Our fab sale starts today!
It’s been nearly 1 year since our last post, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy working away on a slew of projects. We’re just terrible bloggers. We’ll be updating everyone all about this past year and all that is new in the coming posts.
Our first line of toys and eye chart prints recently made their way over to London to join Molly-Meg, a beautiful design shop for children. Molly offers a carefully selected range of furniture classics for kids, mixed with modern design pieces, and her taste is infallible.
Check out these rad chairs. Can you believe the yellow and black molded plastic chairs were originally used as car seats? A lot has changed since the 1970’s. Click on the images below to learn more about these miniature classics and to purchase.
Thanks for including our line, Molly! We love your shop!!
A couple of weeks ago my friend, Karen, and I headed to the Whitney Biennial. On our way over, we became a bit distracted when we caught a glimpse of cherry blossoms down the street in Central Park. We took a brief detour over to Fifth Avenue, and somehow managed to cross the Greek Independence Day Parade to stand below these beautiful flowering trees.
We eventually made our way to the museum and got through the long line to see the work inside. Below are a couple of images of the pieces I found most intriguing.
I was immediately drawn to the group of small paintings by Andrew Masullo. The brilliant colors are what captured my attention initially, and the forms kept me looking, transfixed. His paintings make me really happy.
Andrew Masullo, 5017, 2008-09; oil paint on canvas
Andrew Masullo, 5244, 2010; oil paint on canvas
Elaine Reichek, Ariadne’s Lament, 2009; digital embroidery on linen
Elaine Reichek, We Construct A Narrative, 2008; hand embroidery on linen
"We construct a narrative for ourselves, and that’s the thread that we follow from one day to the next. People who disintegrate as personalities are the ones who lose that thread."
Beautiful sewn fabric pieces made to look like loose paint strokes. I love when one material mimics another and sort of takes you by surprise. So clever. I need to find out the name of this artist since I forgot to jot it down. Amazing work.
Our new site just launched this morning! We’re thrilled. The process has been a really positive one thanks to our web designers and developers, Makewell. They are great listeners and made the whole experience a really fun one. You know it’s a good working relationship when you become friends in the process.
We will continue updating the site with some additional product images in the next week, so stay tuned for more developments! Click on the image below to visit the site.
We just received our hand printed eye chart in black, a classic spin on the 5-color version that will (both) be available for purchase in our shop next week! The black and white variant comes hand numbered in a limited edition of 100.
Special thanks to Kayrock Screenprinting for their continued support!