Creative Links of the Week #33

I’m going to start off this post by saying a huge congrats to Eugene (our COO) for getting married last weekend! The wedding was a beautiful and elegant affair held at one of my favorite spots, the Viceroy Palm Springs. Here’s a picture from that memorable day.

Now, let’s get our own party started with the most creative posts from around the web. Also, check out what you missed on My Modern Met towards the bottom.

Around the Web:

2,000 tennis balls were hung in a Spain art gallery. You’ve got to see this.

Are you going to get the Canon 5D Mark III?

What do you think about Banksy’s rant on advertising?

Do you think Siri would look like this?

Minimalist Bert and Ernie posters are pretty neat.

Must check out this new Os Gemeos show in LA.

Just the thought of this sandwich has my mouth watering.

Intimate portraits from the 2012 Vanity Fair Oscar party booth.

This alligator street art is pretty amazing.

What fun postcard designs.

Speaking of postcards, how cute is this retro set?

These giant paper flowers remind me of Tim Walker’s wonderful world…

Best of My Modern Met:

Baby’s career path.

Love these two sweet sons who are growing up in Japan.

Check out these massive steel sculptures!

It’s amazing what this artist can do with just pencils.

Who knew crushed car parts could look so artsy?

Have a restful weekend!

Photo credit: Arlene Ibanez

December 9, 2016

Magical Photos of Moscow Covered in Christmas Lights and Snow

Although Russian winters are famously freezing, Moscow-based photographer Kristina Makeeva believes that the most wonderful time of the year to visit the buzzing capital city is the holiday season. In true Christmas spirit, she often braves the cold to capture snowy shots of its sparkling decorations, festive fireworks, and holly jolly animal friends.

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December 8, 2016

Ingenious Masking Tape Transforms Any Blank Notebook Into a Calendar

Looking to transform your notebook into something more organized or create the perfect bullet journal calendar? Japanese stationery store icco nico has created an easy, ingenious masking tape that’s up to the task. Using two rolls of washi tape, one for numbers and one for days of the week (in Japanese), it takes seconds to whip up a customizable calendar on an empty piece of paper.

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