It's Monday morning again, readers, and only a truckload of coffee will help me get out of my pajamas and start the day. My week is going to be shorter than the usual, as we'll be celebrating Shavuot tomorrow and Wednesday. So how about some web-browsing to kick-start what's left of the week?
- This poster is taken from Timothy Buckwalter's site, where you can see more of his works. Don't we all feel like this sometimes (or most of the time)?
- Another blog I've been lately perusing daily is Found in Mom's Basement - an excellent collection of vintage ads, curated by Paula Zargaj-Reynolds. (Why do all the men in those ads look creepy?)
- Sew A Straight Line's tutorial on flatlock saved Chanoch's preppy PJs in the last minute. I was terrified of trying the flatlock, but Sara's how-to post made it seem so clear and simple, that I gave it a try and I was done sewing the shirt and the pants in under an hour.
- The Cool Hunter did a post on my favorite Israeli designer, Idit Barak for Delicatessen, and her new striking, stunningly-modern designed store.
Stumbled upon any interesting, beautiful or insightful site or blog recently? Why don't you share in the comments section?