I don’t think anyone has blogged about Vancouver-based Rollout yet except for monminiblogamoi, which amazes me because these guys have been around for awhile and have whipped out some pretty darn good stuff. Great to bookmark this one for your next design project! My favorite is the wallpaper shown above, with it’s swirly sea fans and fish, really nice to see the ocean presented this way – so soft and feminine. I love it.
I love these Skugflorra decals (aka a fun mini DIY art project) from graphic designer Ingrid Unsold of Unsold Forum. These super stickies can be applied to walls, mirrors, tile, windows, your fridge, glass shower doors, etc. Currently available in black, however custom colors and sizes are available upon request. You can order them from Launch Design Partner in case you’re interested in jazzing up your space. Perfect for renters – just peel ‘em off when your lease is up!
(images from unsold forum)
I really like this silkscreened poster from Limescreen, the clean graphics, very few colors, it has a great seasonal look to it, don’t you think? And for $23, I think it would look really great if you have it framed and then mix it into the art in your home for fresh modern twist. Each poster is signed and numbered by the artist, Maarit from Finland. Only 3 left in stock, hurry!
(images from limescreen)
Cha-ching! I just purchased “The Sound of a Teapot”, a signed and numbered (limited edition of 50) digital print for onluy $22 from sweet Camilla Engman. I hope you can pick up a print for yourself to – but don’t take too long to think it over because Camilla’s prints sell out rather quickly. I plan to have mine framed and then, mix it in to the “gallery wall” I’m hoping to tackle next month. It’s a mini project that I’ve been thinking about a lot lately since I’ve finally built a nice little collection of works that I want to display together.
In fact, I’m thinking of many mini winter projects that I want to tackle this season. What about you? Any home DIY projects that you’d like to get started on? I’m in the mood for change and winter is the perfect time to get started on home projects, whether it be decorating, organization, deep cleaning, mending what is broken, sewing something new, all are perfect cold weather activities to chase away the blues, build self-esteem, stay active, and give you deep inner satisfaction that you have things under control on the homefront.
(images from camilla engman)