I keep finding all these super cute and darling things on the web lately. This alphabet project is designed by Portuguese illustrator, Inês Costa and Patricia Mafra and animated by Gonçalo Nobre.

caretoz“Caretoz started as an illustration & typography project inspired by traditional masks and monsters. Soon it turned out to be more than that and it evolved to a fun game, that got people searching and collecting Caretoz cards all over Berlin, during the Pictoplasma festival 2014.

Check out Caretoz here.


Super cute prints from Malaysian illustrator, Lim Heng Swee aka ilovedoodle.






Check out more of his prints on his website and store.

Baby//Devendra Banhart

*2009, What Will We Be

Baby, I finally know what I’m going after
I’m learning to let in all the laughter
Holy moly, you’re so funny
You crack me up, you crack me up
Look out for dreams that keep returning
‘Cause magic in the whim yearning
You feel it, you want it
The way I want you, babe
Traveling by choo-choo train
We know where
We just don’t know when
Like some everlasting onion, that I love
Never heard a better bad joke said out loud
You flip, flap and I wild out
Can you believe it?
I can’t believe it but it’s true
You’re giving eighty billion years of giggling
A whole new world to live in
But this one’s real, this one’s real
This one’s real Like a bow-tied kangaroo
You be one and I’ll be one too
Play it goofy or play it cool
I don’t mind

Everything that happened
You know it don’t mean a thing to us
‘Cause so much is going to happen

Because you showed me
A sunset overflowing
But who cares where it’s going
As long as you’re next to me


I discovered french label G. Kero when I first saw that awesome Bowie shirt on Tumblr and that led me to their site and I fell in love with everything I saw. I luv luv luv all the super charming hand-painted artwork of animals  and um, David freaking Bowie!


“G. Kero is a (French) brainchild of an artist Marguerite Bartherotte. Whilst searching for a fresh alternative to traditional gallery canvases, she turned her hands to fashion, reworking t-shirt shirts into hand painted work of art. G. Kero is the result of Bartherotte’s vision to transform high quality fabrics into technicoloured statement pieces.”

G. Kero