This cracked me up. If you are not fluent in Photoshop, this website (Man Babies) will switch the dad and baby heads. The results are pretty funny.
Love this. Very graphic design-y and has no real purpose other than it's just creative and cool...it's actually a FONT. Found here.
Yes, being unique is good but...really? You can get your gorgeous mug put into cufflinks now. When you're not using them on your shirtsleeves, the clever cuffs conveniently merge to form a mini sculpture of your whole face. I think charity work should be mandatory with this purchase, but that's just me. Available through elevenfortydesign for 225 euros ($355).
Excess Alert!! Cookie's blog Nesting has a thought-provoking post about photographer JeongMee Yoon's NYC exhibit:
"Boys like blue; girls like pink. This we knew. But did you ever really think about how much stuff they accumulate--through birthdays, holidays, grandmothers? At New York gallery Jenkins Johnson, JeongMee Yoon is exhibiting her Pink & Blue Project, featuring photographs of real children with their real toys. (Amazingly, nothing was propped.) Yoon was inspired to take these photographs when she realized how many pink things her daughter had (pictured below). We love the photos but must admit, they're a little scary."
It's kind of like a "Where's Waldo". It's hard to find the kids in the photos.
Remember cassette tapes? In the 80s they were at their most popular. I mean, who can forget the mix tape?!? Well, now there is a whole group of people who are making use of those old tapes. Belt buckles, tape dispensers, USBs, wallets, transformer toys... you name it. Pretty interesting! Notice the buckle below is Debbie Gibson. Love it!
OK, now I have seen it all! Available for $95 on bathroom artist Wendy Gold's website. She also offers personalized toilet seats, but we'll leave it at scales for this post. From Art de Toilette..."Each unique design brings fun and levity to that daily moment of truth. And for an added smile, any design can be
ordered with positive affirmations in lieu of numbers, or even with no
numbers at all."
I have such great memories of Del Monte fruit cocktail in a can! My sisters and I would fight to the death over that sad, little half-cherry in the bowl. Well, now you can relive your 70s childhood in the form of scratch + sniff wallpaper! The Fruit Cocktail collection of handmade wallpaper comes from a
company called Flavor. The designer screened the wallpaper and the
result is a(n)(acid) trip of bright, colorful fruit-inspired decor for your
walls - yellow bananas on green background, fruits on pink, and little
red cherries on yellow (I'm guessing my sisters will arm-wrestle me for this one). And they all smell like fruit. But (sigh) Fruit Cocktail Memories don't come cheap...$300-$450 per roll (for banana).