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morgan blair

"1970" guache, acrylic, and ink on paper.
morgan blair has some beautiful work on her website. neckwear

i love these, and want both of them! also has a nice selection of bowties.

adidas originals ZX 8000

adidas is bringing back the ZX 8000!
"The ZX 8000 first appeared in 1989 as a lightweight running model with superior cushioning and a range of more technical elements than previous members of the ZX family. This version introduces a suede and patent leather combination to the upper in a grey and purple colorway for a clean and stylish result."

tea submarine

"The TeaSub submerges tea leaves to the bottom of your cup, creating the perfect infusion of your favorite brew."

helvetica cookie cutters

i love these helvetica cookie cutters by beverly hsu!

botanical bakery

package design by dbd international
“Creating the lips out of a leaf was the perfect match, since the lips, like lipstick, can change with each flavor as the lips ‘announce’ the flavors to the customer. The ‘grinning leaf lips’ with the tag line ‘Natural. Delectable. Unapologetic.’ is a match made in heaven.”

miss rakanlover

‘barrilete’ collage
miss rakanlover is a graphic artist based in Manchester, UK
i love the layers of transparent triangles, and tiny deer in the top right corner

meghan paterson

"empty bottles broken hearts"
paterson created an entire series of painted portraits on empty glass bottles.

photographer simon duhamel

"Part of a series of 23 images produced for Kaaz hair salon for the 2009 Contessa Hair Stylists photo contest."
these portraits are great - i love the hair, outfits, and lighting! more photographs can be found on duhamel's flickr page

alyssa monks

"steamed" 64x86, oil on linen, 2009
"Alyssa's paintings are of a representational narrative genre. She portrays a specific place and time with simultaneous empathy and detachment. Monks is part of the Continuing Education Faculty at the New York Academy of Art, where she teaches Flesh Painting. She currently is also an instructor at the Montclair State University."

SNES eyeglass case

i love this handmade SNES eyeglass case!

nick lepard

lepard has some really great portraits on his website. i love the bold mark making.