Evernotes Every Friday
1. Building the Golden Gate
I left my heart in San Francisco… twice… once during my senior year in high school and second for a “pre-bachelorette” party in 2007. And because of this, when I saw this photo featured on Vintage Me Oh My, my heart skipped a beat. Not only is it a piece of history captured on film, the angle and depth of field is stunning. What a great find Megan! See more vintage photography from Megan’s site, Vintage Me Oh My, here.
2. Dana Tanamachi’s Lettering for O! Magazine
When I first saw Dana Tanamachi’s work on Veerle’s Inspiration Stream (featured on Evernotes Every), I just fell in love. Not only does she consistently showcase beautiful typography, but she’s working with chalk! And now even Oprah has utilized Dana’s talents which can be seen on next month’s O Magazine‘s first hand-lettered cover. What an amazing honor! See more of Dana’s work on O. Found via Dribbble.
3. Baobag Website
I love when site’s have the added elements that reach beyond the margins, such is the case in Baobag’s website, designed by Katja Lambert. Not only are these hand-drawn illustrators outside the margins but they overlay the main slide graphic creating a very warm and inviting homepage. See more of her work for Baobag. Found via Pinterest.
4. Matthew Lyons Illustration
5. Newcastle Festival of Dance Poster
After having the challenge of creating dance collateral for several years, I love seeing anything and all dance related artwork. This poster for the Newcastle Festival of Dance is no exception. I love all the close cropping of the dancers’ feet and legs.View more from this series by Amy Rodchester here. Found via Joy Cho on Pinterest.