Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Monday, March 30, 2009
Saturday, March 28, 2009
Friday, March 27, 2009
Thursday, March 26, 2009
We have known that this was coming ... but Where the Wild Things Are looks even better than I had imagined. I love that there is a back story. I love the music. I love the cinematography. Each shot is frame worthy. I love the graphics. Looks like another movie we'll own.
Posted by s/c - the blog at 10:01 AM
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
I think for the next 12 to 14 years I am going to be in the dilemma of wanting for myself the adorable clothes made for little people. I did not have this problem with our first child, being that he is a boy. Makes me wish for my pre-pregnancy body that could wear girl's size 14. Oh well.
Above items from Garnet Hill. Below items from MiniBoden.
Posted by s/c - the blog at 1:35 PM
Monday, March 23, 2009
This is SUCH a great idea ... Blurb, the online marketing and publishing platform, has created a site to submit your best killed ideas. We all know that the best ideas rarely see the light of day. The real world favors mediocrity.
The Killed Ideas site is fantastically simple. There is a blog to match with lots of fun stuff to read. Boon Design, out of San Fran, created the site. The quote below (Walker Percy, The Moviegoer) is from Boon's site.
Posted by s/c - the blog at 9:14 PM
Sunday, March 22, 2009
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
This mom is SO talented. All of her creations are original and beautiful, including her little girl. One of my favorite parts about her blog is that she gives a step by step of how to make each of her items. Be sure to check out all of her companies.
Posted by s/c - the blog at 1:40 PM
Monday, March 16, 2009
Beautiful type examples at The International Association of master Penmen, Engrossers and Teachers of Handwriting (not the most pithy name, huh?).
via: 100 Layer Cake
Posted by s/c - the blog at 10:17 AM
Friday, March 13, 2009
It occurs to me as I write about more silhouettes that we might have Apple to thank for bringing them to the forefront. After all, the iPod campaign was groundbreaking before it became totally overplayed.
Joseph O. Holmes has beautiful pictures of people in front of the museum of natural history exhibits. I think the subject of the exhibits adds just the right amount of irony.
via: Here Are Things I Like ...
Posted by s/c - the blog at 10:59 AM