Happy Links: Marimekko, Mean Girls, and Food Maps

Househappy —  March 21, 2014 — Leave a comment

1. Maps made of food—beautiful and delicious. (mashable.com)

2. Blogger SF Girl by Bay is publishing a book of photography! (sfgirlbybay.com)

3. Two words: cookie architect. (npr.org)

4. The one app we wish had been launched at SXSW. (techcrunch.com)

5. Turns out we’ve been peeling bananas the wrong way this entire time. (thedailymuseblog.com)

6. John Robshaw’s fabric prints in notebook form? Sold. (chroniclebooks.com)

7. Kevin G. from Mean Girls is now a calligrapher. And he’s really good. (elledecor.com)

8. Marimekko opens its first store exclusively for kids. (vogue.com)

9. The only March Madness bracket you need is the bodega cat bracket. (wnyc.org)

10. Clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth. (youtube.com)



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