pressing dice

The composition was built by arranging 720 dice on the bed of the press, and ink was rolled directly onto the face of the die for each impression. on esty

via lost & fawned


nyc blizzard 2010

more photos here.


Cash & Carter


via acl


the perfect virtual pinboard

I'm in love with my Pinterest! It is the simplest way to organize anything that inspires. Also, you can pin instantly with the "Pin it" Bookmark. Thank you Cold Brew Labs for an incredibly useful tool!!


just scored prince tickets!!

tonight / msg!!

wintery mix

lovely palette posted by creature comforts, photo by Berta Pfirsich


a 'whatnot' gleeful tree...

made by dottie angel from:
- a dead branch out back
- a thrifted red bucket
- a bag of concrete in the garage
- white paint from the cupboard
- crocheted garlands i made two years ago
- vintage pot holders
- thriftstore figurines, painted
- vintage glass ornaments
- vintage cotton spools
- vintage knitting needles
- straw decorations from my box of 'glee'
- vintage button cards
- crocheted doily circles
- yarn balls from last christmas
- length of knitted cream yarn waiting to be made into a blanket one day
- vintage tablecloth
- thriftstore table painted white
and of course
- antique doilies

thanks flor!

modern ornaments

You can email a house photo to Andrew Neyer and he will make a custom ornament for $20 (+ shipping). nice.



Nice set of French wine glasses found at the Cure Thrift Store.


jay st

ikea bound


two of my favorite people in the world...

...are getting married today.

Love you and can't wait to celebrate with you tonight!!


a minestrone

To combat our first taste of winter we hit up the farmer's market and made a warm meal for our bellies.

Another fire under starry skys

Thanksgiving night under the stars, this time with the Grant Family. Congrats Ben & Julie!!

Congrats Audrey & Max

pretty seeds

coal juggling: an essential skill for life.

more lawrence family campfire fun here.


how low can your logo

How Low Can Your Logo
fuzzco - you are amazing!


sunset on skates

28lbs & under

my favorite weekend destination – the 28lbs & under dog park in tompkins square park. some major adorableness going on here.


Allo Darlin'

via 17 dots



trailer here


Louder than sirens // Louder than bells // Sweeter than heaven // And hotter than hell

Florence + The Machine's mind blowing show last night at termainal 5.
photo via the village voice


happy halloween

from tiger & elin


fine feathered friends

paper sculptures by Anna Wili Highfield – you can also watch a video short here

via: creature comforts


love these pretty little things...

ben or liz – what is this?

double rainbow


Stephen Saxe talks 19th century american type

Turning Lead into Gold: 19th-Century American Type Foundries & Their Specimen Books presented by Cooper Type


apple crisp

tasty breakfast, made with the apples we picked yesterday in High Falls.


We took a drive up the Hudson River Valley yesterday with Alex and Tiffany. Foliage was in high peak, and the weather was gorgeous!

Here's what we managed to pack in our 8 hour round trip...

We took I-87 North towards New Paltz. Our first stop was the Walkway over the Hudson (connecting Highland to Poughkeepsie). It is the longest pedestrian bridge in North America, with spectacular views of the fall colors.

Then we headed over to New Paltz, a little college town that is home to some of the oldest surviving examples of stone houses in North America – dating back to 1689! The town was bustling during lunch hour, so we just grabbed a quick bite and took off to High Falls. Note: next time bring a picnic.

We scooted down to the Scenic Mohonk Rd to High Falls (locals call it the "The Center of the Universe"). Then, we stopped by Mr. Apple's Low spray orchard to pick some fresh apples. Unfortunately, the orchard was slim pickin but we managed to collect an ample supply. Finally, we wrapped up at the high falls, and old stone mill ruins

If we had time we would of hit up the The Mohonk House and Mohonk preserve, but will have til wait until next time...


UNIQLO – triple yes!

Love Uniqlo's New Collection. I also wonder if i could pull off this shaggy do...

Katrina Ford is a dream

Chuck and I celebrated one year in NYC with Celebration (how appropriate) at Grassland Gallery, easily the best $8 spent in months. All their music is available for download under the creative commons license.


pods please

The Pod Ring from The Fells collection in sterling silver and bronze


my little sister.


hello Interhoods

find designers and developers in your hood over at interhoods!

via subtraction

EmersonMade - exactly my taste!

ill take one of each! check the flowers too!!!


Stately Lace-Ups

very nice.


comet x many

an image study


dawn + dusk

an image study


the way the coffee curdles

this has not happened in ages!! Went out for coffee yesterday, and before I could give the barista a tutorial on how to pour soy milk into hot coffee, my cup had become a science experiment with a sugar packet on the side. cry me a river.

Tips to avoid a cup'o science experiment:
1. Shake your soy milk before pouring.
2. Warm up the soy milk to room temp.
3. Pour the soy milk into your cup first.
4. Then pour the coffee, slowly.
5. Bingo - no curdles.


NYC biking police - circa 1899

gone are the days of catching runaway horses – we've upgraded to bikes.

Via Ephemeral New York



from our favorite sunset spot on the high line.


no one holds a candle...

Chuck's birthday dinner: Chipotle-Ginger Glazed Tempeh - yums! No restaurant holds a candle to Candle 79 – marvelous food, comfortable atmosphere, over the top service.


happy birthday to...

my favorite person in the whole wide world!!

love u!

tide washes in the forest

this series of images studies is for Liz Westbrook. Who kindly shared her stunning pictures of bull kelp washed up on the Pacific Coast. I couldn't decide which I liked best, so you get the whole series. enjoy~



an image study


moth & light

image study




scored these vintage beauties today.

My lil brother make a surprise visit!

enjoyed exploring NYC with you!

ambergré comes to visit

Playing a little blog catch up tonight – I've been pretty busy lately with work and a few extra special visitors! Ambergré was the first in the series, she is sooo adorable!


kind words...

kind words cost nothing but are worth much