A collection of images I like looking at.
What started as a fun New Year's Eve project turned into Fauxfelle - a passion for creating the perfect clothing piece artist Francesca Quintano always wanted. Faux fur coats and accessories hand made in Los Angeles. Because every person has the power to look and feel fabulous.
FEAST YOUR EYES is a new, intimate dinner-and-a-movie concept conceived by Bret Berg (formerly of Cinefamiy, Mindwebs) and chef Gary Campbell (Thank You For Coming, Elf, Cinefamily's "Source Family and "Junk" pop-ups), with event production support from Katharine Relth (the IDA, Outdoor Movies in Atwater). The pilot event, titled "Funeral For a Nic Cage Meme, or, Cage-Free," was hosted at a private residence in Silverlake and explored fourth-dimensional takes on the worlds of seafood and poultry, per Nic's new life as a "carnalvore." Before a feature film presentation of Red Rock West (1993), guests experienced a four-course meal during a curated video tour of "Cages Through the Ages," a piece edited specifically for this event which mines Cage's most potent, believable and exciting onscreen moments.
Los Angeles based mens fashion blogger, David + Goliath.
Armed with a Sharpie and a love for printing letterpress, Adam Smith launched Life Is Funny Press in 2009. Each card is printed by hand on an antique letterpress using 100% tree-free paper, paired with a recycled colored envelope, and packaged in a cello sleeve here in lovely Los Angeles.
Design duo Shannon Wollack and Brittany Zwickl of Life.Style. create stunning interiors (and a few neon signs here and there).
Los Angeles based painter, by way of Tennesee.
ASHKAHN (pronounced ash-con) is the studio & company of artist, designer, illustrator, art director, director, stationery prince and all around bon vivant, Ashkahn Shahparnia. Ashkahn lives in Silver Lake, California and works in Downtown Los Angeles.
Connoisseurs of correspondence and self-proclaimed traditionalists, Chelsea Shukov and Jamie Grobecker believe that personal stationery makes a deep, lasting impression. These close friends and graphic designers founded Sugar Paper in 2003 after falling in love with the simplicity and nostalgia of letterpress printing. Their mission was simple: to design exquisite social stationery that would be a distinctive stamp of style for their chic clientele, and shine a spotlight on a beautiful and underappreciated art form.
Really, truly, honestly, the most delicious caramels you will ever chew.