change is inevitable; growth is intentional.

We have some bittersweet news today. After over four great years of design and blogging at SeeSaw, we have decided to go our separate ways and explore new opportunities. This is a big change, but we're excited for what's in store. We have loved sharing our inspiration here, and will always be grateful for the connections we've made with all of you. A huge thanks to our clients, readers and sponsors for the support over the years.

It's not quite goodbye though! We hope you'll follow each of us in our new adventures (linked below).

Angela Hardison
Raquel Raney
Lindsay Tingstrom

choose your adventure.

Collage from a new favorite blog, by our favorite Kiwi: R's Adventure.

alyson fox.

Creativity coming out her ears.

charlotte taylor s/s 2012.

Charlotte Taylor S/S 2012: amazing on many different levels.

via Kristine via honestlywtf

little studio.

Nordic happy design from Little Studio. Love the cheerful colors and especially the b&w single apple print.

paul rand.

Helbros Watch Company, 1943.

80s purple.

Seneca Rising’s Spring 2011 Collection.
Photography: Zoey Grossman


Norwegian goodness. I'm such a sucker for that wall and those floors.

nat nicklin.

Space is the place.

marjon hoogervorst.

A few shots and spaces I love from the talented Marjon Hoogervorst.


Tights from Patternity: art for your legs. I think they're pretty awesome, and the packaging design is great.
Would you wear these?

olivia malone.

Muses + Adventures.


Julian Bialowas' 365q. I'm interested to see his next project.

silke neumann.

I love the way all those books bring so much personality to Silke Neumann's Berlin flat.

luci everett.

A little mixed media magic from Luci Everett.

phillip lim.

The cutest. Fall 2011.

salvadore dali.

Dali magazine covers. He also designed the Chupa Chups logo.
source: strawberige


Charlotte Swiden: Fun park rides, fairy floss and ferris wheels.


A peek into the studio of digital agency Fuzzco. And see the founders' amazing home here.

beta 5.

Love the classic design and packaging for Beta 5 chocolates, by Glasfurd & Walker.

via Lovely Package