My friend Nancy has been blogging about the ubiquitous “-licious” suffix for years. She’s even got a category for “licious” on her blog. Well, someone has one-upped all those folks who were too timid to go whole hog for licious alone; I present you Licious Organics:
Sometimes what seems like a clever name winds up not being so clever after all. I give you Exhibit A:
We need more snow, but that didn’t stop us from heading to the mountains for the MLK weekend. Some good skiing, some good dining (mostly thanks to yours truly – try this for a crowd-pleaser), and some interesting branding.
Something is wrong with my camera, and this month’s haul wasn’t so exciting that I felt like re-taking all of the photos. But I think that two items bear mentioning and re-shooting:
Rewined Candles. Discarded wine bottles transformed into candle holders that hold wine-scented candles. From reading about them on Dooce to tweeting about them to opening my blogging program – maybe three minutes? That’s how much I love the Rewined Candles name and concept – so much that I can hardly craft complete sentences. They get bonus points for a stylish and clever logo too; it conveys the recycled aspect of the product yet is tasteful and classy at the same time:
Don’t know whether it’s “peek” or “peak”? Split the difference, like HP did in this email I received:
Time for a mea culpa. Remember last month when I dissed Lumiere d’Hiver shampoo saying that winter light in Paris isn’t worth devoting a brand to? Well, I was wrong: