A set on Flickr.

Grid Books

These are fantastic. Found via Swiss Miss.

A Developing Story

John Cyr has spent the past year visiting darkrooms of notable black and white photographers in order to photograph their developer trays. Amassing over fifty trays thus far, Cyr believes that each tray contains a history as unique as the photographers that have used them. Not only do these trays reference the photographer’s body of work, but they also record fingernail scratches, tong marks and developer stains that have accumulated through as much as forty years of constant use. During this time of digital proliferation, Cyr finds importance in photographing developer trays so that the photographic community will remember the specific tools that were seminal in photography’s traditional darkrooms.

In-situ Books / 2011

Watch the video here. It’s where the magic happens.

Somewhere To Disappear

Take a road trip adventure across America with renowned photographer.

Christmas Absinthe

A limited edition packaging design by Stranger and Stranger.

One Charming Party

Birthdays just got a whole lot more exciting with d.i.y. tutorials and fun ideas.

Penguin Threads Deluxe Classics

Embroidered book covers by Jillian Tamaki.

V is for Val

A cheese-eating, bike-riding Canadian, now living in Amsterdam. Loves great design but creeped out by ballpoint pens. Alternate dream jobs include animals and cooking, but not cooking animals. Personal mantra gifted from an expert on the subject: Fortune favours the brave.

A is for Ali

Design hybrid by day. After hours she shoots film with toy cameras, sew clothes from books with Japanese instructions that she barely understands and hangs out with her husband, two beautiful girls and three crazy dogs. Personal mantra is "Don't worry, everything is going to be amazing". And for the most, it is.