Nov 30th, 2010
We are smitten with
Stella McCartney‘s floral ensembles from her Spring 2011 collection, inspired by 18th and 19th century botanical prints. The studies by notable botanists Robert John Thornton and Pierre Joseph Redouté are so incredibly lovely and vibrant that we too were inspired to add a bit of floral flair to our own clothing.
– an old jacket or blazer (we used a vintage army coat)
– iron on transfers for dark clothing- botanical images (we used images from
– a printer
– a pair of scissors
– an iron
Nov 29th, 2010
I am loving fashion illustrator
Coco’s line of large silk scarves. Each scarf in her Forget Me Not collection has been originally hand drawn by Coco and digitally printed in small quantities in Europe. How can you not love anything inspired by Surrealism, esoteric imagery and fairy tales?
(Forget Me Not Scarves $260-370)
Nov 29th, 2010
Chris Jordan explores the phenomenon of American consumerism by making large-format, long-zoom artwork from the most mindblowing data. Cans Seurat depicts 106,000 aluminum cans in the form of George Seurat’s 106,000 being the number of cans used in the US every thirty seconds. Mindblowing indeed. A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte;
(images from Chris Jordan)
Nov 27th, 2010
Nov 26th, 2010
These are just a few of our favorite things to give (or receive) this year. I mean,
everyone needs a Molinillo, no?
(Clockwise from top left: Set of 4 Agate Coasters $25, Pendleton San Miguel Pillow $98, Molinillo Mexican Hot Chocolate Frother $15, Brass Shell Bowls $26-$365, Emsemble Music Poster $30, Fuji Mini Instax Instant Camera $158, Hello Kitty x Mimobot USB Flash Drive $35, Black Ram Shot Glasses $27, Fringed Concho Medicine Bag $35, Missoni Cashmere Gloves$204, Opera Glasses $40, Iosselliani Skull Fringe Earrings $195, Kleen Kanteen $18, Yoshimoto Cubes $60, Urbanears Earbuds $50, Gypset Style $45,)