Sneak Peek – goodies for the Bazaar this weekend (via Heath Ceramics)

Pops, J, and I stopped into the Sausalito shop today and I picked up a bunch of good stuff. It looks like I got the last orange bud vase they had. They were all out of those amazing key chains, hopefully those will become available again. There were far too many wonderful items to choose … Continue reading

Jonathan Saunders

I usually won’t do to much of a fashion-y thing here but I keep coming across the Jonathan Saunders Spring/Summer 2010 show and it really couldn’t appeal to me more. The colors (and their combinations together) combined with very simple, classic shapes are just so great. Also being short a camera is making me feel … Continue reading

Art Heart: Rocks

My vacation was a very rock heavy experience, Joshua Tree has the most amazing rock formations that make you want to start rock climbing, but I have become fascinated with rocks, had themĀ on my mind even before I left. I stumbled upon the work of Catherine Willis and would love to have one of her … Continue reading

Sewing Machine Saga and (minor) Camera Catastrophe

Over the past few months, ever since testing out MCM’s sewing machine, all I’ve wanted to do was get my own machine and start figuring out what craftiness I’m capable of. I looked online, comparing different models. Looked at what all the creative people I admire were using. But then I was very nicely surprised … Continue reading

PS –> JT –> SEQ –> OAK

Days 5 + 6 – Loving all my time at the Ace Hotel especially the cushy bed… …and gloriously cool and wet pool. Sunday morning, no surprise, I had the pool all to myself for an hour. Lots of rocks in Joshua Tree. Native American petroglyphs, some of which have unfortunately been painted over so … Continue reading

OAK –> YOS –> BSHP –> PS

Day 01 – Golden California hills on the way to Yosemite, inspired by Lee Friedlander. Day 02 – Morning view from Crane Flats campground and atop Olmsted Point, Yosemite. Tenaya Lake, it really was that clear and blue. Stuck a toe in but no time for more than that. Must go back someday! Rock formations … Continue reading

Photo of the Day

Just a quick Palm Springs update with some great photographs from Robert Doisneau’s ‘Palm Springs 1960’ book.

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