Mymo is bringing prsonal monograms back, but with a twist: Mymo cleverly combines any two letters or numbers into a novel 3 dimensional form. From one angle, you see one letter; from another angle, you see the other. Think of it as 3D printed typographic jewelry, based on a custom typeface that Patrick Durgin-Bruce designed specifically for the limitations of 3D printing.
Get your initials (or any other meaningful combination of two letters) as a necklace pendant, keychain or ornament.
If you want them by christmas you got to order them by tomorrow, December 2nd! Hurry! Mymo.is!
55 HI’S launched some beautiful typographic notepads. Perfect stocking stuffer, no?
The New York Coffee Map features over 100 of New York’s best cafes serving specialty coffee. It is printed on high quality recycled paper in a limited edition of 500. Well done, Blue Crow Media.
City of Industry launched another product; the Enamel Paper Airplane Pin. I don’t know about you but I have a major, adorable gift alert going off here!
The Spencer Leather Sleeve for the iPad Mini is a beauty. Winter Session hand-finishes each product in Denver and sources sources the vegetable-tanned leather from the Horween Tannery in Chicago. It’s also available for the big iPad.
(Love Zady’s mission. Zady aims to combat the fast-fashion craze by providing a platform for only those companies that care about timeless style and solid construction.)
Really excited over today’s new Tattly launch. Designed by Lila Symons: To Live To Learn To Love.
Type nerds, check out this Adjustable Clampersand. Brilliant and amazing, right?
Made from recycled paper, rainbow pencils let you create beautiful paper rainbows when you sharpen them. Congrats to the designer Duncan Shotton.
Which one gets your vote? Drink Whiskey or Drink Coffee? Both designs by Will Bryant.
How beautiful is this Geometric Wooden Holiday Ornamet by FlaneursPocket?
In love with this joyful Confetti Tree Skirt.
Yes, the Holidays are on my mind.
Today is the Day where I can finally announce our newest Tattly project: Tattly Cards: One Real Card, One Fake Tattoo. Our new stationery line is letterpress printed and includes a single matching Tattly Temporary Tattoo! A happy greeting and fun gift wrapped into one!
And just like Tattlys, our cards are made and printed in the USA, by no other than Mama’s Sauce. What do you think?
I am excited. YAY!
Oliver Jeffers recently launched an updated version of his wonderful World Map. Oliver drew the original map with pencil on paper and reproduced it on beautiful double-weight paper with a self healing natural cork backing for you to easily push pins into. Each print is signed by Oliver, embossed with an exclusive seal and mailed in a tube to ensure it arrives in the very best condition. Cool, right?
Custom leather luggage tag by Owen and Fred. Supercool.
Big fan of this beautiful letterpress printed card by Holstee: Wherever Card.
Various Keytags made me chuckle. These would make for a fun gift. (Thanks Brian)
This recycled Toy Paper Bag made me look. Probably not all that practical when it actually comes to storing toys, but it sure looks cool. Also available as paper and plastic bag.
This Camper Play Tent would have made me *so* happy as a little kid.
Quite charmed by these Designer, Maker and Thinker pins by Skinny Vinny.
Little Marks is a brand new Tattly by the lovely folks of Petite Alma.
This Neighborhood Block Set makes for a lovely gift.
I wrote about the adult version of the Ostrich Pillow in January of 2012. They now just released a kids version. I continue to be intrigued.