Our yard has never been a top priority. When you live in a very old house, there’s enough to worry about with updating the inside to a livable condition and the yard for us had become an afterthought. Joey’s been changing all that, working over the last few weeks to landscape it into something much, much better. My favorite addition so far has been this path that he installed; it leads from the back of our house to our soon-to-be mini bar (!!) These were standard concrete that he painted white.
I finally had the change to sit down and read this article which I found thought-provoking, if not a bit alarmist in its statements. The comments are great as well.
No matter how many times I’ve moved or what I’ve gone through in life, I’ve aways held onto my record collection. I was flipping through them over the weekend and this cover by one of my favorite designers, Peter Saville stood out in particular. I love how it’s from 1987 but feels very of the moment. Timeless design, that’s something I hugely admire.
My cousin came down from the mountain and picked me up for some weekend fun. Nice sticker.
In an effort to pick up more non web-based inspiration, I flipped through an old issue of HOW and came across this beautiful image from a SCAD lookbook. So good!
I’m really happy with the way the Solestruck PDX shopping bags came out during our recent collaborations. I presented so many other designs and they chose the simplest one which when it comes to retail, is often the most effective.
And with that, I’m off for some new adventures and then hopefully heading up to my grandparent’s cabin later this weekend for Easter.