Katie Scott got a nice (2nd) write-up on It’s Nice That today, and for great reason. Her pieces (like the above, Mind Print) are rich with detail and creativity. What I love most is that they’re certainly referencing historical/vintage stuff (a Victorian middle school health class textbook, maybe?), but they don’t feel cute or nostalgic. They feel badass and cool.
I can’t remember where I saw these Happy Cups first, but they’re delightful. There’s an awful lot of people who take their morning coffee way too seriously, and serving it in something like this would be a really nice way to inject some silliness and fun. The Happy Cups website is pretty great (clean design + pretty fun), too.
I love the simple, raw textures created by Liam Stevens for his zine, Asteroids. No color, no 3D, no scale, no obvious pattern or order—but you can totally imagine what these little stones might feel like sitting in the palm of your hand. Or completely demolishing your house.
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