Beautiful. I want to toast something so special with two of these.
I’ve got butterflies. I think I could pull this off.
I don’t have any children in my life to buy for, sadly. I see cute things all the time and wish I could give it to some sweet little face.
If I did! I would give him/her these fun blocks by Miller Goodman. Granted, whoever “styled” this shoot was pretty creative, making lots of fun animals with these blocks (scroll through the photos!), but I would LOVE to see what creatures a three year old would make. So fun.
Sometimes I just want to throw some crayons and paper at a toddler and watch in awe.
Ahhh yes. It’s cold today in the NYC, and slushy slippery sidewalks are keeping me from doing anything.
Allow me to take this moment to revisit my love for all things Dedon. (They have a showroom in Soho by the way. Went there for a party once.) Anyway, everything they make pretty much makes me want to live way beyond my means as quickly as possible in a hanging pillow-filled seat of relaxation. Ahhh, to be cat-like, naps in the sun, watch the clouds roll by…
I love this concept. A video processed in code to generate a pattern.
The videos are of specific Brooklyn neighborhoods. So it’s like wearing a very abstract image of a neighborhood. The Dekalb Market by The Brooklyn Block.
I’m inspired by the repetitious and minimal patterns that are coming out of processed codes and electronic glitches. Prints, rugs, blankets, now scarves. I appreciate a super technical process creating a beautiful abstract image. Pure image dissected and then put back together again. I love how it all feels so deliberate and random at the same time.