The work of
Vickie Vainionpaa made me look.
I just discovered
Femke Colaris on Instagram and I love how serene and consistent her images are. And, I absolutely adore her simple line drawings.
gradient print made me look.
(You can find a LOT of interesting prints and art in my “ decorate your walls” section?)
I noticed this drawing on
Christiane Spangsberg’s Instagram. Would love a giant version on my living room walls.
For over 15 years, Japanese artist
Tatsuo Horiuchi has rendered the subtle details of mountains, cherry blossoms, and dense forests with the most unlikely tool: Microsoft Excel. Mind blown!
There is something magical about this painting by
Tattly launched Pinky Promise by Tea Leigh. The design directly benefits Planned Parenthood of New York City (PPNYC). With each sale of the design, we donate 80% to the organization.
The Tattly Does Good collection connects artists and their designs with meaningful not-for-profit organizations to raise awareness and raise funds.
At the Museum is a new video series by MoMA in NYC that offers a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to run a world-class modern art museum.
Most of you probably don’t know this but I used to run my own design studio and my first client was the MoMA. I had the honor to design and build their Intranet 12 years ago. It was an incredible opportunity and it gave me a thorough glimpse into this prestigious museum.
Rainbow People by Eleonora Aorsio. Her Instagram posts continuously put a smile on my face.
Always lovely listening to the talented
Inspired by the way New York based
photographer Phil Toledano reflects on his creative life.
(He is speaking at CreativeMornings/NYC tomorrow. YAY!)
I absolutely adore this project, celebrating the mundane, by
creating objects from scraps.
Nick Lu, you can buy it as a framed print here.
Love this print.
Tomorrow, by by Anthony Burrill.
Now you can not only eat your vegetables but wear them too. Team Tattly just launched the
Farmer Market Set by Vincent Jeannerot. LOVE THESE!
I am feeling
I’d hang this
Floating Leaf Print on my living room walls.
Stefan Draschan spent countless hours visiting different museums in Paris, Vienna and Berlin where he would wait for visitors to match with a piece of art. Beautiful.
Cascade: A huge rainbow waterfall of dripping paint by British artist Ian Davenport. Wow.
I posted abut
The Uncomfortable Collection before. I keep going back to it. These rain boots are especially discomfort inducing. Also, this cooking pot.
Csilla Klenyánszki’s Photography made me look.
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