Todd Hunter’s series of oil paintings, entitled “This Perfect Day”, make me yearn for late-summer picnics and warm fall days. I’ll have to come back to these often now that there’s a wintry hold over my part of the world! LINK: www.todd-hunter.com
Author: Capree Kimball
I discovered Sarah Thirlwell’s incredible vases through Pinterest (Are you on there yet?? Holy of holies, get on that.) and lost all sense of time and space for a few moments… until I clicked through to her portfolio, wherein an entire collection of hand-turned vases exploded onto my monitor accompanied by — Continue reading
Be still my beating, Mid-Century-loving heart! These colorful illustrations by Austin-based artist Linda Ketelhut are downright fabulous, don’t you think? They definitely need to find their way onto my walls, STAT! Prints by Linda Ketelhut: $20 – $65 [via Jill Browning] More pics after the jump!
Sass&Peril, a design studio specializing in modern screen printed goodness (which we introduced to you last year), recently launched a new collection of holiday cards for the 2011 season! They’re just as bold and charming as ever, don’t you think? Check them all out right here. Screen Printed Holiday Cards — Continue reading
Two of my favorite things in one?! I’m in heaven. Peter Clark’s highly detailed (and highly creative) dog collages are at the top of my “things that complete me” list. I don’t know if he takes commissions, but wouldn’t it be awesome to have a custom collage portrait of your — Continue reading
I had the great pleasure of meeting Cheryl and discovering her work during the Sun Valley Arts Festival this year. Her vibrant, abstract encaustic paintings absolutely stole my breath (and my heart… and frankly, the show). I went back to her booth several times, chatted her up, and finally bought a — Continue reading
What? Oh, no, that’s okay. I can wait. You go ahead and let out that squeal of delight… Done? Cool, because I totally did the same thing when I spotted the portfolio of Australian photographer Dianna Snape. I mean seriously, these images are gorgeous. Could you imagine photographing spaces like — Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I totally want to pass flirty notes and confessions of love to these paintings by Erin McIntosh. Do you have a crush on them, too? Check ‘yes’ or ‘no’! (And then tell which one is your favorite!) LINK: www.erinmcintosh.com More pics after the jump!
Your friendly blogger is taking two days off! Enjoy some of this summer’s most popular posts: What can I say? It’s the little things that make me happy. Little things like these Tetris-inspired sticky notes designed by Ben Ambrose for SUCK UK. They’d certainly make to-do lists, notes-to-self, and memos — Continue reading
Katherine Hofmann is a Canadian ceramicist whose work features vibrant hues, organic shapes, and a certain Mid-Century flair. Her whole collection of wheel-thrown bowls, mugs, pitchers, and platters is designed to be mixed and matched – genius! Check out more of her work, or pick up a few of your — Continue reading
Originally from Spain, Boston-based artist Catalina Viejo’s series of collages are right up my alley. Using colors to convey emotions, she creates “letters” intended for various recipients. Pictured above is “Letter to My Sisters”. She also has a series of collage portraits (pictured below) as well as a beautiful collection — Continue reading
David Mramor’s abstract paintings (created using oil, acrylic, and spray paint – sometimes on top of photographs) are keepin’ me happy and inspired on this fine summer afternoon. Give his portfolio a good looky-loo and see if they don’t cheer you right up, too! LINK: davidmramor.com [via GBox // via Pinterest] — Continue reading
I don’t know what I love more: Truck’s gorgeous, hand-crafted furniture or their dreamlike product photos. Or maybe I love their philosophy and mission statement the most: “We design the kind of furniture we want ourselves, regardless of fashion. We respect the properties of the materials―wood, leather, steel―we use and — Continue reading
I just discovered Nick’s work earlier this week and boy am I glad I did! Seriously, I can’t believe I went this long without it in my life (the man’s been at it for over 15 years)! His abstract oil paintings are so vibrant and full of energy, they’re irresistible. — Continue reading
Highly abstracted, these landscape paintings by Steven Yazzie are right up my alley. Desert born and bread, I can only nod my head to Steven’s statement that his paintings seek to evoke “a feeling one might experience while standing in the middle of a canyon shaped by a million years — Continue reading
Why yes, yes I do believe I could cozy up quite well with British textile designer Eleanor Pritchard’s 100% wool blankets. I think the “Shingle” pattern in Lyme would suite me just fine. And perhaps after that, well, I’d just have to lay my head down on one of these — Continue reading
I let out an audible gasp when I saw Sonya’s rugs on Plastolux today and, because they are so utterly, completely AMAZING, I had to share them here too! Are you ready? All aboard the color train! LINK: http://sonyawinner.com [via Plastolux] More pics after the jump.
Oh hey there, side table of my dreams. I like your grain. And your powder coated legs. Wanna go… talk a little shop? Soft Side Table by CPopp Workshop (There is absolutely no info on the site about purchasing one of these bad boys, but there is a phone number — Continue reading
Um, what the awesome? I don’t know about you, but a wall full of crazy magnetic cork pegs sounds like a good idea to me. Or maybe just a few in my closet for scarves and necklaces. How and where would you use these bad boys? Cork Pegs by MOLO: — Continue reading
Oh snap. Jonathan Zawada may have just moved up to my number one favorite artist spot. I mean, there’s nothing like some abstract mountains mixed with some crazy colors to make me a little weak in the knees*. Anyone else have this… “problem”? LINK: zawada.com.au Check out more of Jonathan’s work below! — Continue reading