Are any of you Mac lovers out there fans of Poolga too?
I came across them a few years ago when I was looking for some better free iPod wallpapers, and just re-discovered them when I went to do the same thing with my new (and early) birthday iPhone! They collaborate with established and up-and-coming artists to create some of the most gorgeous wallpapers I’ve seen, so do go check them out if you’re looking for a way to make your ipod even more pretty to look at.
Clockwise from top left: Jellyfish by Hollis Brown Thornton, Crystal City 04 by Rob Dunlavey, Silence by Laura Serra, Ruby Popsicle by Seth Nickerson, Fish by Chris Madden, Prismaticos 2 by Blanca Gomez
Cool huh? I was having a lot of trouble picking my favourites.. so here’s a few more :)
Clockwise from top left: 05 by Martin Draax, GPS by Luciano Lozano, Badger by Dan Berry, Stuff on Wood by Andrea Manzati, Impossible 1 by HeyMercedes, Call of the wild by Brock Davis
This is our gorgeous little rabbit Gravy.. we had to say goodbye to him a while ago now (he didn’t die, just found a new home along with our other rabbit Pie).. we miss them heaps!
Recipe (using RadLab)
Lux Hard 53%
Vanilla Kiss 63%
Divine Light 62%
Oh, Snap! 94%
Lights on 100%
Hello! Today’s Workspace Wednesday isn’t actually about my workspace.. I wanted to share an exciting place that Fellow Fellow was featured the other day – Sodapop Design Blog! Caro emailed me to let me know she’d featured FF, and now I’m in love with her whole blog.. it’s in German, but I don’t think that should deter any non-German speakers, Caro’s finds are always so beautiful that just looking at the pictures is lovely.
Thanks for the feature Caro!
I don’t know about you, but I’m a pretty good procrastinator. Especially where domestic duties are concerned. This morning while trying really hard to ignore the fact that our apartment badly needs a clean (no, seriously), I clicked over to one of my favourite procrastination tools, Etsy (which comes in at a close second to Pinterest as the best procrastination tools of all time), and look what I found!
Snug Studio has such beautiful wooden accessories, I couldn’t not post about them. I’m particularly in love with the cloud cutting board, and tear-drop magnets..
Procrastination: 1, Cleaning: 0