Follow Friday: Grafik

I follow Grafik on twitter. They're an online graphic design magazine posting some of the most inspiring design. Design unlike any other. It's pefect place for inspiration. Happy Friday!

Follow Friday: The Great Discontent

The Great Discontent is a magazine and live event series featuring inspiring conversations with  today's artists, makers, and risk takers. The magazine is full of real stories about people fighting to make their dream a reality. It's a very inspiring read. You can also listen to their interviews on their website. Happy Friday!

Follow Friday: Fold Form

Follow Friday: Design Love Fest

Design Love Fest is a lifestyle design blog by Bri Emery. It's a place I go from time to time to drool over beautiful decor, color schemes and exquisite design. Her blog covers DIY, travel and lifestyle. But I'm obsessed with her instagram. It's all sorts of color! And she just went to Marfa on one of her glamorous travel adventures! Girl after my own heart!

Follow Fridays: Minimalist Baker

I love food blogs! I've been Celiac for 10 years now and completely rely on the master food bloggers to help me find yummy, healthy alternatives. One of my favorites is The Minimalist Baker. It's blog written by Dana. She creates simple recipes that require 10 ingredients or less, one bowl, and 30 minutes or less to prepare. Easy, simple, yummy and mainly gluten-free and vegan! Plus I love her food photography...she totally has a flair for color! 

Follow Friday: Garza Marfa

Have you heard of Marfa? It's this beautifully secluded town, in the middle of nowhere Texas. It's seclusion isn't the only allure, it's a perfect place for artists and craftsmen alike. One of my favorite designers that call Marfa home is Garza Marfa.

Garza Marfa is the husband and wife design team of Jamey Garza and Constance Holt-Garza. Jamey and Constance both have backgrounds in art, design and fabrication. Having lived on the West Coast for quite some time, they decided to pack up and move back to Jamey's home town in Texas. Their designs are manifestations of their past experiences and new surroundings.