Sunday, October 12, 2008

Hand Job


Continuing my obsession with typography this week, I present to you Michael Perry's Hand Job, a collection of hand drawn types. He also has a collection of hand drawn graphics and patterns called Over & Over.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Type the Sky

The alphabet, as interpreted by rooftops.


via SwissMiss

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Serious Question


Anyone know of any kind of dream catcher/evil eye trinket that will ward off pesky ghosts? I may or may not have one, but my overactive imagination has assumed the worst. If someone can convince me that a pet rock will make it go away, I'm all ears.

Picture via Lapel

Klas Fahlen

While we're on the topic of commercial design and imagery, check out these illustrations by Klas Fahlen. I love the sense of urgency in a pen and ink sketch, and these ones are equal parts witty and adorable.











Current Obsession: Typography



Typography is not so much a current obsession of mine, but a life long one. I'm proud to say that if there is a type or font to be replicated on a cake at work, I am the go-to girl to do it. I think it goes hand in hand with my interest in advertising, graphic design, and logos as well. Anyways, I was reading Poppytalk this morning, where I clicked a link to the Uppercase gallery (located in Art Central in Calgary). Lo and behold, I was greeted with what was being called 'typewriter week'. Hello!

From there, I clicked on a link to the Lapel Projects where I found all sorts of wonderful texts and book layouts. I especially love their description in the 'about' section. So perfect! And look what else I found! :








Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Holy Moly

Accessories on CRACK:

photos via jak & jil

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Dance Dance Dance

Two of my favourites...Bon Iver and Lykke Li.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Wow Wow Wow

First this...
and now THIS..!!!
Clearly the man loves himself. But how could you not?

images via krisatomic and vogue

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Stephanie Metz

Stephanie Metz's latest sculptures attempt to recreate--in felted wool--the skulls of teddybears. I love how morbid the teddybear becomes, it's very Nightmare Before Christmas.


See more of her work here.