Book as a block, block as a type = booksetting

Wooden Airport Play Set


This Wooden Airport Play Set made me laugh. A sign of our times? My generation played with Parking Garages, Ella will most probably go straight to Airports.

Jeanne Riddle | Artist


Montreal artist Jeanie Riddle has a self-professed fixation on economy and exhausting potential in simple forms. Beautiful simplicity, no?

Wooden Panda


Wooden Animalz Panda.

Silly Walks and Creative Ruts


Comic genius John Cleese sat down for an interview a few years ago and had a lot to say about creativity and the creative process. Silly Walks and Creative Ruts.

40+ Tutorials for Working with Wacom Tablets


This post features more than 40 Tutorials for woring with Wacom Tablets, including a number of video tutorials. Some deal with the basics of Wacom tablets and getting them setup correctly, while others demonstrate more advanced usage. 40+ Wacom Tutorials.

Age 10 to 60 – through Make-up & Photography


Vogue Paris had a interesting editorial featuring a series of photographs of the 20-years-old model Eniko Mihalik portrayed in the age of 10, 20, … 50, 60 respectively. Age 10 to 60 – through Make-up & Photography.

Dear Santa…


Dear Santa, Is there any chance I could convince you to drop a Nikon D90 through our chimney this year? Yes? Yes?

If I had a dog…


… this would be my “Travel Dog House” of choice.

happy holidays and safe travels


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digital polaroids


The first of its kind – a digital camera and ZINK™ printer, all in one!

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I *heart* improv everywhere.

Welcome Back from ImprovEverywhere on Vimeo.

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keeping track on how links are spreading

The anatomy of a viral campaign, by Royal Bacon. Curious to see how this list continues to grow.

The (Mostly) True Story of Helvetica and the New York City Subway


The (Mostly) True Story of Helvetica and the New York City Subway, by Paul Shaw

Herb and Dorothy

I agree with WoosterCollective; This is a move I am looking forward to seeing! You can learn more about Herb and Dorothy here.

requiem for a Tea Bag


Where Do tea bags go to die?. Usually squashed on the side of the saucer next to the cup, or if you have a little less decorum the table will probably be just fine. Jonas Trampedach has been observing the behaviour of tea drinkers and has evidently been learning a lot. Consequently he has developed a solution to the bag dilemma that is as simple as it is ingenious. With the ‘Tea bag Coffin’, the drinker can tidily bury the bag under the cup and out of the way. RIP.

Requiem for a Tea Bag



While interviews traditionally present what people say, in Perspectives the interviewees don’t actually say anything. With the spoken portion of the footage edited out, Perspectives leaves only body language, pauses for thought, and interjections to do the communicating.

Typically people think of “content” only as what’s literally being said. The content of “Perspectives” is based on the idea that what’s not being said says something of its own.


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I *heart* Marc Johns


Marc Johns. Big fan here.

Magnetic Dress-Up


The holidays are coming closer in big steps. And I have gift ideas for our little Ella are on my mind. I know she’d love these: Melissa and Doug Maggie Leigh Magnetic Dress-Up. The boy version,Joey, available as well.

oh those pretty colors!


Set of 13 hand blown colored shot glasses. The set is packaged in a long white rice paper box making it a beautiful gift. Hand made in Japan.

I like the Internet.


The header of made me smile. I agree. “Hi, my name is Tina and I like the internet.”

Papercutoutalphabet rug


Papercutoutalphabet rug by Alan Fletcher

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so bad, it made me laugh: stackthememory.com.

winter is coming, how do you feel about it?


Are you an Indifferent or Smilin’ Snowman?