- These are awesome cuz you have to wrap them in pie crust! they’re like mini pies but served in real apples!!! You also use the crust to make autumn leaves as decorations!
Found out about this company the other day and so in love with so much of their stuff. Probably gonna buy so many birthday presents trough this and live vicariously through my friends.
- kate spade
- shoulder bag
- would use instead of briefcase
- slash laptop bag
- oh god its just the perfect blend of casual can use every day but nice enough for interviews etc
- SO GOOD
- inside out
- pockets on the outside
- place for pens on the outside
- dont have to dig around on the inside of your bag when you want a pen
ROAD TRIPS ANYONE????
Complete Copeland Collection:
“Beneath Medicine Tree”
- 180 Gram Black /100
- Coke Bottle Green w/ Black Splatter /200
- Coke Bottle Green /200
- Solid White /300 - Tour Press
- Seaweed Green/Grey Swirl /200
- 180 Gram Black /100
- Half Clear Brown/Half White /200
- Half Solid Brown/Half Coke Bottle Clear /200
- Coke Bottle Clear /250
- Brown /250
“Eat, Sleep, Repeat”
- 180 Gram Black /500
- White /500
- Clear with Black Smoke /250 - Subscription Only Copy
- Red /???
“You Are My Sunshine”
- 180 Gram Black /1000 (2xLP)
“Copeland/The Pale - Split”
- Picture Disc /1000
Finally got the last piece i needed this week to complete it. These albums got me through the toughest time in my life and Copeland will always mean so much to me. Funny how music can just be everything you need in certain moments of your life, even if they were recorded years before you needed them.
Now that I’m moving into my own place I am very seriously considering buying a record player and starting to collect vinyl. Obviously these would be essential.
Which would you rather drink - Jack Skellington, one of Dalí’s melting clocks, Snoopy, or Totoro?
[via Spoon & Tamago]
Inspiring Vintage Flight Tag Prints by Neil Stevens
Neil Stevens is a one-man studio, creative illustrator, image-maker and graphic artist from United Kingdom. He creates beautiful prints, posters, and illustrations across all areas of technology, art, finance, nature, music, sport, and the environment. He recently found an old set of airline baggage tags, which turned into love at first sight.
Back in the 1950s designers focused on easily recognizable three letter abbreviations of the city destinations. They also had no advertising, avoided logos, and were purely focused on the information needed (no clutter, no mess). He decided to use this awesome find as inspiration, which led him to create the beautiful posters you’re about to witness below.
Minimal Posters - Five Great Mathematicians And Their Contributions.
some of excentrique’s summer ‘11 collection; the librarian.
ALL OF THE WANT
feeling a little inspired to do nails again…