1. The Everygirl Site You know those days where you just get lost in the Internet, going from one page to the next? Well that's what happened to me this week after seeing a pin of this print from The Everygirl. I saved it for a later Monday Musings post and as I perused the website, I just loved the design of it. Especially the drop down menus. Seriously amazing and beautiful design so I just had to know more. After going through a few Google pages, I found the designer! Alaina Kaxzmarksi and her team just launched this site this week funny enough! So here's a huge shout out to them
1. Calendar by Elizabeth Ward Neat concept for a calendar—a variety of found expiration dates and the like by Elizabeth Ward. Found via Looks Like Good Design. 2. NY's Fashion Week Pinterest Graphics Sketchy graphics created for New York's Fashion Week and Pinterest. Love the fun spin on a more sophisticated subject. New work from Matt Stevens. 3. DC 2024 Big fan of these concepts that have been presented as Washington D.C. bids for the 2024 Olymics. More can be found on Shane Helm's Dribbble. 4. Evidently Characters These little animal characters for Evidently made me smile—inspired by their office pups. Found via Brand New. 5. Industrial Lighting Seriously fell in love with these industrial lights from Luke Lamp Co when they were featured in a recent Etsy email. Love love love.
1. Flourish Letterpress Wedding Stationery Seriously in love with every piece and every detail in this wedding invitation suite. Printed by Flourish Letterpress, found via the Graphic Exchange. 2. Circus Characters by Jonas Bergstrand Beautiful illustration work by . My eye is particularly drawn to the way patterns are used in the shadows. Found via Brave the Woods, illustrated by Jonas Bergstrand. 3. Want this Typeface: Oaf Can I have it? Pleeeeease? Oaf doesn’t go to art museums or the opera. Oaf doesn’t eat paté, whatever that is. Oaf was painted on a wall by an eccentric Canadian with a paint roller. The result is an unusual combination of straight, evenly weighted strokes and rough, handmade charm. Purchase Oaf here. Found via Good Design Makes Me Happy. 4. Destination NYC Logo It took me awhile to come on board the trend in every changing and morphing logos