o my goodness! San Francisco
eclectic-a:

Kip & Co quilt❤️

eclectic-a:

Kip & Co quilt❤️

thedsgnblog:

Fork    |    http://madebyfork.ru

"Mary Wong is the chain of noodle bars from Rostov-on-Don. It’s the place where noodle is made with Asian accuracy and American spirit."

Fork is a group of young designers based in Moscow, Russia. They have their own view of things and they want to share it with everyone. Their goal is to make the world more meaningful and beautiful. They love (and are able) to work on corporate identity, packaging, websites, typography, interiors and installations. For any problem, they come from different perspectives and control the whole process, from sketches to construction.

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cabbagerose:

hipster hotel: museumotel, Raon-l’Etape, France/pascal hausermann

via: trendhunter

fastcompany:

These Beautiful Objects Are Made Of Human Hair

Made by Studio Swine, Hair Highway is a collection of exquisitely polished vessels that look like they are made of wood and bone.

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flavorpill:


Sharaya J is a Hawaiian-born, New Jersey-raised rapper, dancer, and choreographer who shares Elliott’s passion for baggy pants and wild lipstick. She was a dancer before giving any thought to becoming an artist in her own right, appearing in Alicia Keys’ video for “Teenage Love Affair” and The-Dream’s “Shawty Is a Ten,” and dancing on the big screen in Step Up 2 The Streets and Step Up 3D. But as the legend goes, when Missy Elliott met Sharaya, she noticed a “star quality” in the young choreographer and offered to groom her into an artist, with a warning that the process wouldn’t happen overnight. With her turquoise hair and loud outfits, Sharaya has an urban-android look that places her amidst the likes of 2010 Nicki Minaj, Janelle Monae, Amber Rose, and FKA twigs, yet her musical style is distinctly Elliott-influenced.

Meet Missy Elliott’s Protegee, Sharaya J

flavorpill:

Sharaya J is a Hawaiian-born, New Jersey-raised rapper, dancer, and choreographer who shares Elliott’s passion for baggy pants and wild lipstick. She was a dancer before giving any thought to becoming an artist in her own right, appearing in Alicia Keys’ video for “Teenage Love Affair” and The-Dream’s “Shawty Is a Ten,” and dancing on the big screen in Step Up 2 The Streets and Step Up 3D. But as the legend goes, when Missy Elliott met Sharaya, she noticed a “star quality” in the young choreographer and offered to groom her into an artist, with a warning that the process wouldn’t happen overnight. With her turquoise hair and loud outfits, Sharaya has an urban-android look that places her amidst the likes of 2010 Nicki Minaj, Janelle Monae, Amber Rose, and FKA twigs, yet her musical style is distinctly Elliott-influenced.

Meet Missy Elliott’s Protegee, Sharaya J

themadeshop:

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thedsgnblog:

TYPE - Letterpress Desk Calendar    |    Support on Kickstarter

Thank god, a calendar for an office that involves more than your ordinary. You know – the standard calendars with landscapes, dogs in outfits, and beach scenes with hot babes. We decided to put an end to this madness with a product design we started calling the TYPE.

The TYPE Calendar is printed on thick (55pt) cotton stock. All 12 months are pressed twice, once for each color (black and gray). The card stock is then cut down to size with a die cutting machine. This provides us with the clean beveled corners and a perfect cut each time. 

The cotton cards sit neatly in premium, eco-friendly bamboo. Each stand is hand cut, polished, and engraved with the product logo. 

If you’re interested in TYPE Calendar and you want to help make the product possible, proceed to the Kickstarter website and back the project today!

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