I love me some pretty stationery. Say hello to Studio Sarah; a fine mix of minimalistic luxury, the British stationery brand is the brainchild of Sarah Silver. Pastels, stripped or dotted, take your pick!
Enter the world of Candy Chang – artist, designer, TED Senior Fellow, World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, the list really does go on. Candy uses public spaces, public art and human engagement to create community projects. The outcome is always something to think about. In this case, it’s her newest project, Write A Confession – “a place where people could write and submit their confessions on wooden plaques in the privacy of confession booths. Candy hung the anonymous plaques on the gallery walls each day and painted select responses on large canvases.” My favourite is this one – “I still love her. 2 girlfriends and 5 years later.”
I don’t usually post designs of wedding invites but these are too cute. Designed by Adam Hill, duckies cordially invite you to the wedding of Simon and Simone. The directions and the dress code are my favourite. How nice to receive such fun invitations – just imagine the wedding!
“Gongdreen believes that when everyday objects meet the right design, it can change the cold to warm and the ordinary to special.” That’s a liner from Gongdreen’s site and it really is true. A table filled with fun stationery like this makes every day at work play doesn’t it? Eyeing both the rainbow tape and the silver cloud.
Coasters just got fun people.
These four coasters have predictions on them! Each coaster provides fortunes for a different aspect of your life: Love, Happiness, Career and Adventure. I love the simple yet very appealing predictions. My favourites are Meet a handsome stranger, You will travel around the world, You will reconnect with an old flame and You will meet someone who makes you swoon. Designed by the good people at Seamless Creative.
I came across this amazing video today. With uplifting old school music and the sheer talent of these two artists, it’s a joy to watch. I don’t know how they draw so perfectly without any outlined markings anywhere. The messages are simple, and somehow, as simple as it is, it makes me want to do better. To be better and follow my dreams. Watch the video here. Happy Monday everyone!
Based in New York, Humunuku is run by husband and wife, Alana & Cisco. Their boutique style print studio was founded back in 2008 and specialises in screen printed goods and textiles. Like the prints on these bars of soap which are so elegantly done. It’s really simple but has such impact. Almost like an African tribal print no?