Oopsmark Bicycle Wine Holster
I am finding this on every blog I come across? Why all the hype with wine holder designs for bicycles? Still I must admit, being a cycling enthusiast in my past life, I do find this extremely cool.
Found on: Selectism.


The creative adult is the child who survived.
– U. LeGuin

Found on: Swissmiss.

Barbican Posters
Found on: September Industry.

Tough Luck Beer Labels
These little bottle label designs are quite unique. They are grungy retro, fun designs, nice warm colours and have good blending between elements. I cant help but love some of the new retro designs around at the moment. I especially love the apple skull 😛
Found on: The Dieline.

– Carly

Design Made in Germany website.
I love the sleek fresh design and the large background image of this website
View website here.
Found on: Site Inspire.

Sophie Hardach’s website
I love this design, it uses horizontal scrolling quite effectively and a one page layout which is a current trend in web design at the moment. I love how the waves move at the bottom!

Isola, Soap
Above is some cute soap packaging created by Aesthetic Movement for Isola. I love the fun retro detail added!
Their website is also a nice design!
Found on: The Dieline.

– Carly

Triumph Bonneville T100 – Final
Decided to stay with a plain background and accentuate the bike itself. Dad should be happy with this one!
– Carly

Secret Wars
An event held regularly where illustrative artists go against each other and battle for supremacy. Looks like fun? I dont know, never been, have you?
– Carly

“Alex Steinweiss: The Inventor of the Modern Album Cover” Book

Esquire UK turns of onto the historical importance of Alex Steinweiss through this new book from Taschen. “Compiled by artist Kevin Reagan, Alex Steinweiss: The Inventor of the Modern Album Cover Alex Steinweiss: The Inventor of the Modern Album Cover Book explores the work of the man who, upon being appointed Columbia Records’ 23-year-old art director in 1940, had a light bulb moment. All those brown paper packaged albums are a bit ugly, he thought, so why not jazz them up?… A few months after designing the world’s first album art (for Smash Song Hits by songwriting duo Rodgers and Hart), Steinweiss had increased Columbia’s record sales by over 800%. The bigwigs thought he might be onto something.” Selectism.

Found on: Selectism.

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