Today I’d like to introduce a new feature I’m going to call
Hey, it’s me, wearing some duds. You know, I don’t really post any outfit photos, but I think I’d like to start. I’ve been feeling pretty snappy lately, especially with the oncoming of warmer weather.
And haven’t I said before that life bleeds into art, and vice versa? The way I dress myself is totally entwined with the art and design I find aesthetically pleasing. So why not share, right?
The other point of this feature is to share all the morsels I find while spelunking the vast caverns of The Internets. Each week I’ll present the latest finds in art and design news that inspire me, and hopefully, will inspire you too.
Tally ho, shall we?
Illustrator Yuko Shimizu has collaborated with 1800 Tequila to create this illustrated bottle for a limited edition Essential Artist series. Check out the entire collection!
I love when copy machines and art collide! Thanks for sharing, Britt!
It’s true, having a plant in your work studio totally makes a difference, and here’s why. I’m making it a goal to have houseplants in every room.
The Snail & The Cyclops and I share the same love for ol’ timey things. The images here make my heart ache!
Artist Ellen Weinstein shared her studio space with From The Desk of…, and I loved this idea of a string bulletin board.
All I needed was a couple of nails, twine, and some binder clips, and voila!
Acting like a clothesline inspiration board, pieces can be easily interchanged and moved around, without all the stabbing of a cork board.
That’s it for now!