Friday, October 30, 2009

you sure ain't a hasbeen...

Swedish Hasbeens, how can I get you in my life?

Wednesday, October 28, 2009


These necklaces would be perfect for that spot of color in my grey, black, and blue wardrobe.

via oh joy

B.I.L.Y (because i love you)

last week i went to Los Angeles to visit my family and to attend a wedding of two amazing people.

here are clips of my weekend via iphone aka sorry for the bad quality.

where the wild things are at the cinerama dome (where i spotted john krasinski and emily blunt!), charley harper at the buck house, the rehearsal dinner-catered by taco truck (how awesome), poster of pinky as falcor, a collaboration between garrett morin and me, wedding ceremony was held in flo and steph's backyard serenaded by a mariachi band, wedding reception was held at the marvimon house, an amazing private garden space in downtown l.a.

Thursday, October 22, 2009

A place called home

I worked with Forest in doing a small series on the idea of "Home" for the new Faesthetic and the new issue is out.

Issue #12 showcases 128 pages of original "Home" themed art from 35 artists. Featuring high quality 2 color offset printing, original cover art by Maya Hayuk, inside cover art by Dan Funderburgh and a feature & recap on our installation exhibit "This Must Be the Place."

I'm making what I submitted into a zine soon so look for it in the future.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Remedy me this

One of my favorite food bloggers, Kelly from eatmakeread along with her husband Aaron from Objective Subjective and a couple of their friends are starting up this great magazine. Remedy Quarterly is stories about food and recipes that go with them. I'm really excited about this magazine, I love food, magazines, and the indie labor of love. You can help them print their first issue by pledging as little as a dollar (but hopefully more!) on Kickstarter!

Here's a sneak peek from their first issue. Keep print alive by supporting them!

Monday, October 19, 2009

Daughters of Dawn

I love the name Daughters of Dawn and I love the lookbook even more. If I could rock that peacock dress I would... Check it out.

I could definitely rock this look though!

Friday, October 16, 2009

gush a fountain

I guest blogged over at Le Petit Choue, once again gushing over Dead Man's Bones/Ryan Gosling who I got to see last night! Amaze BALLS!

photo by hama sanders

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Lov, Sara and Seonna

Seonna did the artwork for Sara Lov's video. And on this gloomy day, it is truly fitting.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Partner in Crime

Happy Birthday to my favorite libra, fellow num-num partner in crime, bestest roommate, and just all around truly amazing friend. I hope your cray-cray brain remains in tact.

Monday, October 12, 2009

forget me knot

Love these knotty, nautically, rope necklaces from Michelle Lane.

via oh joy

Friday, October 9, 2009

Foreverever in Mind/Spirit

If you are in the Long Beach, CA area go see this amazing show with Joel and Chris Bettig at DDR Projects. It opens Friday, Oct 9th 7-10pm. I've seen Joel's giclees and they look amazing not to mention how rad his new video (soundtracked by him and his friends) is.

DDR Projects
3403 East Broadway
Long Beach, CA 90803

Wednesday, October 7, 2009


Excited for the Flea Design Co-op this Saturday at the Brooklyn Flea. Guess I'll be eating a pupusa and shopping the flea!

free goodie with purchase, what?!?!

176 lafayette ave. (btw. vanderbilt + clermont ave.)
every saturday, 10am-5pm

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Whim and Whimsy

One of my favorite moments is when you're walking through a book store or a library and you find something new. And I realize, it may not be new to most but its new to me and it feels like a discovery!

This book jumped out at me, "The Whimsical Works of David Weidman," published by Gingko Press. Pretty retro, pretty rad.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Collector's Edition

Heather turned me onto this site and a great collection of inspiring images which are then organized by color. Talk about obsessive compulsive but in the best possible way.

The creator of the site, Joanna Bean has a portfolio of her own awesome works, Weareafterall.