Yep, I totally bought this at a fancy boutique.
Say it with me: NOTHING'S OVER $25!
Presents for all the babies, toddlers, and kids that are already way cooler than you.
As if you needed an excuse to use this stuff.
Unicorn makeup brushes, a foldable keyboard, light-up building blocks, a wine decanter, and other awesome stuff for people you *really* like.
There's always that ONE friend.
Because you're broke and lazy but want to project the opposite.
These baby bags are anything but basic baby bags.
When it comes to being warm and toasty, I have no chill.
Everything's under $30 (but no one will be able to tell).
Livin' in a material world.
"The de-cluttering is merely the first step. The real purpose of minimalism has to do with the benefits we experience on the other side of the de-cluttering."
Less is more, especially when it comes to spending money.
Less is better.
If you got a tattoo this year, you *probably* got one of these...
"What a cute geometric tattoo," says the Muggle.
Delicate rings, necklaces, and earrings you'll never take off.
Someone contact a modeling agency ASAP.
Because these movies are classics and all classics deserve nice posters.
Stacks on stacks on stacks.
Maybe something nautical or something sweet.
You wear what you eat.
We shit you not.
If you like it then you better put at earring on it.
Modest wear to the max.
Make some shapes.
Stack 'em up.
Tiny jewelry for a tiny price.
Because symmetry is overrated.
May all your non-pierced dreams come true.
Because good things come in small packages.
Just flip them upside down.
Majestic Sydney, captured on a tiny phone.
Loved by anyone who's keeping you from getting ~inked~.
Caution: Heavy sarcasm ahead. Courtesy of The Minimalist.
The Minimalist put a slight tweak to some of the most iconic logos to talk about India's growing problems.
Despite getting a $2 million signing bonus with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Famous movie themes are conveyed in simple patterns and effects on paper cards by Spanish art studio Atipo. H/t this Tumblr post.
Excuse me while I get all the things.
Gowns don't need bells and whistles to look pretty.
Bitchcraft at its finest.
English designer Rowan Stocks Moore made this series of seriously quaint posters. Excuse me while I go re-watch all of these movies. (via mymodernmet.com).
Wolverine climbs without any thought to how much he's making physics cry. Nicolas Hyde's newest set shows heroes would rather destroy public property than use the stairs like a common mortal.
Superhero movies might be hijacked by glossy CGI, but artist Marko Manev offers the fan art antidote. His stripped down, distressed movie posters put the focus back on the core visuals and symbols of Marvel's characters.
Best-selling cookbook author and New York Times food columnist Mark Bittman is ending his "Minimalist" column.
Thought Muppets couldn't get any more retro-hip? Well, you were wrong.