tuesday’s girl: old fashioned inspiration.


araks studio, via cool hunting. even though my main manner of keeping track of what inspires me is pinterest, i still love a good old, scrappy inspiration or mood board. i like tearing out my favorite images from magazines and catalogs placing them in a collage together in an aesthetic way that really pleases my eye. i like pinterest for organization and bookmarking my favorite... 
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the art of vintage paintings.


heather bullard. as you may have seen in the past, i’ve long been a collector of vintage paintings — my preference being the painted portrait, but i love the look of all varieties of vintage paintings. i like their bit of whimsy, never taking them too seriously (because let’s be honest, sometimes old paintings can be just a little weird), they add character... 
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vacation days – a new show.


if you’re in the bay area this weekend, artist hamish robertson has a new show up at little paper planes. hamish’s Vacation Days will be in residency at San Francisco’s Little Paper Planes from August 2 to September 7, 2014 where he will be showing new work, offering prints, accessories, and his collaborations with Lauren Spencer King, Ben Jones, Andy Spade,... 
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tuesday’s girl: grace lee illustrator.


i came across the illustrations of grace lee on pinterest and felt an instant connection to her work. Grace Lee is a freelance illustrator from Sydney, Australia, currently based in Tokyo, Japan. Her work includes illustrations for Anthology, Figaro, and Stella magazines and prior to moving to Tokyo, grace was an editorial designer at Inside Out magazine. she’s also... 
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Archivast is a new website that partners with notable, iconic people from art, design, film and fashion to curate galleries from the world’s leading photo archives–from newspapers, brands and museums. The brand unearths forgotten images and sells them via experiential pop-up galleries and online. All the images are available in limited edition runs of 100 so they retain... 
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