Five Things #17

1. Hannah is a babe and makes beautiful things.

2. Tim Denee‘s fan posters of his fave Wellington haunts (I had a cider spider [as in ice cream soda] at Sweet Mo’s last night, blew my mind!).

3. CM + Thomsen

4. Krisatomic‘s Iceland from above, wonderful. I must get there immediately.

5. White Mischief by Tim Walker (and the crazy people it’s inspired by) via Rhiannon.

Five Things #15

1. Nanako Koyama‘s photography, via Banana Meet-Cute

2. Kathryn Wilson‘s Kerry heel.


3. Time wasting experiments by Alyson Provax via fieldguided

4. Dresses from Karen Walker’s Runaway collection.

5. Jewellery from we never sleep, via Clever Nettle.

P.S. My heart goes out to the people of Japan, what else can I say.

Great Food

The new penguin paperback series comes out in April, with covers designed by the ever astounding Coralie Bickford-Smith. Having heard of barely any of them, I can’t wait to check them out. I’d still love to collect more of her last series, though I’ve been so scared of ruining the one I have I’ve only opened it once.

Five Things #14

1. Royal Celebration street parties at Caroline, No.



2. Beautiful watercolour print by Amy Borrell.

3. This pretty shoot from

4. Leanne Shapton‘s book blocks via Design Love Fest (who also designed’s new website)

5. Dallas Clayton has a new awesome book and you can read it here, as well as the first one here. So good.

Extra for experts:

Oh Joy’s lunch lady series.
An article about never being late again that’s actually convinced me.

Five things to love #12

I haven’t done one of these in a while!

1. Sarah’s outfit. CUTEST. How can one outfit contain so many adorable details? Bravo.

2. A destination wedding in Iceland on the Ruffled blog. Must go to Iceland as soon as humanly possible.

3. New hardback classics designed by Coralie Bickford-Smith – all F. Scott Fitzgerald books. I almost bought Tender is the Night the other week, I’m glad I waited.

4. Suprised to find myself coveting jewellery from Low Luv x Erin Wasson. The scarab ring in particular. From Need Supply.

5. This Is Naive is nursing Ferry back to health. It makes my heart hurt in a good way.

Hope you’re having a happy weekend. Today I had a photoshoot with my friend Bonnie for the future vintage store, and then spent what seemed like hours clearing out old boxes and suitcases, discovering pretty dresses, a green jumpsuit and old love letters. How about you?

Jessica Hische

I’m in love with the type designed by Jessica Hische, especially her Daily Drop Cap project and the beautiful prints available to purchase when an alphabet is finished.


Check out her amazing tattoo:


Fancy letterpress and individual drop cap prints are available in her store. She also designed Buttermilk, a font I’ve been drooling over for a year and a half. Some people are just too talented!