I am completely in love with ffffound. A quick visit fills you up with tons of visual stimuli. (I gave all my invites away already, sorry)
Julia Rothman, an illustrator and pattern designer located in Brooklyn, New York, runs a fantastic blog called Book By Its Cover, on which she shares books she notices and collects. The book lover in my is recjoicing and wanting a bigger apartment so we can store more BOOKS!
A newly discovered blog that I keep coming back to: The Unclutterer. I am a big believer in de-cluttering. Hope I will find some good ideas here in the future…
A fairly new blog that I enjoy: Zisgermanlife, by Josh Ward. Josh and his wife Vivien just recently packed up their belongings in the Big Apple to call Berlin they’re new home. Josh, originally from Seattle, is documenting what he finds amusing and ‘what makes him loook’ in the German capital. I.e. this entry about the naming of a Sushi place called: FUKU Sushi!
My apologies but there won’t be any posts for a few days.
Why? Uhm… I am off to having a baby girl today…
(Ha, that does sound strange, doesn’t it?)
In the meantime, check these fabulous blogs for endless hours of surfing pleasure:
(picture (rights) above by jonas and thilo hoffmann)
A blog that always has a good find and I keep going back to regularly is “I like”. Hello Scotland!
I like “I like“.
If you haven’t seen fosfor.se yet, make sure to pay a visit. Lots of great webfinds assembled by swedish Mikael Svärdh.
My favorite new blog these days is 30gms
Not just the recommended daily dose of Fibre, 30gms is also a new design blog created by London design practice Fibre. 30gms is dedicated to exploring design and visual culture with your odd bit on found type, kerning and poorly placed apostrophes. They’re fastidious those Fibre folk.
30gms is always filled with amazing finds!
Hello 30gms team – NYC is waving!
Need some inspiration? Visit Jon Black’s Magnetstudio/words blog. Lots of great finds!