breanna rose / currently

READING this list of resources by Zoe Rooney. I tweeted about it earlier this week, but it’s too good not to make note of. It’s a definite bookmark in itself, especially if you’re a designer or blogger!!

THINKING ABOUT donuts. My friend Athena tweeted several dunkin donut related things this week, which made me SUPER jealous because they are my favorite! I have an obsession but am okay with it. Anyway, soon after, I read about this new donut place in Minneapolis called Glam Doll Donuts, which I have immediately put on my “must eat asap” list.

LOVING this website that features illustrations of windows of new york. It is by far one of the coolest + most unique ideas I’ve seen for awhile and I can’t help but swoon over the designs. So so very good.

LOOKING FORWARD TO spring clothing! I heard a bird chirp outside this morning, which sounded extremely foreign given that it’s winter over here. BUT, I looked at it as a glimmer of hope – spring is right around the corner and I have a Madewell gift card burning a hole through my wallet. Gotta shop!

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  1. brighton says:

    oh nice! thanks for sharing :) I just LOVE your blog and aesthetic – you are so talented!! xo

  2. Lena says:

    The windows of New York are great, thank you for the link! Another example of how the most simple ideas turn out to be the most interesting ones if done well!

  3. JEN says:

    That windows of New York site is SICK! What a cool project

  4. Zoe says:

    Thanks for recommending my bookmarks list, Bre! I’m glad it’s proving useful :) I have a few more features I’m planning to add once I get the time (hah), such as indicators for which tools I’ve actually used and links to sites I’ve done that use them as examples.

    • bre says:

      No problem Zoe! You always have good resources, so I knew I needed to share it. :)

    • Alicia says:

      Thanjs Zoe for creating this list and Bre for sharing it, it has some good stuff on it!!

    • Jamie says:

      LOVE this resource list Zoe! I passed it along to a co-worker of mine, and she said that she had already seen it in one of her MFA grad classes! The prof sent it to everyone in the class as a resource. Just wanted to let you know you are pretty famous here in Austin :)

    • Zoe says:

      Thanks, Jamie! That is both flattering and terrifying :)

  5. I resisted a doughnut this morning but now I want one! =)

    I can’t wait for spring clothes either!! =)

  6. Thank you so much for sharing Zoe’s list of resources. I’m in love with it.

    And yes, Spring, Spring, Spring! Maybe if I say this enough times, it will arrive sooner? :)

  7. Monica says:

    Glad Doll Donuts is such a cute name for a donut shop. I’m craving a donut so badly now!

  8. JP says:

    Windows of New York is such a cool project, thanks for sharing! (I’m excited for spring, too. Coincidentally, I just put together a wishlist of clothes for the new season.)

  9. Love these posts of yours!! The colors are always so awesome. I feel like I say that everytime I comment…lol….but it’s true. :) Off to check out the links – and aren’t local donut shops the best? There’s one down the street, here, that sells handmade Maple Bacon ones and they are to-die-for!

  10. I just pulled my head out of that resource list to say I love love love the NY windows. I ran into that recently and couldn’t stop staring.

    And QUICK! Get that cardigan in my closet! amiright?

  11. Noor says:

    They built a Dunkin donut right next door to us so I am a bit tired of them already lol. BUT omg I wish you could try this place in South Asia called J. do they have the best donuts and coffee on earth mmm.

  12. Noor says:

    check this out and well Asia is the most inspiring place for designers.

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  14. Amber says:

    I love donuts, but not dunkin donuts! I like homemade donuts <3 Have you ever read the book Homer Price? They make donuts in that book, and I always remember how delicious the homemade donuts sound… all the spices they use! YUM! In fact, I read it when I was like 10 or 12, and I think that book is what inspired me to make my first ever batch of donuts as a kid. My mom helped of course, but I still think of that book when I eat/make donuts. It's a short children's chapter book. Worth reading!

    I love the Windows of New York. Brilliant!

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