doodles.

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Ana Strumpf. i don’t know where i’ve been, but i’ve never seen these doodled magazine covers before — have you? i love the idea though and it reminds me a lot of when i used to doodle the hell outta my school notebooks and pee-chee folders. i was super into it and felt like if my notebook cover wasn’t cool, well then i just wasn’t cool!... 
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connections.

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Kim Keever’s Majestic Underwater Paintings, please meet The good machinery’s asphalt series resin bracelets. i know we were supposed to be taking today off, but i just happened upon these two completely different works of art — each on its own very uniquely beautiful, but they just seemed to be connected somehow and i felt like sharing (note: i may be popping... 
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who is this fantastic frank, anyway?

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if you’ve been in the blogosphere or on pinterest for a while now, you’re probably very aware of berlin and stockholm-based fantastic frank. a real estate mogul by trade, but oh — so much more. i sometimes think of frank as some kind of santa claus, or perhaps he’s more oz like — the great wizard you never really get to see. all we see is the... 
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picture this: glittery gold.

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good monday morning everyone! we’re starting off the week with a little experimentation. i want to try some new things here on the blog in 2016, and challenge myself to break out of my box a little, and while doing so, hopefully, engage with you to perhaps do the same. so i had this idea of instead of just sharing product shots of things i love and think you will too,... 
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artisté du jour: nathalie lété.

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have you ever seen the whimsical work of artist nathalie lété? you may have, but just not realized it was her lovely work — because nathalie has a line of dishware, aprons, kitchen accessories, and even mushroom forest wallpaper at anthropolgie and has collaborated in many other art forms throughout her years as an artist and designer. Nathalie Lete lives and works... 
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