Happy Weekend

In leu of our normal Friday linky-post, here’s a picture of Kaytee looking cute with a pile of stuff we’re donating in our quest to be more minimalist. The occasion? We’re moving this weekend! Can’t wait to get settled and post a zillion pictures from the new place. Until then, have a fantastic weekend and take … Continue reading Happy Weekend

Friday Links #5

Another week down! Here’s some cool stuff we’ve been reading this week. The Princess Revolution makes me feel hopeful we’re finally reaching a point in society where we can move past weird gender norms in children. I’ve long been shamelessly obsessed with the Myers-Briggs test, and this MBTI Kitchen Style Guide is way cute. My kitchen … Continue reading Friday Links #5

Friday Links #4

Ten Principles for Good Design by modernist master Dieter Rams. His iconic designs for Braun (including the image above) inspired much of modern industrial design, specifically Apple. The Importance of making time for Soul Work. This has actually been on both our minds a lot recently. It’s so important to do work that nourishes and … Continue reading Friday Links #4

Friday Links #3

Apartment Therapy’s Small Cool 2016 reminds us that some small spaces are so much cooler than others. Meet an architecture firm that prototypes their floor plan designs at scale. Film magazine Bright Wall/Dark Room has launched a website redesign featuring some really gorgeous illustrations. And finally, finally, some insight into why cats act so strangely sometimes. Or maybe all … Continue reading Friday Links #3

Friday Links #2

According to artist Gianluca Gimini, You Can’t Draw A Bike, And He Can Prove It. Some of these don’t look very safe. Canva’s Ultimate Guide to Font Pairing is a nice, basic typographic primer. And Canva is a great tool if you’re looking at playing around with graphics. Where to find the best free stock photos in 2016 but … Continue reading Friday Links #2

Friday Links

Whatever Is Accessible, Gets Utilized, and that can often mean consuming more than you need. One Man’s Quest to Draw 900,000 Buildings in New York City Breathtaking, both in concept and execution. Truly inspiring. Fear is boring, and other tips for living a creative life 11 ways to think about creativity courtesy of Elizabeth Gilbert. … Continue reading Friday Links