A few weeks ago I had the pleasure to meet Berk Ilhan, the inventor of Smile Mirror. It’s an emotionally smart mirror that is unlocked with the power of a smile. Totally wonderful. I would totally hang one in my home.
I am in love with this Swedish Spring Poster, illustrated by designer Lotta Olsson.
Building things that will be still around and bring value in 100 years is on my mind recently. I might have to hang one of these Make To Last Enamel Steel Signs in my office.
I love a good play on words. This poster by Playtype would look good in our coworking space: Nowhere / Now Here.
This reality hand hook series by Harry Allen is so wonderfully weird. I’d give them a home.
I would totally hang this eraser collection print by Lisa Congdon in my house. (I had that blue/orange one as a kid!)
These one word resolution prompts seem like an interesting way to help form new habits. Could be used as a playful tool in an office environment.
I’ve had a pretty remarkable a few days in Los Angeles this past weekend and felt like I got to see a glimpse of the magic that’s inside of me, coming into my true power. I had to chuckle when I found this banner just now. They got it from a Frances Hodgson Burnett quote:
“No one smiled. They were all too much in earnest. Colin’s face was not even crossed by a shadow. He was thinking only of the Magic.
‘Then I will chant,’ he said. And he began, looking like a strange boy spirit. ‘The sun is shining – the sun is shining. That is the Magic. The flowers are growing – the roots are stirring. That is the Magic. Being alive is the Magic – being strong is the Magic. The Magic is in me – the Magic is in me. It is in me – it is in me. It’s in every one of us.’…”