We could not be more excited to share the very first release for Bare Bottle. It has been a three year labor of love for us and a handful of others who love both wine and design. Also as super fans, we’re truly honored and ecstatic about having the work of Invisible Creature grace the inaugural bottle.
Each bottle is a limited run of design and wine, and a new wine/design combo will be released monthly. Some great artists and winemakers on the way! www.barebottle.com
Images by the super talented Josuha Harding.
So, I’m the type of person that starts thinking about Christmas around, well, July. I know, I know, it’s a sickness. I truly wish I could say this was my idea, however, when I saw this post pop up on Pinterest it was so darn cute I couldn’t help myself—I had to create my own version! The original idea and inspiration came from LMNOP magazine, which I hadn’t known about before, but am now a huge fan!
Includes two sticker sheets, both the same, and each with 30 individually kiss cut stickers. Use them to decorate gifts for Christmas and make it look as if your package came from over the river and through the wood. Up now in the shop.
Just bought our tickets for the Tokyo Type Directors Club Exhibition hosted by Werner Design Werks as part of Concordia University’s Leaders of Design Series on Wednesday, October 15th. “This unprecedented exhibition will feature 150 of the most outstanding pieces from the 2014 Tokyo TDC competition, offering a rare opportunity to see these original works in person.” Presentation lecture featuring a dialogue between Tokyo TDC exhibition juror Jon Forss and Ryan Hageman kicks off the festivities at 6pm. See you there!
Season 7 of Mad Men kicks off for the final time this Sunday. So sad to see it go, but excited to see how it ends. We made one final wallpaper to mark the occasion. Goodbye Don, Peggy, Roger, Pete, Joan and the rest—we’ll miss you.
I love all the classes coming out on Skillshare! This new class: Lettering Made Simple: Efficient Methods for Custom Type, taught by Brandon Rike, gives a real-life take on putting together lettering pieces. Brandon shows practical methods that make the process much more efficient. I am looking forward to taking this one myself!
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