This print by Ryan Putman perfectly describes how I feel these days.
(via Dense Discovery)
It’s almost March, I know, but this hyper minimal calendar is too pretty not to share. GAH!
A wall hook I’d welcome in my home. Also comes in black.
NOT THE MOON is a pancake, digitized as a high-res, film quality scan, its texture applied to a true-to-scale sphere representation and virtually photographed with a 600 mm telescopic lens using minimal shutter and small aperture. Post-production (brightness & contrast, positive/negative) has intentionally been kept to an absolute minimum. Each variant is available as a limited edition of 100 silkscreen prints, signed, numbered and coded in reference to how minor planets are formally designated: e.g. 129 PNCK, while “1” indicates the variant/edition and “29” describes the amount of pancakes it took for that perfect one to make it all the way through and into the final edition.
Made me smile.
(I asked the internet which small shops/makers I should support. This was one of the suggestions.)
Andrew Zuckerman launched an online shop. His prints are stunning. Absolutely stunning. This Mandrill Monkey won my heart.
I am a huge fan of Zach Lieberman and am so happy to see he started selling prints now. This extruded blob won my heart. If you haven’t seen his talk from the 2017 National AIGA Conference, it’s well worth 30min of your time.
Yes to this message. Only love. Banner by Rayo and Honey.
(I asked what small shops/makers I should support. This was one of the suggestions.)
I would love this wall of clouds in my bedroom.
I absolutely love these Wooden Dowel Plant Holders. Mandi generously explains you can make your own, over on her blog, Vintage Revivals.
How amazing is this Plant Propagation Wall? Gah!
I love the idea of a Noticing Wall – a zero-pressure space for parents and kids to write notes to each other, ask questions, jot down fun things you learned, and make plans. I’ll definitely give this a try!
Please Wash Hands. Pretty, please.
A ceramic rainbow to hang on your wall? YES PLEASE! It’s by artist Lorien Stern and at this point unfortunately sold out. Let’s hope she brings them back! I am definitely wishlisting this!
Mr. Bingo’s Anxiety Circle, available as a print.
Minimal and beautiful: Brake Angle Shelf
Love this screen print by James Gulliver Hancock.
I can’t help but think that this hook is smiling.
I am feeling this pennant.
Love this print by Max Wanger called Waikiki No. 4.
A guerrilla art series of unexpected sayings on metal street signs, installed in public spaces. Love this project by April Soetarman. She is running a Kickstarter so you can get your own sign, here.