|It's no secret that I'm slightly obsessed with Anthropologie's window displays (case in point #1 and #2), but these particular displays, made from discarded books, might top them all.|
|This sculpture in front of the New York Public library was made from 25,000 Dr. Seuss books. I mean, how much more amazing could something possibly be?|
|Who knew that a simple roll of kraft paper and a white paint pen could create such an elegant transformation? (source)|
|If this was in my city, I'd find a way to walk by every single day.|
|These hand-embroidered covers by Jilliam Tamaki will be available through Penguin Books Classics in October. Talk about visually stunning. This girl's got talent.|
|If you need me, I'll be in this ridiculously cozy room. (source)|
every room of our little place. "Books open your mind, broaden your mind, and strengthen you as nothing else can." - William Feather. (Well said).
What are you plans this weekend? This is the last weekend Robbie is home before the band hits the road again, and it's been so beautiful here in Chicago, so we made plans to go on an estate sale marathon today (I'd love to score some more really old books!). Weather.com, however, seems to think that our sunshine will be replaced with thunderstorms, and Bubby dog is not a fan of thunderstorms - especially when he's alone. Thankfully, his vet started carrying the thundershirt and we picked one up for him yesterday. So cross your fingers that it helps the poor guy brave the wrath of the great thunder-y unknown (therefore allowing his parents to go on their fancy day-date). For all of you fellow dog-lovers, I'll be sure to let you know how well the thundershirt works. If it ends up that we can't leave, a good book with a thunderstorm soundtrack playing in the background sounds pretty nice too.
(Pssst... You can check out past editions of Saturday Morning Daydreams right HERE).