jagger was looking extra adorable today in his new shirt…
gazing adoringly up at mom :)
what a cool project…
“for the past 2 years i have visited a beautiful mound of earth that i have come to call “the hill.” each time i have come to the hill a new story is told to me as if the hill is my stage and the locals are the actors in this daily play.” – photographer, paul octavious
our team was hard at work in the web studio…
our creative director sat amongst a trail of (magazine) tears…
one of our creatives spray-painted shirts for the free people kickball team…
and swedish punk-rock group the bombettes stopped by our office to say hello!
happy april 1st! let’s start out the day and the month with a thursday poll, shall we? now that it’s getting warm out i’m taking out all my spring clothes and one thing i find i always need a new version of is a staple tank top that goes with almost anything. i could see myself living in any one of these this summer…which do you like best?
the sparkle heart tank:
the ruffleback cami:
the horizon tank:
or the sweet thing tank:
the sun is out, the air is warm and the trees outside are blossoming with pretty pink flowers that smile at the sky…
if you’d like to download the last image, head on over to our flickr page. i have it set as my background and it is making me very happy.
take a good look at this artwork…what do you think it is?
what you are seeing is the work of visual artist rosemarie fiore, who creates collage-like images by exploding and containing live fireworks to get these wild bursts of saturated color.
this might be one of the coolest things i’ve ever seen.
inspired by a painting they found on ebay and paint by numbers artwork, scott and cheryl white turned their blank wall into mural art. to do this they made a color transparency of the painting, and using a projector, traced the image onto the wall with pencil. they then created a chart of all the colors and assigned them numbers, and got to work painting! it took them eight months to complete this masterpiece but imagine how much fun you’d have doing it! read more to see some awesome photos of the white’s wall before and after.
i was looking around online last week for instructions on tie-dying easter eggs- as in this kind of tie-dye:
instead i found this. i’ve never seen this before… apparently silk ties have another purpose- they can be used to create amazingly beautiful easter eggs! i found a great tutorial on our best bites that walks you through the process.