â€¢Â Taste The Font whips up recipes that represent the essence of a font and then photograph them. They include a brief history of the showcased font as well!
â€¢Â The first-ever covers from famous magazines is a fascinating walk down memory lane.
â€¢Â The work of prop stylist Dietland Wolf is stunning. Her artistic sensibility comes through in every single image.
â€¢Â Annex creates handmade dresses folded out of vintage maps and best of all, they’re for sale!
â€¢Â LIFE Magazine shares its 20 worst covers ever. The captions are even better.
â€¢Â The difference between creating a brand vs. a signature: “Focusing on creating signatures and not brands could well change the way we create. â€œBrandingâ€ is a painful mark of ownership. â€œSignatureâ€ conveys the unique potential of a companyâ€™s products and a promise of commitment to stand behind their products and services.”
â€¢Â The evolution of Moadonna on magazine covers from 1983 to 2011.
â€¢Â Williams British Handmade makes the coolest bespoke suitcases I’ve ever seen. No shape is impossible!
â€¢Â What happens when style bloggers start resembling magazine cover girls?