Friday (ahem, Sunday) Quick Links!

November 27th, 2011

  1. 1. Great interview with the super talented Gabriel Schama via In the Make
  2. 2. Nice look at the process of quilter Heather Hingst’s via Poppytalk
  3. 3. What do you think about using a stamp as a business card? via The Fox is Black
  4. 4. Fabulous installations by Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto via The Jealous Curator
  5. 5. Artist Jim Denevan created the world’s largest work of art on Lake Baikal in Siberia via design for mankind
  6. 6. Seletti’s new Hybrid Collection of porcelain dishware is a fantastic conversation starter via Trendland
  7. 7. “Blinking City” is a visualization traditional maps versus the change over time via Plenty of Colour
  8. 8. These blankets are not only pretty; they also spell out “Love” in Morse Code via design-milk
  9. 9. Adoring these beautiful woven samples by American textile designer Dorothy Liebes via My Love For You
  10. 10. Digging this modern wrapping paper from Kamal via My Adventure is Your Advantage
  11. 11. Loving the extra vibrant color in Tim Jarosz’s photography via This is Colossal
  12. 12. Stunning photography from Paulina Surys via Miss Moss

Coverage by: Emily Gup


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