- Here's a playlist from Stuff Hipsters Hate. Take a listen while we keep reading all the stuff I've encountered lately that needs to be immortalized forever on ModernSauce.
-I love this informative chart from Acetone that I found on Eye Spy. They left off textile designer but somehow I think I'm being lumped in with that Microsoft Painter asshole. That's probably a fair statement had they seen my college portfolio.
-Over at Desire to Inspire today they are featuring the photography and designs of some ladies that I didn't know anything about but their pictures have been in my lust files for a long time. Meet Victoria Pearson and Katie Ridder. Sometimes you can't tell whether a picture captures an extraordinary thing or a great photographer can make an ordinary thing extraordinary - I'd like to believe it's just a symbiotic relationship and give a virtual high five to all parties involved. It would take jeebus himself to photograph my shithole into looking like something worth looking at without disgust.
When I go for eclectic I look like a douche but not this lady.
-I rarely go to 1stdibs because it's so insanely expensive it's makes me cry to think about how tragically poor I am but I really like fancy things so it's usually a bittersweet visit. Their newsletter is worth subscribing to for the features in Introspective magazine like this about one of my favorite designers Keshani Perera and lots of other creative people.
-The perfect place to have Gandolf over for second breakfast.
-Don't tell anyone but Madame Sunday's flower arranging skillz are worse than her empathy skillz so dreaming about beautiful bouquets in the house always remains a dream. That and I kill plants like I'm a walking pesticide. However if I could have a flower to look at everyday it would be the ranunculus so I especially enjoyed Design*Sponge's post today on the very same little colorful garden pillows from heaven.
-I like categorizing things into like-themed groups for efficiency and aesthetics so this site really appealed to my
hoarding organizing tendencies. Like Polyvore but for handmade and vintage stuff.
-If you're still listening to the music above take a quick trek over to Third and Delaware. It's a sartorialist view of EVERY EPISODE of Roseanne. It's hilariously ironic now but every hipster will be wearing that shit within a year you mark my word. Or sooner if you've seen last fall's Urban outfitter catalog... Doc Martens 4eva!!