Here’s this week’s quick pick of internet finds. As usual, good things come in threes…
♥ Polka Dot Bride have a very useful guide to choosing your wedding date.
♥ Would you consider printing your invitations on tea towels? I think it’s a great idea!
Via [Hello May].
♥ The Knot has taken a look at some wedding traditions that don’t seem too relevant today and come up with the new wedding rules. The key message is one I wholeheartedly support – you should do what feels right to you and your partner, regardless of the rules!
♥ The hot wax paintings of Matt Duffin have me entranced.
Via [faith is torment].
♥ I’m always attracted to surrealist art, and the work of German artist Moke is no exception. Navigating her website is a surrealist adventure in itself.
Via [My Modern Metropolis].
♥ Graphic Designer Lavanya Naidoo has an impressive repertoire that spans furniture design, handbag design and manufacture, print ads and illustration. But it’s her quilling work that I find most captivating.
♥ Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests are part art, part engineering marvel, and part evolution in action. Whatever they are, I think they’re wonderful. A warning for those of you at work – this is a link to YouTube video which starts playing when the site opens.
♥ One of our aims this year is to limit the contents of our boutique (i.e. very small) apartment to things we need and things we love. I think the beautiful creations of Raw Ceramics could very easily slot into both categories.
♥ You can’t go wrong with photos of cute baby animals and this polar bear cub is as cute as they come. Can I have one? Please?
That’s it for another week’s quick picks. Have a great weekend!