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Posts da categoria: books
Amazing Paul Octavious print for book lovers (like me)! ♥ ∴ info ∴ Paul Octavious website & print shop.
Nothing against e-reader lovers, but I laughed so hard when I saw this Poorly Drawn Lines comic! I also keep it real muthafuckas! :) ∴ info ∴ Poorly Drawn Lines website & shop.
The winner of the You’re Awesome giveaway is: Thanks to all of you who filled out my blog survey and see you in the next giveaway! ♥
*Update: This giveaway is now closed, thanks for participating. The winner is Letícia Brechoti, as generated by random.org. My dear readers, I want to ask for your help once again to complete the 2013 Blog Survey and contribute to make … Continue lendo
I’ve been obsessing over these gorgeous Eames Plastic Side Chairs for quite a while now. Love the white one, so clean and beautiful! This book is also on my mind these days, it’s pretty amazing don’t you think? ∴ info ∴ … Continue lendo
Natalie Stopka makes the most beautiful handmade books with uncommon fibers, repurposed and hand dyed fabrics, and vintage textiles. I really like the ombre journals, they’re so delicate… ∴ info ∴ Natalie Stopka shop (ships internationally). Via Mint.
Cuteness alert! Beautiful book covers created by Mr. Boddington’s Studio for Penguin Classics. Which one is your favorite? #wishlist ∴ info ∴ Mr. Boddington’s Studio website. Penguin Books website. Books available at Anthropologie.
Marcel Proust, Days of Reading George Orwell, Books v. Cigarettes Thomas de Quincey, Confessions of an English Opium Eater I have an everlasting love for books, and anyone who knows me knows I love Penguin Books. They always publish such beautiful … Continue lendo
Remembering this gorgeous Vogue U.S. photoshoot – the first time in 25 years that a magazine was allowed to shoot at Versailles. The beautiful Kirsten Dunst as the “Teen Queen” Marie Antoinette, photographed by Annie Leibovitz in September 2006. It’s so … Continue lendo