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Sunshine Art Retreat Part I

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I know that the majority of you are stuck in a mountain of snow right now, and that temperatures are in negative digits when you wake up. I’m not here to flaunt the… Continue reading

Grossed Out By Golf Magazine

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Greetings from sunny Florida. I’m visiting my parents for the holidays and working out of my  mom’s studio while getting some valuable vitamin D. My dad is crazy about golf. I think it’s… Continue reading

5 Lessons I’ve Learned From Working for Myself

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This would be more aptly titled, “5 Lessons I’m in the process of learning from working with/for/by myself.” I spend an awful lot of time with my own thoughts in my studio, especially… Continue reading

Watch: Frances Ha

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I definitely meant to see Frances Ha when it came out in theaters last year, but then again, I’m always a little late to the trend party. (Have you seen those pretty feathers… Continue reading

News from Facebook

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I’m unprepared and I have about 15 minutes to tell you something interesting today. Thanks to other people trolling the internet for goodness and posting it on their Facebook pages, I have a… Continue reading

It’s Only/Still/Just November

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It’s November. One week into November. We just stopped talking about Halloween.   It isn’t Christmas yet.   Yesterday, I got four promotional emails from graphic designers I follow and photo printers I’ve… Continue reading

What is it about Brooklyn?

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In the past two weeks, two of my friends have decided to move to Brooklyn. They’re on opposite coasts with different reasons for moving, but the one common denominator is that everybody freaking… Continue reading

Pumpkin Painting 101

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Over the past few months, I’ve had some unique and varied custom artwork requests. The squirrel stencil. The Star Wars themed baby shower papercut. The Captain’s hat monogram. Then, my friend Olive of Se… Continue reading

The Coolest Pop-Up: Old Ache

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This summer I went on a grand wedding tour of Michigan, starting on the Leelanau peninsula way up north on Lake Michigan. It was all about pontoon-boating, lawn games, lake dips, dune jumping… Continue reading

DIY Rifle Paper Company Phone Case

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You know I don’t usually post DIY projects because I am bad at following directions, I skip steps, I cut corners and things tend to end up just a little bit less than… Continue reading

Things That Are Happening

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Nothing in particular here today, folks. Just some things that are happening out in the world that I thought you ought to know about in case you need to make small talk or… Continue reading

W.I.G. (What I Google)

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I’ve been talking about doing this post for a while, and I think it’s time to pull the trigger on it and see what you guys think about it. Those of you with… Continue reading

Check It: Jared Desimio Tote Bags

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Thanks so much to everyone who came out to Picnic Portland last weekend and checked out Fox + Fern’s terrariums and succulent gardens! We had an absolute blast and felt really good about… Continue reading

Picnic in Portland!

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Foraging, yard-saling, planting, misting. We’ve been preparing for this weekend for months. Come one, come all to the Picnic Music and Arts Festival this Saturday, August 24th from 11am-6pm at Lincoln Park (by the… Continue reading

TED Talks 101

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TED Talks: A nonprofit devoted to “Ideas worth sharing.” It all began as Technology, Entertainment, and Design but has grown to encompass tons of other topics. The talks are usually about 20 minutes long,… Continue reading