Thursday, February 28, 2008

az architecture.

Ali has been posting about her trip to AZ and has mentioned a few architectural gems here like Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West and the hip Hotel Valley Ho.

We decided to share this archive we found of Al Beadle's residential/commercial buildings. If you look hard enough, Arizona is cool.

phonofone ipod speaker.

This month's issue of Dwell is full of things we've been loving for a while now. Like Robin & Lucienne Day, and this phonofone from Science & Sons. It's 2 feet tall, ceramic, and capable of amplifying an iPod using nothing but the magic of acoustics. Neat.

From Concept to Final. Round 3



Wednesday, February 27, 2008

march/april calendar.

Our first letterpress piece: a little promo calendar. We have a few extra, so if you want one of these to sit on your desk, email your address to us - hello{at}seesawdesigns{dot}com.

Friday, February 22, 2008

painted love.

When we're not out on the town for lunch, we eat at this table. For V-Day, Raquel decided to paint ILOVEYOU in Helvetica on the white canvas. Looks perfect.

3.1 phillip lim

Adorable things from the Spring 2008 Phillip Lim collection. Lots of yellow! Matches our SeeSaw color palette, no?

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

midcentury love.

Gorgeous sofa seen in Wallpaper.

By Jens Rison: The collection consists of re-editions of Risoms designs from the late 50’s / early 60’s. Available exclusively at Ralph Pucci International.

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

first cake

Here is my Addie clapping away at her first birthday cake. She did better than I could of ever hoped for at her first birthday party we had on Sunday - a house full of people and she had them all clapping along with her!

This little girl makes my heart absolutely burst. Every night when she falls asleep, I lie tucked beside her and listen to her little heart beating. And I find myself thanking her for coming to me. And praying that my marvelous luck will stay with us.

it's where we work.

Feather likes to hang out with us in the office. She also likes her LeCorbusier chaise lounge.

seesaw press.

So we're at lunch the other day waiting for our food, flipping through the newspaper, and boom! there's the SeeSaw logo on our Heart Walk ad. We're hoping we're not the only ones who noticed it.

catch me if you can.

An old favorite: this title sequence.

just because... can this not brighten your day?

Thursday, February 14, 2008

this ain't no disco.

Enjoying and dreaming about all the incredible agency interiors at Ain't No Disco... Someday.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

for a first birthday

I got a chance to whip together these invitations for my little daughter Adelaide's first birthday party we will be having on Sunday. I designed them in Illustrator, printed them out on my desktop printer on some ribbed cardstock, then trimmed them and rounded the corners. It took under an hour to get them all designed, printed and ready. Since becoming a mom I've become slightly more efficient at things!

I've also been making up lots of bunting for the party which inspired the invitations. We've been hanging it up all around our home and I hope to make some more before sunday. I made the flags double-sided and stitched them all together along 1/2" double folded bias tape. My hope is that they will last throughout the years and we can hang them up for birthdays and other occasions. But to be honest I really like having them up regardless of the day!

p.s. the typefaces I used in this invitation are Cityof and Wendy.

Paul Rand

Westinghouse Logo — somethings are made to last.

Friday, February 8, 2008

needs or wants?

Sometimes we just peruse the internet for our latest favorites. These beauties are from Browns Fashion in the heart of London.

{Balenciaga, Marni, YSL, See by Chloe, Christian Louboutin, Anna & Boy, David Szeto, Lara Bohinc, Sonia Rykiel, & Maison Martin Margiela}


Clever packaging (lovely jewelry too) from Rust Belt alluvial collection.

via port2port

mr. boddington

Jordan over at Oh Happy Day reminded us of the gorgeous stationery (and great website) we fell in love with months ago by Mr. Boddington.

forever and ever.

In honor of the upcoming Valentine's Day: limited edition prints by Identity 5.

paper cut-outs

This Polish Pavilion design was meant to embody "the motif of folk-art paper cut-out[s}" - for Shanghai's World Expo in 2010. By architects Wojciech Kakowski, Natalia Paszkowska, and Marcin Mostaf.

(via poppytalk)