Find me at Striped Cat Studio!

QUICK UPDATE:¬†Since publishing this post I’ve received far more likes and follows on 3S than I expected, having been absent for so long! If you like this post, have enjoyed 3S’s content, or just discovered 3S, please follow Striped Cat Studio–all new posts will be located there, and 3S will no longer have new content. … 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

Bits & Pieces: Jolly Edition

1. Cat and dog illustrations, lively pastel hues, and whimsical painterly brushstrokes: Jolly Edition is undoubtedly a new favorite illustrator. While colorful luggage and minty green vespas may bring a smile to my face, greyhounds in coats and dachshunds going for brisk morning walks are by far the most¬†irresistible of Jolly Edition’s playful offerings. 1. … Continue reading


I’m not much of a movie person (I prefer television by a mile), so referring to a movie as one of my favorites holds quite a lot of meaning for me–after all, I don’t particularly like most movies I see, but the few that I enjoy will be re-watched endlessly for many years. That said, … Continue reading

Bits & Pieces: Kari Herer Photography

1. Let’s talk a little more about Kari Herer, shall we? While I already featured her hybrid illustration-photographic pieces in yesterday’s post, the floral-ink combinations I chose to show yesterday only scratch the surface of her enchanting photography. Usually, I’m not a fan of floral arrangements–they’re fussy, with an ornateness that doesn’t fit into my … Continue reading


My major in college was officially titled “Humanities: Studies in Interdisciplinary Culture,” a fancy way of saying my department specialized in not quite being able to choose a single category to study. Maybe that’s why I’m attracted to the spectacularly eclectic intersections of photography, floral art, and illustration I’ve been seeing lately. Kari Herer’s flower … Continue reading

Rainy April

I’m at my old college this weekend, and it’s pouring rain. Unfortunately, Scripps and the surrounding areas weren’t designed with optimal drainage in mind–that’s one of the main courtyards above, and I think you can see what I mean when I say rubber boots would be necessary in any crossing attempts. It’s a good time … Continue reading

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