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Katie Schmitt

770 Behind the Line: The (unofficial) J.Crew blog

One blog I love to get a well rounded insight and inspiration from is the 770 Behind the line: (un)official Jcrew blog. Fashion, design, and photography all in one place. Yes, you can probably find that anywhere these days, but I…

Elizabeth Weinberg, Photographer

Recently discover yet another photographer that makes me insanely jealous. Elizabeth Weinberg is a photographer based in Brooklyn, NY but travels to Los Angeles often. Some of her clients include: NYLON, New York Magazine, Pac Sun, Rolling Stone, Starbucks, Target,…

Lauren Dukoff

There is no doubt in my mind that you all have seen Lauren Dukoff’s work. My goal on this blog is to give the artists behind the scenes the credit they deserve. I’ve been guilty not knowing/caring about the artist…

Tiny Anchors

Tiny Anchors is a creative inspiration blog started by Brooke Mousitis of Brooke Courtney Photography in my hometown of Lancaster, PA. “My goal is not to have the best blog out there, for there are tons of similar blogs, or to have…

3191 Miles Apart, continued!

Just a little update on the previous 3191 miles apart post! 3191 Quarterly: issue no. 6  is now available for you to hold in your hands! ” [the issue] includes features on cocktails, hanging plants, chocolate cake, London & Stockholm, forging,…

Cass Bird, Photographer

Cass Bird makes beautiful images. You may have noticed that I post a lot about photographers. Get used to it, because I’m obsessed with finding photographers that create great images, but also make it in the advertising field. She has…

Bears Eat Berries Press

Bears Eat Berries is a small letterpress/design studio based in Washington D.C. Ran by a girl named Laura, the studio still uses a vintage press and hand mixed inks. Inspired by clean typography, texture, and folky/modern motifs, there is no…

Dusty Signs

video by Hunter Johnson If you’re following my posts, you probably have noticed that I have a thing for the hand-made craft. I love the tradition of actually making something with your hands that cannot be duplicated exactly how you…

Sarah Bernhard, Photographer/ Account Planner

I first found Sarah Bernhard on flickr, where I just admired her photographs. I did a little research and found a bunch of information about her that really inspired me. She is an account planner at an advertising agency full…

Grandchildren, Sean Pecknold

  Sean Pecknold is an all around talented man in the world of video, animation, illustration, art direction, photography etc. He pretty much gets his hands on any part his creative visual processes. “Grandchildren is the work and studio of…

Design Love Fest

  Design Love Fest  is one of those blogs I  check daily, and have found that the designer Bri Emery can be found pretty much EVERYWHERE in the blog world. She is somehow connected to most of my favorite blogs, which…

Neighborhood Film Company

I can’t say it much better than they do: “Neighborhood Film Company (NFCo) is a professional production company that uses the process of filmmaking to fight cycles of poverty. By partnering with Project H.O.M.E. (PH) – a non-profit committed to ending homelessness in Philadelphia –…

Chris Sisarich, Photographer

I’d like to introduce you to a photographer that I would personally LOVE to meet or work for, but unfortunately (for me) is located in New Zealand. Chris Sisarich has a mix of art photography and advertising photography which I…

Kinfolk Magazine

“Kinfolk is a growing community of artists with a shared interest in small gatherings. We’ve created Kinfolk as our collaborative way of advocating the natural approach to entertaining that we love” – Kinfolkmag.com I love this idea of simple art.…

3191 Miles Apart

3191 Miles Apart is a blog started by Maria Alexandra Vettese and Stephanie Congdon Barnes. Both Photographers, Art Directors, Stylists, and Designers. The two creatives met back in 2005 and in 2007 started their first project of diptych photographs: “A year of mornings”,…

Visual Design Internship

Anthropologie doesnt have any advertising outside the store other than emails and catalogs. Anthro relies primarily on their beauitful handmade designs and creativity to “advertise” to the customer. I think that what they are doing is genius since people keep…