Archive for September, 2009

Warm & Fuzzy!

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009


I know the moustache fad is a bit played out but I can’t help but love these Jack Spade Merino Moustache Gloves. With winter approaching these gloves featuring both an American and French-style half-beard seem more than appropriate for a bit of  light hearted fun! “Hold finger under your nose and enjoy!”

Via: HI + LOW

Terrible Yellow Eyes

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009
Alberto Cerriteño
Eren Blanquet Unten
Mike Maihack

Like many, I have a special place in my heart for Where the Wild Things Are. So when I found out about Terrible Yellow Eyes, a collection of works inspired by the book, it completely made my day! These are only a few of my favorites but there are plenty more to love, the site has an absolutely astonishing number of brilliant pieces.

Via freshly{blended}

Fall into these Blossoms

Monday, September 28th, 2009


I am completely smitten with these cascading felt flower brooches by London designer A Alicia. I spotted a lovely interview with her on the All Things Considered blog and was intrigued to see more. Her pieces are made by hand and therefore totally unique. I love her color pallets and the simplicity of each of the corsages. Wouldn’t one these make the perfect addition to a warm fall peacoat? Lovely!

Lost in ffffound No.10

Friday, September 25th, 2009


I’m SO excited for fall! Fall clothes, halloween, brisk sunny days, here we come! Today’s Lost in ffffound is a collection of pictures I’ve been gathering to get me in the autumn mood. The hubby and I are going to WordCamp this weekend, if you’re going, see you there!

Row 1 Left ,Right
Row 2 Left ,Right
Row 3 Left ,Right
Row 4 LeftRight

The Hare & The Tortoise by INK + WIT

Thursday, September 24th, 2009


I’m a big ol’ fan of INK + WIT so I was thrilled to recieve notice of new posters and cards available in their shop. What a beautiful illustration depicting the classic story of The Hare & The Tortoise paired with stunning calligraphy. Printed on 100% recycled paper and with soy inks this would make a great gift or the perfect addition to a nursery. Click here to purchase the poster.