Posted: July 25th, 2014 | Author: Bryn | Filed under: music, portland | No Comments »
A Cosmic and Earthly History of Recorded Music According to Mississippi Records from plastic shaman on Vimeo.
Looking forward to checking out whatever this really is next week at Portland’s Hollywood Theater! Sign me up for anything with the folks of Mississippi Records.
Posted: July 24th, 2014 | Author: Bryn | Filed under: design, eats, illustration | No Comments »
How gorgeous! Bennetto Drinking Chocolate packaging was designed by One Design, with illustrations by Henrietta Harris.
(*via The Dieline)
Posted: July 23rd, 2014 | Author: Bryn | Filed under: places | No Comments »
Can we just do this today instead? Lauren of Honestly WTF assembled a whole collection of dreamy beach forts. Here are some favorites.
Posted: July 21st, 2014 | Author: Bryn | Filed under: calligraphy, paperfinger | No Comments »
My dear pal Angie Smith is a wonderful photographer — she came to see the Paperfinger studio last week and shot this scene of me working. There is about 8 months of baby bump hiding in the shadows under my desk. I’m still working away for another few weeks…and what a treat to have a treasured friend come visit.
Posted: July 16th, 2014 | Author: Bryn | Filed under: design, handmade, home | No Comments »
Boucherouite are a form of rag rug that is most often made in Morocco or other parts of Europe. I love the colors, the organic designs and the total comfy approachability.
These ones featured here came from the following online sources: Beklina, Beldi Rugs, Pink Rug Co. and ShabbyChic.com.
Posted: July 15th, 2014 | Author: Bryn | Filed under: art, home | No Comments »
Beautiful work by Stella Maria Baer of New Haven, CT. Some of these watercolor paintings are also available as 12″ x 16″ prints ($240).
(*via Design Crush)
Posted: July 14th, 2014 | Author: Bryn | Filed under: calligraphy, lettering and fonts, paperfinger | No Comments »
The full three-part series is now live on Skillshare and it’s been really exciting to see the good feedback and projects that students are posting.
The third course in the series is Calligraphy III: Experimenting with Layouts, Surfaces, and Digitization and covers approaches and techniques for applying calligraphy to a wide range of projects.
Explore all three:
Calligraphy I: Writing in Classic Modern Script
Calligraphy II: Diversifying Your Script Styles
Calligraphy III: Experimenting with Layouts, Surfaces and Digitization
Posted: July 10th, 2014 | Author: Bryn | Filed under: calligraphy, kids, lettering and fonts, paper, paperfinger | No Comments »
I had the pleasure of creating custom hand-lettered baby announcements for sweet Madeleine, born this April. Beautifully printed by Nightingale Handmade.
Posted: July 9th, 2014 | Author: Bryn | Filed under: design, home, kids | No Comments »
This nursery, as featured in Australian Elle, is a feast for the eyes! It’s a bit intense but I still found myself drawn to all the color and shapes and treasures. It is the playful home of kids Captain and Sugar (yes, real names), children of stylist/designer Sheree of CaptainAndTheGypsyKid.
(*via Moon to Moon)
Posted: July 8th, 2014 | Author: Bryn | Filed under: art | No Comments »
Jessica Harrison’s porcelain figures offer the familiar and unexpected. Now on view at Galerie LJ in Paris.
(*via The Shiny Squirrel)