Happy Monday my darlings! Did everyone have a good Easter weekend? Are we sufficiently sated by endless gobs of chocolate? Do we perhaps never want to see another egg again? Indeed.
This morning I have a wonderful post-holiday present for you: a new song from Mumford and Sons! The song, “Lovers Eyes”, was captured by an enthusiastic fan at the group’s April 13th gig at PC Richard & Sons Theater, NYC. With the band showcasing new work on tour, this will likely happen more often, allowing us deliciously guilty sneak listens of what might grace the tracklist of their next album. Enjoy!
Via Timber and Steel
As you know by now, I am a serious lover of books. Nothing saddens me more than the propensity of today’s kiddies to go straight to the film and ignore the book, robbing themselves of the worlds which bloom from the pages. Though we thoroughly enjoyed watching the newest Harry Potter movie this weekend, it reminded me yet again that there is nothing quite like the universe of your own imagination. I adore this new ad campaign from classic book distributor, Mint Vinetu, created by the Lithuanian ad company, Love. It’s like the literary version of Sleeveface:
I love this new tumblr site, Back of a Webpage. Good stuff people. The Facebook image is particularly hilarious, but here’s their apropos take on Twitter:
When I was little I dreamed of rigging up a hammock in my bedroom. Now that I’m all grown up, I’ve moved on to more realistic desires. Like this for example:
Have a lovely start to the week my dears!
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