We’ve been gifted this week with a bit of snow, the pretty kind which covers everything in white glory (before it turns to gray sludge that will occupy the city till April, that is). As snow is only enjoyable for a short time when it first falls, we took the opportunity to bring J to the woods so he could brave the snowdrifts – which he did.
Also, as his obsession with Ikea rats does not seem to diminish, he demanded that we build him a snow rat – which we obediently did. So this week instead of a proper design job, please enjoy our sculptural efforts.
As you well know, these pseudo-lifestyle posts are not what this blog is really about – so no worries – but some weeks you find more creative outlets in building the snowrat than in proper design work and it seemed only appropriate to document that.
It is one well-pleased, well-fed snowrat.
All the best in this New Year from re:design!
May you have a wonderful time full of love and peace
and may all your wishes come true and bring you joy.
May you have a wonderful, cheerful Christmas time with your loved ones:
Enjoy yourselves, be merry and get plenty of rest!
This is by no means the proper post we planned for this week but out of our swamp of work we’re just letting you know that Society6 sales continue with nice offers till Friday and this includes our stuff, should you want some. Anyway, next week we promise the proper post and we’re sorry to keep putting it off. You’ve no idea what state we’re in, trying to finish all work and all cleaning before Christmas (and slowly getting to understand that it’s not possible for mere humans without sexy superhero mutations and/or spider bites).
Update: We’re still fighting deadlines (and not really shopping and barely breathing) but Society6 promotions are still on: follow the link to our store for 20% off + free shipping (till Dec 4). Should you feel so inclined, why don’t you visit . Posters make awesome holiday gifts, wink wink. Otherwise, just enjoy the illustration above.
Today we’re sharing another tribute on the sad occasion of Leonard Cohen’s death. We have great admiration for Cohen’s lyrical skill and many favorites among his songs. Of those we picked eight, for which we drew still life illustrations/interpretations and arranged them into the poster.
In case they are difficult to read, from top to bottom and left to right these are: 1. Suzanne 2. The Stranger Song 3. Famous Blue Raincoat 4. Let’s Sing Another Song, Boys 5. Seems So Long Ago, Nancy 6. Chelsea Hotel #2 7. Hallelujah 8. Closing Time.
As illustrated above, we spent the weekend with a sore throat and a bunch of more or less medically aproved methods to get over it. So far, the success has been, at most, partial. Hopefully, we’re be back on our feet by the next weekend. Until then, stay healthy.