Candis wrote in to tell me about her stationery blog, Paper Shop Ink, and then I spotted Orange Lola and suddenly realized that I needed to post about them again, it’s been too long and I love me some Orange Lola! Candis likes their new matta journals in bright, happy colors and patterns. I just want the cupcake with the raspberry on top. I live for yummy product shots.
Candis also blogged about Etsy seller Ubiki, a new name to me, maybe you’ll be interested in checking out her simple, modern animal prints. Sweet!
(top 2 images from orange lola, bottom image from ubiki)
Put on your dancin’ shoes! These paintings from French etsy store, lisilu are the best, I love all her pretty shoes. I found them via a blog I’d not heard of before, but am really loving, called rion. These black leather beauties make me want to dab perfume behind my ear and slip on something beautiful for a night of dancing in the city.
I am forever amazed by the internet for this very reason – instant gratification for nosey —>me<--- people! I can find everything yesterday. Love you, www! Show of hands here, but how many of you paid attention to the photographer behind the images in your favorite magazines? I rarely did (ashamed to say, but true). Going forward, start taking note, because they give us all the visual stuff that magazines are made of, what we can't live without, the drool inducing imagery! I don't know much about Keith Scott Morton, but I did find out that one of my favorite books, The Collector's Eye, was shot by him. Viewing his portfolio online gave me enough ammo to start digging around on his site and so far, I’m beyond impressed with this guy. Gorgeous work!
Side point (I always have to make them!!!): This little bed gets around, doesn’t it? Domino blog king Nick Olsen, aka The Deal Hunter, spotted one like it recently at PBTeen for under a grand, and you can snag it in dark iron or antique white. GO Nick!
If you’re a Steven Harrington like me, you’ll be happy to know that his new online store, You & I, just launched. I’m still hoping he’ll do a limited run of his peacock print, but until then, here’s some great options. I have the Un Royaume print (top right) and love it, the colors are brilliant and the paper is heavy and gorgeous (I’m very tactile, so paper weight is important to me). Enjoy!
(images from you & i)
Jasna Janekovic is a very talented lady that lives in K?ln, Germany and has some of the most gorgeous images on Flickr that I’ve seen in awhile. Very relaxed, uncomplicated, simple. I love the lighting, softness, there’s just this vintage beauty about her photos that makes me want to spend a weekend on my grandparents farm drinking peach iced tea and collecting wildflowers in a basket. Jasna has her own little store online selling beautiful homemade delights created by her own hands. Everything in her store is completely Jasna, step inside, you’ll see. Completely charming.
(images by jasna janekovic)