Oh my God these cakes! These amazing elegant creations are made by Tortik Annushka, a Moscow-based designer cake studio. Founded by siblings Madina and Tortik Yavorskaya, the family-run pastry company creates an impressive selection of colorful cakes. Madina is trained in fine arts and Tortik’s background is in architecture so the cakes are clearly inspired by their backgrounds.
I love this hilarious ads for Setapp, by London agency Droga5. Setapp is an application tool that helps to focus on your current task and work flow, without distractions. I can relate, we’ve all been there!
_lorem_ipsum_or Monsieur Boz is creating powerful messages with calligraphy on ephemeral objects found on the street in Montreal and shares them on his Instagram account called Garbage Beauty. He calls his style calligraffiti. The “Fake News” television sets are my favourite, so relevant these days.
The same designer created this great lettering T-shirt. You can purchase here.
This post by Jessica Hische connected with me as a mom of 3 girls: She had a heartbreaking conversation with her daughter who told her that sometimes she looks in the mirror and wishes she had a different and more beautiful face… That inspired Hische to create this beautiful mirror with the message “You Are Enough”. You can pre-order it here.
Russian Depot Branding agency has developed the new branding identity for Milgrad’s milk packaging. The agency is aiming to stand out on the dairy shelf, with the help of a playful blue cat that appears around the package creating different effects.
The Milanese duo Matteo Carrubba and Angela Tomasoni, are behind Write Sketch &, a fabulous Italian stationery brand. I am selecting the beautiful rainbow ruler, their colourful pleated tote bags, made of silk-effect polyester and fountain pens. Wish-listed!.
In Tatsuya Tanaka’s ongoing Miniature Calendar, objects take a new meaning. Since I discovered him in 2015, he continues to create his amazing miniature scenes of everyday life combining his collection of diorama items with familiar objects. His consistency is impressive: he creates a new scene every day.
Milton Glaser, one of my graphic design heroes has passed away at 91.
His iconic “I ❤︎ NY” logo was designed in 1976 in the back of a taxi and was drawn with red crayon on scrap paper. While the original drawing is part of MOMA museum, the logo was used since 1977 to promote tourism in New York.