I always feel a sense of happiness whenever I read about any cool news coming out of Australia. I know we are a massive country size-wise, but it doesn't really seem like much news seems to spurt out from beyond our oceans. The ones that do get spread revolve around the occasional shark attack (understatement), people drunkenly pulling off their pants in public, and how can we forget...the video . . .
Berlin-based greeting card designer and freelance illustrator Charly Clements creates the most adorable series titled 'Real Life Lines'. She puts personality into a whole range of inanimate objects, imagining the things they said if they had a voice. The simplest of doodles breathes life into each of them and certainly puts a smile on one's face. Other than the awesome . . .
IT'S CHRISTMAS WEEK! Post 7/7 A different side of Santa & his little helpers you've never seen before. And perhaps wish you'd never seen. Check out this Medium Post to see who created each of these. This signals the end of Christmas week - it was a fun one and I'm glad that I spent it with you. . . .
IT'S CHRISTMAS WEEK! DAY 6/7 I bet some of you were feeling like this when you woke up this morning... Via Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards . . .
IT'S CHRISTMAS WEEK! DAY 4/7 Agencies normally select from a pool of the following gifts: Chocolate Printed Christmas Card Trendy Notebook A Christmas decoration Christmas Cupcakes & Cookies This year, we went for the latter (with pretty cute wrapping). Canadian advertising agency Wax thought outside the box this time and created a funny and crazy clever gift for . . .
IT'S CHRISTMAS WEEK! DAY 1/7 I take this time of year very seriously. Appropriate attire and behaviours include reindeer ears, whistling of Christmas tunes, festive socks, decorative baubles on desks, ugly sweaters, and most importantly - smiles on faces. My poor colleagues have been dealing with endless Christmas music blasting from my speakers. There will be one Christmas-related post for . . .
Drawing: 1. a graphic representation by lines of an object or idea (i.e. drawing a dog) 2. to deduce; infer (i.e. drawing a conclusion). Okay, a pun is clearly ineffective if it requires explanation. That's why I'm leaving the task to expert-punner Jaco Haasbroek, a freelance illustrator and designer based in Cape Town, South Africa. I love this series titled "Food, Object or Animal", . . .
I am a rather kind soul without a penchant for violence, but I must say... I LOVE THIS NOTEBOOK. You can buy it via CoolHunting. . . .
These little guys are so great. Created by graphic design studio FOREAL and inspired by hiphop culture, their hairstyles and styles are reminiscent of the rappers across a range of different eras. They bring back memories of the days when I was driving around in my yellow Celica with blonde streaks in my hair, blasting R&B and hiphop from burnt CDs. A time . . .
A smile for your Wednesday. via Liz Climo . . .