WEEKLY FOUND – AIAYU

AIAYU was created out of just one material and one producer – always striving for the best and keeping the concept simple and transparent. The designs are new classics, colors and shapes. Everything is carefully crafted at its origin, where the expertise to handle it, is the greatest.
The company is rooted in love for quality and sustainability. They use just the wool from Lamas in Bolivia and created a lot of jobs for local people.

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Could just please give me somebody a whole bag full of money?
Thank you

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WEEKLY FOUND – NOVEMBER FEELINGS

Today I found the photography work from Beverly Le Fevre.
Her pictures reflect pretty accurately how November feels like to me.
The warmth isn’t completely away but the feeling of winter starts slowly behind my back.
There is the excitement for christmas lights all over the streets and houses. The city looks so pretty when she goes festive! Looking forward to that. Although I really hope that the autumn is still with us for a while.

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Happy November!

WEEKLY FOUND – LUKE PEARSON

Luke Pearson is a British cartoonist who is best known for the ‘Hilda’ series comics for Nobrow Press.
I discovered him today at work when I saw his book and I’m really impressed!
You can see more of his work on his Webpage

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Comics are great! They collect literature and illustration, which I love both a lot!
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have to read a Comicbook.

Have a great evening!

WEEKLY FOUND – RIFLE PAPER CO.

Rifle Paper Co. is a stationery and gift brand based in Winter Park, Florida founded by husband and wife team, Anna and Nathan Bond. The products feature Anna’s whimsical designs which often include hand-painted illustrations and lettering to compose a style that feels both nostalgic and timeless.
I’m obsessed with paper things. Writing by hand is such a nice thing. Birthday or Christmas cards are always made with lots of love from me and I still write my ideas and thoughts down in a paper journal. My laptop is amazing! But still prefer a piece of paper in my hand. Look at these wonderful examples.

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Really have to hold myself back. No, don’t shop the website. Doh! Oh damn, they have calenders too… Argh!

Do you still write cards by hand? If not, you should start right now! Think about a person you love and send a card with some little nice words. Little things make life happy!

WEEKLY FOUND – EDWARD JUAN

Edward Juan is the artist/designer behind the website Forest and Waves. I found him in a book (I definitely should buy) which collects a lot of different types of maps all over the world and from various artists. Like the comic looking style and the angle of view. He also makes cards and illustrations for magazines as you can see below

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Tomorrow I go to work and buy that book.
Even when I should earn some money and not spend it…

Have a great day everyone!

WEEKLY FOUND – ZEN PENCILS

ZEN PENCILS it’s a website where inspirational quotes from famous people are adapted into cartoons by Gavin Aung Than. I found this wonderful site some weeks ago and was very excited about it. He picks such wonderful peronalities and really the best quotes! I feel inspired again and again when I enjoy them.

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These are some of the FREE Wallpappers on his site and you can get the last in 3 FREE Posters when you sign-up! Go to the archive and explore the comics. I’m sure you’ll find a quote from a person you admire!

After reading some comis, I feel like I can do what ever I want and need for my life. Let’s do it!

WEEKLY FOUND – ART

Street Art is such a wonderful thing to make people happy.
Art for free – Yay! But not the dirty tags on the supermarket wall or the train. No. Streetart like this!
DALeast paints most of his graffiti pieces in a hurry while looking over his shoulder for the police. He has already been arrested once, right before the 2008 Beijing Olympics, but that never stopped him: “Life always give one troubles but my work gives me a lot of opportunity to face these troubles. Any situation can arise when you work in the public space.”
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Found these on Bored Panda , a very entertaining website! Have a look!

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And there is another artist I wanna show you.
Benjamin Lacombe. He makes a totally different art then you saw above.
// Benjamin Lacombe  He is a French childrens book writer / illustrator and author. His paintings are kind of strange and very dark but so wonderful and breath taking!

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His books may be something for adults, like collectors and art lovers which I am both. They make wonderful presents as well! Keep in mind for christmas! (Oh my, only 3months away…)

Have a nice evening and enjoy some art!

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