thoughts for a friday.

gather-journal-print-mag

daniel fischbaeck print via typo/graphic posters. for a long time, i kept hearing ‘print is dead’ and i mourned that. i love print. for many years i was actually a print production manager, working in ad agencies producing print advertising for campaigns like these for levi’s 501’s and condé nast publications. it was fun, it was tactile and it was... 
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home girls.

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the new issue of rue magazine features two of the bay area’s own home girls — bloggers erin hiemstra of apartment 34 and caitlin flemming of sacramento street. both as talented as they are tall (have i mentioned how short i feel in their presence?) the two are great friends in real life and share equally exquisite taste. rue was quite right in featuring their most... 
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thoughts for a friday.

THOUGHTS-FOR-A-FRIDAY

i know, i know. i always, since the dawn of blog time (i.e. 2006) have said, ‘oh, and happy, happy friday’. and i tried to switch it up once and there was a rebellion of unheard-of proportions. but you must know by now that of course i wish you a happy friday, so i feel it’s just a tad redundant. maybe, instead i can leave you with a few parting and useful... 
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coffeeklatch | creative chitchat.

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i stumbled upon a wonderful website this weekend (as the rain poured down in san francisco, rendering us all house bound) called coffeeklatch — creative chitchat. i even love the name — much like the selby or freunde von freunden it’s a site that features creative people and the fascinating spaces they occupy. whether it be their homes, or their studios so... 
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rue is new.

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the february issue of rue magazine has hit the online stands, and it’s got some beauuuutifully photographed home tours. there’s a few in this issue i got pretty envious over, including the fabulous dining room below. here’s a sneak peek of the all new rue, but go have a look-see for yourself. the new issue is online here for your viewing pleasure!  
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