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Happy Valentine’s Day readers! I thought I’d share these modern love conversation hearts from one of my favorite tumblr artists, Sirin Thada, a cute Brooklyn-based artist that I’ve been following ever since her awkward conversation hearts last V-Day. She posts the cutest drawings on her website, and I would definitely check out her other project, I Stole This From You, where she illustrates reader-submitted stories and tidbits.
It’s official, Hannah Bronfman has the best Valentine’s Day mani ever, and yes that is nail art of her boyfriend Brendan Fallis. God, they are the cutest “fashion couple” ever.
Supersonic Electronic recently posted this awesome “Urban Geodes” project - a street art project by Paige Smith, also known as A Common Name. The project features these 3D paper geodes that are installed in various natural settings in the urban environment of L.A. I love this idea and the paralells of creating this “natural” object in a manmade space. The results are awesome, so definitely check out her blog to see more of these as they pop up.
Sometimes, mindlessly scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed actually yields good results — case in point: stumbling across the website Stay Home Club, which sells the cutest artist designed textiles. Not only does the website feature pillowcases and canvas patches (just begging to be ironed on to your favorite jean jacket), but they have felt pennants and tote bags supporting my decision to never leave my apartment until the spring. Did I mention that I currently have a thing for felt pennants? Also, I’m obviously going to love any website that will sell me a “Kawaii as Fuck” pillow case by one of my faves, Bei Badgirl. Click through to see more of their amazing goodies and just try not to spend your whole bank accont.
Judging by everything I’ve been bookmarking lately, I really am lusting after some warmer weather and a little greenery. Cue one of the homes Design Sponge recently posted as part of their Sneak Peek column. I guess when you pair a musician and a freelance designer to create a home in L.A. you get this awesomely whimsical and cozy cabin. I found it difficult to even pick just two pictures for this post; every room is impeccably arranged and adorned. (With the cutest room for their new baby!) But, as I said, I’m loving the greenery and this little room seems like the perfect place to sit back and relax. Click through to see all the amazing photos from the full post.
Thank you, Supersonic Electronic, for always showing me the best stuff to completely fangirl over. Here, a “Movie Map” of The Empire Strikes Back. Artist Andrew DeGraff creates these amazing movie map illustrations showing the lands traveled in some great movies like the Indiana Jones series and “The Goonies.” Over on his website, he’s also got plenty of amazing illustrations and interesting text and design work. There’s one particular print of the Marvel comic world that I would love to get my hands on!
NYC Watercolor by Jessica Durrant on Etsy.