Posts Tagged ‘ america ’

NYNYNYNYNY

June 1, 2010

new york is always such a TRIP—-full of inspiration and new ideas and faces and equal doses of reality and unreal-ness. I’m so grateful to have had the chance to spend time in this great American city. Here’s what’s been up for the past week, it’s so hard to cram it in…: Staying with...
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passover in reno: part 1!

April 6, 2010

teresa and i drove up to reno last weekend to spend passover with my family. gassed up with free popcorn! legstretch and pitstop in nevada city for a late lunch at ike’s and homemade ice cream (ginger and chocolate) at treats, and a scenic walk around the historic downtown complete with saloon, teepee, fur...
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sunday is the best fucking day ever

March 4, 2010

tracy and i took advantage of the sun on sunday with an epic day. i went to her place for hello kitty shaped waffles and fresh-squeezed oj. we watched holi bollywood videos on youtube. then we scored some young, juicy coconuts on mission street and proceeded up bernal hill, where we slid down a...
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scenes from ny: part I I I

February 17, 2010

please don’t make me go home!!!!!!! today’s my last day in new york. i’m at the public library right next to bryant park before the phillip lim show. i’m so sad to leave, this has been an epic trip of massive endings and fresh beginnings in my life. thanks to everyone i have seen,...
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your point is what, sir?

February 10, 2010

i dont know why, but i just googled “rubber chicken”
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don’t point that thing at me!

January 30, 2010

via nypl
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you’re gonna need a bigger boat

January 19, 2010

last night i made chili + cornbread + apple pie for some friends and followed it up with a viewing of JAWS! i’m on a kick of checking classic movies out of the library that i’ve never seen, so this was the first installment. got me thinking about the beauty of sharks and their...
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40 years of torn dresses, hits of acid, and the beach!

December 7, 2009

so ive been interning in the art department at the sf bay guardian for the past few months. a few weeks ago, i was helping out at their goldies party, thrown for winners of awards given yearly to outstanding members of the sf arts community. i was honored to be briefly introduced to a...
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shaker sh-shaker

December 2, 2009

i’ve been reading more about the history of craft in america (very very very interesting!!!) and came across the shakers. known for their piety, hard work, communal living, and simple life. they were also famed for their ladder-backed chairs, incredible skill in furniture-making and their simple, humble design aesthetic. here are some fantastic shaker...
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melting pot

November 21, 2009

ruthenian woman i love looking at the new york public library’s digital galleries. check out these fantastic portraits from their collection of images from ellis island taken between 1902 and 1914. really makes me wish we still dressed traditionally. isn’t america beautiful? guadeloupean woman german stowaway (!!!) laplander children (possibly swedish) romanian piper italian...
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