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Really liking these elegant letterpress Seed Journals from The Petite Press. Twenty-five green pages inside are printed with the word “notes” next to a blank area sized for a seed packet. I like to keep track of the date I’ve planted my seeds and where, how they fare, and a sketch or two, plus keep the seed packet so I have the information handy. The pages can be removed or rearranged by undoing the screw posts. There are paper spacers between each page to allow room for the seed packets, and sixty small clear circular stickers are included for attaching your seed packets. (via poppytalk)

Leaf Ties by Lufdesign, Korea, are cable ties that cause your wires and cables to resemble tied twigs or vines. I’m in love with how simply these ties add an aesthetic spark of life to otherwise cold and inorganic places and things. Although the product page states that its profits “are used to benefit causes for ecology campaign,” I haven’t yet found a way to purchase these through Lufdesign or otherwise. If I make any headway (or if any of you find the right link), I’ll post it here. Alright, I just got an update from Tsunho Wang, Lufdesign’s design director and president. Leaf Tie production was completed as of last week, and he will be taking orders from the Lufdesign site via PayPal in the near future, as he has not yet found another distributor. (via Yanko Design)

VINE! mobile charger concept by MicroWorks. (via MoCo Loco)

Amazing vintage Zurich - 125 Years Perpetual Calendar by Dan Reisinger, originally produced for MoMA/NY. (via grain edit)

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With so much sophistication in so few lines, the work of designer Noma Bar is sublime. Bar’s work is also available in a new book, Negative Space, from Mark Batty Publisher. The book contains many full-page illustrations from Bar’s portfolio, as well as spreads from his sketchbook. (via We Made This)

Swallowed By The Sea: Illustration by Tomer Hanuka for Newsweek.  “As Japan reels from the tsunami, archeologists claim to have discovered the lost city of Atlantis, a fabled place built—like much of the world—in the crosshairs of nature.” Art direction by Dirk Barnett.  via 1983

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Love these embroidered constellations by Jessica Marquez, made to order at her MiniatureRhino shop. Custom requests are also welcome! (via sub-studio)

Lovely identity for the 2013 Fesival Résonances by French design studio Atelier Tout va bien.

Lovely poster for the 2013 Fesival Résonances by French design studio Atelier Tout va bien.

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