I just love the styling in these shots, and the beautiful, bright and colourful paper goods that Minimega do so well. What a lovely dose of Friday inspiration! To see more, head on over to the Minimega website and blog.
Well, that's it from me for the week. I've been a little distracted lately with work craziness and holiday planning, but I'll be back here on Monday with more lovely things to share. Have a great weekend everyone!
Aside from his fantastic typographical work, Jason is also part of enormouschampion, a design studio also based in Brooklyn. They have an Etsy shop, and you may have seen some of their stationery and homewares products doing the rounds on design blogs (for good reason!).
It was very difficult selecting just a few of Jason's pieces for this post, so if you'd like to see more I would encourage you to check out Jason's page on Friends of Type.
I love how simple these prints are, yet there's so much to love. They're very delightful indeed.
I absolutely love the colours and compositions in these works - just lovely! If you'd like to see more of Carl's work I encourage you to check out his website, online diary and still life gallery. He has some truly unique and interesting work.
First up is Flower Fields, a beautiful floral design available in Goldenrod, Rosy and Penny Black colourways as cushion covers and yardage. This is Heather's first two-colour design, and the flower motif started out as a paper cutout, which Heather transformed into a repeat pattern.
This Mushrooms design is available in Loam and Peat colourways as tea towels, aprons and tablecloths.
I love this retro graphics-style Succulents design, available in Terracotta and Marrakesh Brown colourways as tea towls and cushion covers. The pattern features a range of succulents in mismatched pots.
Salad Pack is a new tea towel design available in Leafy Green and Rhubarb.
And the sophisticated Abacus design is available in Pebble Grey as tea towels, aprons, napkins and table runners.
All of Heather's products are produced locally to her in South Africa, and these new designs make great additions to Heather's already impressive catalogue. The 2011 Skinny laMinx catalogue is available to browse through here, and visit Heather's website and blog for more information and lovely images (do pop by her blog - it's a great read!). Heather will be uploading the new products to her Etsy shop in the coming week or so, and has also recently opened up a childrenswear Etsy shop called Mini laMinx, as well as an Etsy shop dedicated entirely to paper products - check it out here. What a busy lady!
I hope that you've had a good week and have a relaxing weekend ahead. I'm pretty exhuasted after a full-on working week, and am looking forward to chilling out and having our first spring barbecue - if this Melbourne rain would like to go away now please! Enjoy yourselves x
website to see if more items are added to the collection, and you can check out the rest of Zim & Zou's projects in their portfolio here. You can also watch a cool behind-the-scenes video of Zim & Zou in action here.