How cool is this creative typographic staircase at New York fashion store Opening Ceremony? Difficult to see from the photo, phrases read 'Hello, I love you', 'She's walking down the street', 'Blind to every eye she meets', 'Let me jump in your game' and many more!
Lovely new identity work by UK designers Dinnick and Howell for Primrose Hill pub The Hampshire Hog. Beautifully executed from logo right through to signage, print, packaging and web. Well worth checking their website out too for even more tasty work!
Loving Barcelona based designer ConiLab's screenprint 'Do what you Love / Love what you do'. A3 in size it’s priced $35.00 from Coni’s etsy shop. Reading Coni's etsy profile I liked the quote "My chosen technic: completely handmade screen printing… the type of work that makes your hands hurt… and gives you a lot of joy after seeing the printed results!!” So true!
Recycled and carefully colour co-ordinated from vintage books, Leah Copplestone's handmade flower magnets bring a hint of year round colour to your home. Available to purchase from Leah's LBC Paper Shop priced $9.95
One show that I'm definitely going to see this summer is the renowned Spanish artist Jaume Plensa at The Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Plensa's work explores themes of love, memory, language and despair - encouraging tactile and sensory exploration. An artist of international reputation his stunning exhibition at YSP includes a 50-metre curtain of poetry made of suspended steel letters, large illuminated sculptures in the landscape, and engraved gongs that visitors can strike to fill the gallery with sound. Admission is free to the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and the exhibition runs until 25th September. See you there?