Posts Tagged ‘ kids ’

archi x me

July 12, 2011

this past weekend a friend asked me to model some clothes for her sister-in-law who was in town shooting her winter lookbook. pretty exciting to find out it was for a popular japanese women’s and kid’s line, archi! we wandered the mission looking for a good place to shoot (haus coffee shop, my favorite...
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this is life

July 8, 2011

miroslav sasek‘s books and illustrations have been blogged about like mad in the past few years, but who can blame us? his lively use of color and line and quaint observations of the places he illustrates make his work so loveable and timeless. several of his books of the “this is” series have been...
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if you build it…

June 17, 2011

kurt naef was a swiss woodworker who designed all kinds of incredible toys and puzzles with basic shapes and colors that have now grown to have a cult status with collectors and design nerds. known for their simplicity and beauty, the geometric shapes can be combined and stacked and turned into different patterns and...
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playtime

March 5, 2011

playgrounds in the states are so predictable- kid and baby swingsets, monkey bars, a single plastic spiral slide and a tire swing, if you’re lucky. but those living in atlanta are lucky to play on something a bit different- the piedmont park playscape, designed by isamu noguchi, a japanese-american artist. built in 1976 with sponsorship from...
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