Link Tank #12

by Jamie Sanford on April 25, 2014

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It’s Leica’s birthday and they’ve created another expensive camera to celebrate! Yay!

Florida stories, almost always terrifying.

This guide to Savannah from Ann Street Studio is going to help for my next trip.

Joy Reidenberg is one of my heroes, and here she talks about whales and how they breathe and communicate.

Gala gives us 50 ways to beat blogger’s block.

WorkAwesome gives us a list of how to incorporate personal growth into your workplace.

Also from WorkAwesome, 3 rules for dressing to impress in the office. This list has a lot of tips for dressing well in general.

How to make a gif in 5 steps. You will need Photoshop.

Creative DIY methods for hiding things, from Make via Tested.

27 Underrated Things About Being in Your 30s. Some of these are really true!

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Guest Post: WeSC Les Bras Duvet Cover Set.

by Jamie Sanford on July 30, 2010

(Today’s guest post was contributed by Kelly Kreth. I “met” Kelly online around 10 years ago, and since then she’s made me jewelry, she’s been the subject of one of the best photos I’ve ever taken, and thoroughly kicked my ass in Facebook Scrabble.  Check out her new blog which explores optimism and pessimism with great humor and frankness.)

I like home decor with a sense of humor. So when I saw this duvet set that has not only style and substance, but also a keen sense of humor, I immediately coveted the cover. The WeSC Dans Les Bras Duvet Cover Set is made of organic cotton, is machine washable, fits any size comforter and comes with two pillow shams. In simple, yet chic, black and white, it features a drawing of a woman at rest laying face down on a bed. The pillowcases add an extra wink to the duvet’s nod by giving the cheeky message: “Das Les Bans De Morphée ” which means “In the arms of Morpheus (referring to sleep). Quelle witty!

Clearly the French are better in bed–Ooohhlala!


Designed for WeSc by the ever-inspirational graffiti artist, Mode 2 – who focuses much of his attention on the female shape in many forms – this duvet cover set features a sketched design at the front of the duvet cover and a sleepy French message at the pillowcases.

Pre-order for its August 8th arrival. It is only available online and is priced at $148.

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