Cartoons about reading and the writing life, by Tom Gauld for The Guardian:
P.S. Wouldn’t the Noisy Alphabet print make a fabulous starting point for a kid’s bedroom or playroom design?
I love the look and feel of the Maison Martin Margiela Replica fragrance line… I love the concept that ties them to fabulous experiences: a morning walk on the beach; an afternoon sipping fragrant green tea; or late night cocktails in a New York City jazz club (Bemelmans Bar, for example). And I’m hoping I love at least one of the scents too, otherwise how disappointing!
My taste running to simple and modern, I had mostly ignored home furnishings and objets d’art made of marble. But lately I’ve noticed stone used in more streamlined ways, and I’m becoming a real fan. These are some of my favorites.
These Sjón novels published by Farrar, Strous and Giroux are three gorgeous reasons why paperbooks will never be completely replaced by ebooks. The Blue Fox is a slim, spare, strange novel you’ll be thinking and talking about long after you’re done reading. And the snow-stormy setting makes it perfect winter reading.