Daily Archives: Jun 19, 2010

Handwritten

I’m a sucker for great handwriting and believe that handwritten notes and letters are a lost art. But in the days of instant gratification and a technology-driven world, seeing things handwritten are rare – no one even writes a check anymore. Pilot Pen has found a compromise and and brings both together in an online […]

The Last Decade

Ah, Andy Warhol. You can never get enough of his work. Now through September 12, the Brooklyn Museum is highlighting the most prolific and innovative decade of Warhol’s career in the exhibition, Andy Warhol: The Last Decade. The exhibit consists of nearly 50 pieces, dating from 1978 until his death in 1987. It is the first American […]

Engrave Your Book

You know a Moleskine notebook when you see it. That simple, black, legendary notebook has collected the thoughts and ideas of writers, intellectuals, artists and travelers alike for two centuries. From gifted artists Henri Matisse and Vincent van Gogh, to poet and leader of the surrealist movement André Breton, to Ernest Hemingway, considered the most influential writer […]

When I am King

There’s something amazing going on in music video land. People are really pulling out all the stops to create amazing and inspiring music videos, such as this one for Dutch indie artist Tim Knol. The video was created byby Sverre Fredriksen who spend two months whittling down masses of timber. Anyhow most astounding fact of […]

The Wheel of Nutrition.

This plate was created by product designer Rui Pereira with Hafsteinn Juliusson for HAF, in collaboration with Joana Pais. Each plate is designed for people with different dietary needs, or wants. On the back of each place is a guide to explain what you are eating more of. Pretty clever! So far I haven’t seen […]