As it turns out, humans aren’t the only animals accustomed to planting kisses on one another. Check out the following photo compilation for ten different species who also get caught up in the moment! 1. Squirrels! Squirrels “kiss” as a way of identifying one another, sniffing his partner’s neck gland for a familiar scent. 2. Meerkats! In […]
This super cute anniversary-present/photo spread shows that creativity knows no bounds when it comes to expressing love. Floral designer Cori Cook posed for these shots as a present for her 3rd anniversary. The photos were taken by the supremely talented Nina Barry. Be sure to check out her other work on her blog as well as another version of the […]
By the supremely talented Graphic Artist Christopher David Ryan. We highly recommend you check out the posters in his online shop. They’re lovely.
We just adore this ‘Anatomy of Love‘ 11″x14″ illustrated art print created from an original gouache painting by Anna Bond. Each print is archival printed on 100% cotton rag paper and signed. Available at the Rifle Paper Co. While we’re at it, her personalized stationery with a custom-painted portrait of you is pretty neat too!
Elaine: “What is the big deal about putting your lips on somebody’s face?” Jerry: “It’s the obligation. You know, as soon as this person comes in, you know you have to do this. I mean, if you could, say, touch a breast as part of the kiss hello, then I think I could see the value in […]
You’re about to say goodbye to your good friend, Monique who is visiting from Paris. You go to hug her and she goes to kiss your cheek. Do your noses collide or are you clued-in as to which cheek gets kissed first? And how many kisses will this farewell take? In Paris and central France, most […]
This charming piece is by the quite talented Christopher Bettig. Bettig is a French/American artist living in Los Angeles. He has done commercial work for Converse, Urban Outfitters and Fila. I love what he does here with color, how his blue lines intermix with white space and obviously the concept of two lovers becoming one […]
In these germ-phobic times, a great ad from Science World about a very affectionate board meeting. If this were how the corporate world operated, I might quit blogging.
This lovely, stunningly-designed heart-shaped map of the NYC subway system is among the several such maps created by a pair of Korean graphic designers called Zero Per Zero. A portable map version is available for sale, though they are sent from Korea so shipping might be a tad expensive. It is super-pretty though – Buy it here:
And all this time I thought Spiderman invented this suave upside-down move: