Sunday, January 15, 2017

5 Prints I Love This Week

Caitlin Foster Hank's Field Guide Art Print

Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Goodbye, Carrie Fisher.

Goodbye to my favorite "Disney Princess." May we all find the strength to endure life's ups and downs with humor and candor like Carrie Fisher. 

Monday, December 26, 2016

The WWII-era Female Railroad Workers Serving Up Denim Realness

"In April 1943, Office of War Information photographer Jack Delano photographed the women of the Chicago & North Western Railroad roundhouse in Clinton, Iowa, as they kept the hulking engines cleaned, lubricated and ready to support the war effort." - More background information and photos of these amazing overall-and-bandana clad women at Mashable

The Clever Black & White Prints of Gregory Beauchamp


Gregory Beauchamp is an artist and graphic designer in Venice, CA whose black and white prints caught my eye. According to his Etsy page, he believes "the simpler you can make something the more universal it becomes... that creativity can solve anything . . . and that we can make tomorrow better than today, for everyone."

Saturday, December 10, 2016

The Best of Madewell's 2016 Gift Guide

Madewell a lot of great gift options this year in their gift guide, including the scarf above from Madewell's collaboration with FEED. Each one sold will provide 68 school lunches to children in need around the world. Some of my favorite picks are below. It's going to be really hard to resist those buffalo plaid jammies. 

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Cactus Ornaments

I dropped some of these Mexican punched tin cactus ornaments off at Indie South's Prince Avenue shop here in Athens, and kept a set for myself. I might hang them somewhere in my office year-round! For friends who live outside of Athens, I rounded up some of my favorite cactus ornaments below. Enjoy! 

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

RUGbyGUR, Handmade in Portugal

*So* close to being a palindrome, RUGbyGUR is a Portugal-based company making some beautiful things. According to their Etsy, "All the GUR are handmade, held in a traditional handloom, with raw tirela (rag), embossed technique or over layers of colours, finishing with basic sewing. GUR focus on tradition, allowing to discover the expansion of artistic forms using traditional materials and techniques of the history and culture from Portugal."

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