Then take me disappearin’ through the smoke rings of my mind Read More
The first time I saw these photographs by Brice Bischoff I had no idea what I was looking at. Intrigued, I read a bit more about them and was fascinated by what I learned. Read More
Eric Kvatek is an amazing photographer who we have worked with in the past, and he just recently opened a beautiful exhibition in New York City titled “Japanese Indigo: Boro.” Read More
Love doesn’t even begin to describe how I feel about these flower mandalas by Arizona based artist Kathy Klein. After carefully arranging the flowers and photographing them, she leaves them behind for others to find and enjoy. The pieces are called “Danmalas” which in Sanskrit means “the giver of garlands.” Read More
The summer solstice always conjures such rich, colorful and spiritual imagery in my mind… Read More
Some red, white and blue inspiration for your Sunday! Read More
When I first saw this rainbow colored typewriter I thought, wow that’s a really cool decorated typewriter. But I was even more amazed when I read that it is actually a painting device. Read More
Let’s swim to the moon.
Let’s climb through the tide.
Penetrate the evening that the city sleeps to hide.
– Jim Morrison
Today’s dose of creative inspiration comes from the latest exhibit over in Gallery 543 at the Navy Yard. The title, “Finished exploration of process and material to find special finishes and fixtures for future projects,” is a bit of a mouthful – but it sums up the array of materials and patterns that grace the walls as we walk to our cafeteria each day. Read More
Street Art is not something I would usually describe as delicate and graceful, but with these paper origami installations peppered throughout the streets of Paris, Mademoiselle Maurice has done just that. Read More
I first heard of photographer Davis Ayer when he did a lookbook shoot for Sugarhigh + Lovestoned, and after checking out his website I fell in love. Endless inspiration below. Read More