Top 10 VisuaLingual Posts of 2014

Lilly's State of Mind by Lilly Pulitzer

As this blog embarks on its seventh year, a lot has changed, from my own interests to yours in seeking out information here. Each year, I’ve documented the ten most popular posts of the year, and the 2014 batch contains its share of surprises.
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Villa de Reve Collection by Philippe Tournaire

Villa de Reve Collection by Philippe Tournaire

Merry Christmas; let’s check out some bling! I don’t personally care about jewelry, but this is crazy and apropos… French jeweler Philippe Tournaire has designed a collection of architectural rings in 18k gold and precious stones. You can even commission his studio to create a custom architectural ring.
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VisuaLingual 2014 Gift Guide

VisuaLingual 2014 Gift Guide

It’s time for the annual VL Gift Guide and, as always, the focus is on the talented independent designers whose work we admire, including friends from Crafty Supermarket and a few cool peeps we met at Signature Mix in NYC earlier this year.
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VisuaLingual at the Crafty Supermarket

Cincinnati Tea Towels by VisuaLingual

This Sunday, 29 Nov, we’re thrilled to participate in Crafty Supermarket in the ballroom of magnificent Music Hall in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. The event takes place 11am-6pm and includes 90 craft and design vendors, plus food, drinks, and a DJ.
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VisuaLingual 2013 Gift Guide

VisuaLingual 2013 Gift Guide

It’s time for the annual VL Gift Guide and, as always, the focus is on the talented independent designers whose work we admire. If you’re looking for gifts this holiday season, here are some unique ideas.
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VisuaLingual at the Main Street Merry Market

Edible Garden Seed Bomb Kit by VisuaLingual

This Friday and Saturday, we’re happy to join some of our fellow SpringBoard alumni for the Main Street Merry Market at 1329 Main St. in Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati. There will be a variety of locally made wares for sale, from chocolates to jewelry and tons in between.
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