hollywood hills.

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Inspired by the work of Italian photographer Luigi Ghirri and his constant inquiry into the fiction of photography and the natural world, the prints in Print Club Boston’s newest Hollywood Hills collection aren’t what they seem. Each of the hand screened mountainous prints in this colorful series are actually from photos taken of the giant snow mounds from Boston’s... 
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Friday Finds

Friday Finds

Top to bottom, left to right: 1. An elegant dining space belonging to the stylist and blogger behind Stil Inspiration 2. Spotted the perfect ‘do for a lazy Sunday in a fashion shoot by Yuvali Theis for Pitch 3. Liking the idea of a quiet weekend curled up with a book 4. A carefully-considered Melboune-based floral studio and plant shop called Loose... 
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lisa congdon: a studio visit and a brand new book.

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a long while back i shared bay area artist lisa congdon’s san francisco studio with you. well, lisa congdon now lives across the bay and has a brand new (but old, loft-style) studio in east oakland. she also has a brand new book out, Art, Inc.: The Essential Guide for Building Your Career as an Artist — so it was the perfect excuse to drop in for a visit. lisa... 
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pin-worthy: gina demm

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hello folks, it’s me, mrs. french from bliss. i love a good mystery don’t you? this week’s pin-worthy pick is a bit of a mystery to me. “gina demm” is all i know. i am assuming “gina” is her name and it’s obvious she has amazing taste. the contrast between stark white and jewel tones completely draw me in…i swear i could... 
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the charming sketchbooks of monsieur philippe weisbecker.

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last September the lovely julie of pod traveled to Tokyo and found these books, well, more like pamphlets, that were published by a small Japanese publishing company. The work is by french artist Philippe Weisbecker and they are the most beautiful little pieces of ephemera. this book depicts charming Drawings of the most unusual, but intriguing little items (like girdles and... 
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