June Inspiration

What screams June more than dips in a pool, striped beach umbrellas, bright blue skies, and a world bursting with a rainbow of popsicle-inspired neons? If anything, it’s pastel soft serve swirled into a waffle cone. With weather gentler than July and more conducive to outdoor activities than May, June is one of my favorite … Continue reading

Severina (for all mankind)

I’ve had a busy week since you last heard from me, but I haven’t disappeared entirely! My time has mostly been filled with meeting new people, and better yet, reuniting with not-new people. So until things slow down, enjoy these hand knit stuffed toys by Severina Kids. I know the brand is Severina┬áKids, but who … Continue reading

Wood vs. Stone

I’ve always had a fondness for necklaces adorned with wooden pendants, but recently crystals and raw diamonds have also captured my attention. Son of a Sailor’s new Karve jewelry collection marries the beautiful tone and texture of a carved wooden necklace with the faceting and sparkle of natural stones. Each one-of-a-kind necklace is hand crafted … Continue reading

Bits & Pieces: Pigeon Toe Ceramics

1. After spending five hours a day, four days a week in a rather intensive wheel throwing ceramics class two summers ago, my mind will forever link pottery with the summer months. That association has only been amplified after seeing Pigeon Toe Ceramics‘ fresh, minimalistic, bright white planters and tumblers. Soft curves and dimples add … Continue reading

Summer Vacation

The summer solstice remains weeks away, but as far as many people are concerned, it’s summer. Memorial Day (in my opinion the most relaxing of the patriotic holidays–all the fun of a day off with none of the July 4 pressure) marks the unofficial beginning of sunny, chlorine-scented days separated by short, warm nights. What … Continue reading

Pack a beach bag…

It’s finally summertime, and I’m ready to jump in the car and head to the coast…but for the first time in a while, I’ll be staying close to home for a while. Any ocean side vacations I take in the near feature will be to my imaginary beach: the one with soft sand, plenty of … Continue reading

Bits & Pieces: Pop Chart Lab

1. You may not wear skinny jeans or Buddy Holly glasses (sans working lenses, of course), but even if you merely toe the hipster line, chances are you’ve seen the work of Brooklyn-based graphic design house Pop Chart Lab. Founders Ben Gibson and Patrick Mulligan have seemingly perfected the art of the infographic, while seamlessly … Continue reading

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