WINKS – weekend links. Here we list what has come in during the week, things we’ve found and things we think you’ll want to see. If you’d like to see your blog or website featured email us and if we think it fits with our readers we’ll link you. I am not dying of laryngitis so I thought I’d pick up where Jo left off, instead of doing my usual Flickr finds post.
- Kim McCabe sent a really sweet email thanking Jo and I for our hard work on the blog so I thought I’d reciprocate the love and post about her super Etsy shop called Curiouser & Curiouser where she has some really cute prints and collages, such as the one above. Go check it out. (Thanks Kim!)
- Deborah emailed about her cool indoor/outdoor graphics:
Stick these outdoors or in, graphic stickers adhere to any glass or plexi surface.
Perfect for balcony guardrails, patios, windows or doors.
A great alternative to curtains and a modern touch on your terrace.
Available in white opaque or ‘frosted’ (lets the light pass but blocks the view).
Sold as 11 x 17 inch sheets (A3) but custom sizes are possible.
Using several sheets creates lovely leafy patterns, and yes, you can still wash windows normally.
- Peggy started a design blog called Design FormuLA at the beginning of the year and I think she’s off to a great start. Have a look here.
- Patrick has a brand new site that sells ultra modern furniture and other modern furnishings. It’s called Go Contempo. Fabulous stuff Patrick!
- Chris Brown of Urban Prairie emailed about Refueled, Alt Country Style + Design, his new online zine that debuts in the spring. Read more about it here.
- Sabine has launched an online shop that features some very creative wallpaper in gorgeous colour combinations. Lots to look at here.(Thanks Sabine!)
- Jessica, from Toronto has a great blog called The World According to Jessica Claire where her topics are mostly design-related. She posted the other day about a phenomenal artist, Andrea Marcus, and thought our readers would appreciate her talents as well. WOW!! (Thanks Jessica!)
- Fabio emailed with a link to YouTube videos he uploaded that shows the production of hollow furniture. The song playing in this video had me chuckling (it does that to me every time). Thanks Fabio!