Working in Hawaii this month. Had to leave the tundra behind.
February in Minnesota is not fun.
Living on a farm on the Big Island is paradise by comparison. although waking up to roosters crowing isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of a tropical island. Or having to wait for a huge wild pig to cross the street…awesome change of pace.
I’m digging the trend. Maybe it’s my days spent on the mostly black, white and grey tundra in Minnesota. The brights feel too bright. Pastels are feeling just right. Check out the ballet pink bike from Shinola in Detroit. Amazing things they are making! Toilet paper and pastel, why not? Lucas Zarebinski. And lastly, my venture into oil painting. Ha! Yes, more tea cups.
I’m noticing all you viewers based in Brazil. Curious. Tell me what you are working on!
I’ve had time this week to play. Inspired by illustrator Brian Cairns. His work made me wonder what I would do if I could design packaging for cat food. LOL! Who does that? I guess I was born to be a designer : )
I love my vintage Paul Smith kitten heels. Even the shoe box is cool. Bold solid yellow outside, multi-colored stripes on the inside.
Working on an installation for dancer Sally Rousse. She is having a celebration this weekend to honor her career with James Sewell Ballet, her 50th birthday and her transition to whatever comes next!
Jeff’s typography blows me away. You can see an overview here. Tell me it doesn’t make you want to grab a brush and start lettering!
thank you David Shrigley.