A group of popular illustrators from around the globe have come together in the name of love . . . that is, their love for illustration and the art of modern storytelling. Together, these talented artists have created How to Woo, a special digital handbook featuring the “dos and don’ts of the art of courtship.” Based on creative interpretations of various romantic (and humorous) gestures such as writing a love letter, getting over a broken heart and how to cry, How to Woo is debuting in the App Store just in time for Valentine’s Day.
“Write a love letter” by Michael Arnold and “Tatto the name of your soul mate” by Liran Raviv
Still hunting for the perfect gift for that special someone in your life. Here are 5 Valentine’s Day gifts inspired by the color of the day.
Still in the early stages of your relationship? Make sure the calls keep coming with this retro handset in vivacious red. Your Valentine will certainly enjoy the comfort and style of this classic wall phone but won’t ever miss a tweet or text since it plugs right into your smartphone.
Maybe you’re not ready for diamonds yet. How about this USB ring from Kate Spade instead? With 4GB of memory this memento is both playful and useful.
kate spade $50.00
BEATS SOLO HEADPHONES
Your sweetheart is sure to fall in love with these bright red Beats headphones. Dr. Dre’s signature brand is known for its powerful sound and lightweight feel and they are even compact enough to fit in your purse or bag. Better yet, with every sale of Solo HD RED Edition headphones, Beats by Dr. Dre donates a percentage of the proceeds to the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
PANTON HEART-SHAPED CONE MINIATURE CHAIR
Here’s a unique way to share your heart. The Heart-Shaped Cone chair was originally designed in 1958 by Verner Panton. This wee reproduction, developed by the Vitra Design Museum in Germany, may look small but will pack a big punch in the hands of your sweetheart.
OLIVETTI VALENTINE TYPEWRITER
If your sure you have a keeper you might want to splurge on this Valentine Typewriter, first introduced by Olivetti in 1969. It’s bright red body and easy-to-carry case catered to creatives who preferred to work outside the traditional workspace. Though now a vintage piece of machinery, the Valentine is still fully functional as a writing tool. If nothing else, this gift should yield some fantastic love letters.