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!
but now i’m really enjoying her jewelry line, AHC. debbie carlos lives in chicago, but thanks to etsy, you can purchase her jewelry from anywhere! here are a few of my favorites . . .
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 does all of the throwing, and tilla is mainly focused on surface quality.
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.
photo by leslie williamson, for the janezic lookbook.
the inspiration is ever flowing
i know i’ve talked about ban.do before, but it is now officially one of my best things. this accessories shop based out of los angeles, started out with just handmade vintage headbands in 2008, and has pretty much become an overnight success, now making statement pieces for girls like me all over the world. hearts, flowers, sequins and pink galore, the pieces in this shop are so much fun! my favorites are without a doubt the pom pom flowers. one in every color, please!!
head on over and shop ban.do for yourself!
that is how i like my eggs — big thanks to my friend derek for these beautiful eggs!
both images from my instragram . . . you can follow right over here!
these planters by farrah sit would be perfect hanging up in the kitchen for indoor herbs. i sure wish i had time even for an indoor garden this summer. but all of these spring months of daydreaming about the perfect garden will someday lead to the perfect garden, i just know it! thanks for sharing these, farrah!
tell me, what are you planting this spring??
i miss being a student for a number of reasons, one reason being that i miss having a need for several notebooks at once. like these graphic and colorful notebooks from RibbonSquirrel.
just what i needed to see . . .