next stop, Papercut Central.
scheming up a show proposal of all cut paper pieces. dreamy. hell, life is grand.
ut oh, this is precious. →
this site has some real gems. adults reenacting childhood pictures, some better than others…
lovin all up on Jody Barton
i was ogling his funny new book over at Nieves last week and was tickled pink to see him get some due love from Thrillist today, even though they’re often fratty goobers, i’m sure the love will do him good.
shipwreck in a gallery →
oooo. i would like this to be my bedroom. Sea Nymph by Josh Beckman at Machine Project gallery in LA.
oh my my my
it turns out that crocheted plants below are just the tip of the creative iceberg that is Shannon Gerard. in fact, she kicks butt all around. there’s her blog, little dog monday, which is just chock full of lovely. and then there’s this little interactive webcomic series, Unspent Love, or Things I Wish I Told You - a collection of fragments that are too short to be books and too...
plants you cannot kill
terribly smitten with this rad knitted series of Plants You Cannot Kill by plush artist Shannon Gerard. it’s going to be a big crafting weekend, i can just feel it in my bones after the mega-dose of inspiration served up to me today. Sick excited to attend Plush You! in Seattle in just a few weeks, agh.
i am a lucky bastard.
it is a hot-but-not-humid late summer day. perfect for melting into the night at a beer garden after work. a good gang of friends is meeting up tonight expressly for the purpose of boogying until our toes bleed. the weekend is already chock full o’ laid back plans with good people. and all in all, i couldn’t think of a real, valid complaint even if you had a gun to my head. ...
oh suuuhnap. the results are in. →
museum for rescued letters →
oh man. berlin is quickly rising on the dream-home-destination-for-a-year-or-so list.
this is what it looks like when i post something...
there. all done now.
i’m planning not to drink very much either, but we all know what happens...– the all-knowing Eugene, on the topic of laying off the sauce for a bit.
my goodness, i miss that fog blanket
Summer in SF series. so perfect. i remember friends concerned looks and gently asking me if i was ill the first time when i visited the east coast from SF in August </3 man, i wish NY and SF were closer (but then SF just wouldn’t be as perfect)
The very best footnote David Foster Wallace ever...
monsterbeard: 130 !
the tiny house blog →
please excuse me while i read this blog, all.day.long.