Hand-picked inspirations of the day: Day 21

Hi! New week is here! Hope you enjoyed the best of the last week and here's already a new portion of cool stuff for you.

That was a long titile:) And a little book to follow :)
I was just carried away with this book and great illustrations for it - "A Little Book of Hindu Deities" from Ghee Happy.
You just have a look and I'm absolutely sure that you will at least have a look at the Ghee Happy's site or maybe even buy this book for yourself.

Aren't the illustrations great? Do also have a look at the store, since there are many other cool prints there and some are even for free.

Vintage and retro are already a trend and noone will doubt it, Print ads or even entire rebranding process use retro and vntage cliches and style to make things stand out among the plethora of web 2.0 stuff online and offline. I'm for vintage myself and do try to use it when possible in new designs I'm making.
So, here are some really nice retro posters from a Spanish designer Ruben Córdoba Schwaneberg.

See more great retro posters of his or check his portfolio for more amazing works

From graphic design, let's move to photography and an amazing photoset by NY photographer Navid Baraty.
Great shots of rain made in San Francisco and Japan will definitely leave you impressed and make you rethink the rainy weather from artistic perspective.

See the rest of rainy pictures from the "Rain" photo series

A 3 in 1 puzzling cutting board. Use it on its own... supersize when you need more cutting space... or carry some tasty snacks and  a glass of wine in one hand. Ain't it handy? 

Well, and to finish with useful things for today. A pillow for lonely people. Whenever you feel like you need to hug someone and curl into a sofa or bed, grab your snoozer pillow. The only drawback - it can't hug you back.

Like it? it's yours for $70. Thanks novate.ru for the pics.

Well, that was a fresh portion of inspirations. I personally really love the book and its illustrations...But I'm sure there'll be even more great things tomorrow. See you!

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