Recently found these beautiful wallpapers by Boone Speed for Flavor Paper. The bokeh and colors are enchanting, the photography amazing, the lights captivating. How fabulous would it be to have a living room wall covered with these works of art!

Blossom Blur
Fuzzy Forest

Thursday, October 27, 2011

mt masking tape

You've heard of the MT Japanese washi tape, haven't you? Of course you have! And if you're like me, you probably have more than a dozen of it because you couldn't resist buying them all in every available color and pattern. But have you been to their website though?  Like many things Japanese, the site is well-designed and has tons of amazing photos that I couldn't stop looking at.

So of course I just had to share :)

asiago focaccia with irish herb butter and golden honey

Just bought a round loaf of Asiago focaccia from Panera yesterday. After dinner I sliced it up into pie triangles, halved each triangle, and spread each side with quite a liberal amount of Irish garlic and herb butter before drizzling a little honey on top. In the microwave these went, and a minute later they're nice and warm and soft. A little sprinkling of coarse sea salt and black pepper and they're good to go! Sweet, salty, and buttery, they're even more amazing with a cup of hot tea.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

pedro vidotto

How awesome are these minimalist film posters by Pedro Vidotto?

He completely captured the essence of each film with his super simple icon illustrations. See the entire collection here!