We all remember when publishing company Conde Nast pulled the plug on Gourmet magazine back in 2009.
But for some of us, the real media-inspired mourning came from Nast's cancellation of Domino magazine -- a fabulous magazine dedicated to home design.
With Domino's website long gone, Domino fans have rallied and created a digital archive online.
We heart the internet.
And we're thanking our lucky stars for the Seattle-based design blog, coco+kelley who created a flickr group "The Domino Magazine Files" dedicated to documenting their Domino magazine collection. Coco+kelley encourages their online readership to fill in any missing images.
At the time of this blog post entry, there were 373 photos on flickr.
We also came across a few revived Domino stories on the Brides magazine website.
Viva la Domino!
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