* Design Sponge

Posted on December 28th, 2004 by maitreya. Filed under Crafty Links.

I love Design Sponge. It might just be my favorite site lately. She posts the coolest things. Like today’s post on neat textiles from Anne Kyyro Quinn. How does she find such cool links every day?



3 Responses to “Design Sponge”

  1. hillary Says:

    thanks for the link to this amazing site. it is unbelievable all the things she finds. it is almost too much… like looking into the sun!

  2. Marc Says:

    How does she find such cool products everyday? People pay her! She was “out’ed” by the NY times in January — Velocity Art and Design in Seattle pays her for placement:

    Be careful what you read!

  3. Maitreya Says:

    Yes, yes, I read that article, because she herself posted the link to it. She’s not hiding anything. Plus, I would expect only an insider to have the wealth of knowledge Design Sponge has. She makes it clear on her site that she works in the industry and that the ads are paid for. Lots of blogs have ads these days. Her taste and mine overlap completely and I love her posts, so I would still read her even if she were totally bought and paid for. Which she isn’t because it’s impossible that she’s on the payroll of all bazillion sites she links to.


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