This Seahorse Tattly has won my heart. It’s part of the brand new Old Masters set called Natural Curiosities. It’s been almost 6 years since I started Tattly and launching new designs never loses its magic!
This Do Your Bloody Timesheets Mug made me laugh. I remember the timesheet battles…
I am trying to channel warmer weather by wearing Stina Persson’s Watercolor Butterflies today.
Inbox of Forgotten Emails lets you share all those emails you wrote but never sent. A fun CreativeMornings project, made possible by MailChimp.
This Nope Button Chrome extension is just what the office world needs: A coworker drops by and wants to ‘pick your brain’? Press a button in your Chrome browser to send a call to your phone. Apologize sincerely as you pick it up. Then watch your co-worker walks away. Funny.
Tattly just launched Fuzzy Cat by Berkley Illustrations. Can’t help but smile at this one.
Syr, a crowdfunded restaurant in Utrecht, Netherlands that employs recently arrived Syrian and Afghan refugees, offering them a platform to share their cuisine, to earn money, to share their stories and to pursue educational programs. We need more of this!
Need to draw a circle but you don’t have a compass? This video will help!
This is the first Kickstarter video that made me cry! Maggie Doyne is the most remarkable human I have ever had the honor to meet. What an unstoppable force of good! YES to supporting this project. YES YES YES!
(Last year Maggie Doyne told her moving store at CreativeMornings. You can watch the talk here)
This art piece, titled forest of numbers, by Emmanuelle Moureaux is stunning. If you’re in Tokyo, make sure to experience it at the National Art Center.
Nail-clipping history, it turns out, is surprisingly complicated. We might never find out who actually invented the ubiquitous modern nail clipper, but we do know that around 1875, patents for the modern nail clipper began to appear.
I am mostly fascinated by the fact that by the end of the 19th century, superstitions about how and when to trim fingernails were pretty common. People couldn’t cut their fingernails on weekends out of fear that it might lead to back luck.
Here’s a link to the full post The Long, Slightly Strange History Behind Fingernail Clipping by Ernie Smith.