This Australian design firm is the work of Emma Cleine. Her prints and home goods are delicate and bold at the same time, with a definite Asian Slant (lilypads and mandalas).
Crystal Study No. 2 Some more thoughtful (or at least wordy) posts are coming up next week. (Also, I just realized that’s two Etsy posts in a few days. Well, I do love Etsy.) For today, let’s just enjoy the simple prettiness of these prints from Swell Papel. (More geometry, and even a little bit [Read more]
Frazier & Wing‘s mobiles far surpass standard nursery baubles. They’re exquisite works of art. Heather Frazier, their Portland-based designer, took the Blue Locket quiz this week. Her favorite artwork and artists are interesting and surprising; the dark intrigue of some of her influences makes her sweet designs all the more remarkable. Plus it’s hard to [Read more]
Saying too much about Richard Diebenkorn would be wrong. His paintings are so peaceful, so cool, so California. They’re controlled but emotional. They remind me of a brief time in my life when I lived there. How the air smells. How you always sense the ocean even when it’s not nearby. How the [Read more]
Australian artist Marnie Gilder makes the simplest, prettiest prints, always in extremely limited editions of 20 or fewer. Her color, shape, and composition are just impeccable. These pieces convey exactly the mood I’m going for in my house: serene and soothing and cool, but not cold or austere. There’s a warmth to their [Read more]
Here they are! And in honor of yesterday’s theme, more pink art. (I promise to drop this subject now.) Not always a fan of word art, but this one from Minted is sweet Pink magnolia painting from Bowerbird is all Rorschach-y Eloise Renouf print from Etsy The Castle by Ashley Goldberg (and [Read more]
Malissa Ryder print from Leif I really wanted to post some photos from around the house today. But I’m having computer problems, and I can’t seem to get them from my photo app onto this post. So imagine a lovely shot of the peonies just opening in our garden—and a just-so-stylized one of some watermelon [Read more]