mary oliver sure has a way with words. this quote is something i have hanging up above my desk. something that keeps me motivated, and a constant reminder of why i love to blog. image found here.
Entries from March 26th, 2012
i hope you have a happy and fun-filled weekend ahead of you! i’m getting close to getting some new items added to the shop, so stick around to see some new stuff soon! this weekend seems to be one of the busiest ones yet, but soon i’m hoping things slow down a bit for me! oh, and i love these ceramics monthly covers from 1953. they are all sorts of inspiring.
images found here.
postcards, vintage dresses, web design, photography, and a whole shop to boot, the two sisters that make up the weaverhouse have got it going on! they are launching their brand new adventure, and this video is our sneak peek into what they have cookin’ . . . i must say, this is something i should keep my eye on. with my sights set on owning a shop someday, and continuing to create art, watching these ladies work their magic might be good for me to figure out what it is that i’d like to venture forward on.
i love the styling of this image, but more than that, i love the textiles in this image. that bold black & white stripe is too good to be true!
image via proud mary.
i really admire artists who can do many different things, much like debbie carlos. i first noticed her prints and posters, like the perfect twist (which happens to be my favorite!) she has successfully added two etsy shops full of her own creations. i hugely admire that!
we all know how i feel about turquoise, and these 3 pairs of earrings are all on sale from alice li! buy handmade! woo!
james and tilla waters are a couple that have fully collaborated with their ceramic wares, and i am truly impressed and inspired. but it is their work that has without a doubt caught my full attention. the soft oranges and the cloudy grays are my tones right now . . .
i was totally inspired by this photo the instant i saw it.
i love seeing an artist in their workspace, even though that isn’t what this photograph is about! (oops!) its kind of nice when anybody can look at a photograph and take away something completely different from everyone else.