If vintage maps are your thing, then you’ll dig British artist Elisabeth Lecourt‘s Les Robes Géographiques series. Folded from old maps of San Francisco, Dublin, Conneticut, Jerusalem, Los Angeles, London, and New York, these small-scale, pleated dresses would make the perfect gift for any map lover.
Current obsession? Pinky rings. Bittersweets‘ dainty Club Pinky Rings, to be exact. Our favorite jewelry purveyor, Catbird, is giving away a set of these customizable 14k gold rings for you and your bestie so that you, too, can join the pinky club. All you have to do is like them on Facebook for a chance to win. You honestly won’t want to miss out on this one. I pinky swear.
After thrifting a Blue Boy painting for $3, I soon discovered that it was actually a paint by number piece! This techinique began in 1950 when Max Klein, of the Palmer Paint Company, got together with artist Dan Robbins to make “everyman a Rembrandt”. By 1954, more than twelve million paint by by number sets had been sold. I think it’s about time to buy a kit, pick up a brush, and stay within the lines. I mean, how hard can it be?