Wednesday, February 9, 2011

The Postcup Mug

I bought this for my dad for Christmas. Write your own message or draw your own design, bake it in the oven and have it forever. One of the cutest gift ideas I had seen at the Union Square Holiday Gift Market. The Brooklyn designer is on Etsy:


I have never been so excited about a website since facebook. Yes, I admit, I was addicted when it first came out and at times, I definitely have relapses. My new obsession is now A website where you pin whatever it is you like onto different virtual bulletin boards and can browse other people's findings. Everytime you click on the site, you find different things. It is the best way to create a recipe book, style inspiration board, list of places you want to visit, artwork and fashion you want to buy (or can dream of buying) as well as post anything you think people will be interested in as well. I am officially OBSESSED. Visit it and see my posts!

Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Kleinfeld Windows

Every time I pass Kleinfeld's on 20th between 6th and 7th, my heart skips a few beats when I see the windows for this famous wedding store. Not because of the wedding dresses, but because of the unbelievably creative designers that get the opportunity to show their talent to passers by. For a complete library of their past displays visit:

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Computer Sketches

Friday, January 28, 2011

Lacing Collection Sketches

Silhouette Etching - Washington, DC

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Scattered Light

One of the best installations in my favorite park in Manhattan. Madison Square Park is the perfect backdrop for Jim Campbell's LED light sculpture where human silhouettes flicker randomly. The artist was inspired by the constant motion in Grand Central Station. A perfect place to sit at night and watch the images of commuters fade in and out.
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