kitchenprints + posters

the splendiferous array of culinary tools

by Grace Bonney

Good morning guys! I woke up in an over-the-top great mood this morning because . . . we found an apartment! Remember the one I dreamed about the night before? Well it wasn’t so far off from my dream (minus the treehouse), and we’re moving in next month! I’ll share some fun pictures on Monday, but for now I’m happy to be typing a post that involves the word “splendiferous” because that’s pretty close to how I feel right now.

This week my Dad sent me a link to this beautiful chart of culinary tools posted on the Fast Co. Design blog (I love that blog beyond words). Designed by Pop Chart Lab, the poster maps over 100 tools that you’d use to prepare food in the kitchen. Printed with real copper ink (just like really nice pots and pans), the poster measures 18×24″ and is printed on archival recycled stock certified by The Forest Stewardship Council. If you’re into beautiful kitchen gadgets like I am, click here to pick up a copy ($25). xo, grace

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