File this one under marvelous things I wish I’d thought of! My friend Veronica’s been cataloging and archiving her accountant-Grandpa’s office supplies and knick-knacks. There’s something really captivating about someone’s forgotten personal effects and I love that Veronica includes some of her own childhood memories alongside them. What a great gift to her family too!
Stuff-makin. Goodness do I love my job. More here.
Quite possibly Chicago’s first-ever street photographer, a woman no less, a very mysterious sounding Vivian Maier. I saw a mention of her on Simple Lovely and new I had to learn more. After acquiring Vivian’s negatives, John Maloof has been documenting her extensive work over at his blog. It’s fascinating to me to that John… Read more »
Sit and Read for UNIS from Part & Parcel on Vimeo. Completely smitten with Sit & Read, a small Brooklyn furniture store. The photography and the no-frills tone behind the design and all the details, and of course the products themselves have that extra something. Honestly, I could write a whole separate post on how… Read more »
Junker bike? Hardly. Designed by Jean Prouvé, circa 1941, bent steel & aluminum. Just incredible. I bet it’s a heavy, solid ride too. For the cycle-obsessed, stop by Cute & Comfortable for a week of bike themed posts. DELISH.