a few new things from rare device! super cool gold bird feet and a really beautiful print set by hanna konola.
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sarah left a sweet comment here over the weekend- and then i found her lovely brooklyn store, saipua. she and her mother have a shop in red hook where they make flower arrangements and beautifully packaged olive oil soap. i love the mix of old and new with gardeny flowers. i bet the shop smells so wonderful.
Posted by small stump at 10:26 AM
March 15, 2008
i have been feeling very distracted the past few weeks for a variety of reasons. i have made some decisions to try and get myself back on track so hopefully there will be a lot more work to show here in the coming month! in the meantime i have upgraded my flickr account and i'm adding lots of old and new images. it feels good to look back and see what i've done over the past two years with my little company- and think about where i go from here!
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i really like this idea i saw here this morning. sighn will cut a million of these "its ok" pieces (perhaps it will take 30-60 years...). that is some dedication. he saves the outer section of wood and numbers each one- these will be displayed together when the project is done. find out more here and you can also purchase one. the artist will be working with the arbor day foundation to plant a tree for every piece sold.
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the lovely jen at scissors paper glue is holding a shoe photo swap! sign up by march 10th by emailing her at email@example.com with your email address, blog, website or flickr account, and snail mail address. maybe you'll get my yellow flats photo!
Posted by small stump at 6:49 AM
March 3, 2008
don't forget- i'll be adding a few things to the shop at around noon today! and i worked on this project for a long time yesterday. i have a bunch of vintage plastic doll faces with many ideas for them- the first being...bunny vase cover. sewing does not come easy to me, (i admire heidi kenney so much- she can make anything) but i love trying to figure out how to make things. i was going to put this bunny in the shop but i have grown very attached to her! i hope to make a bunch more now that i have figured out my way!
Posted by small stump at 9:45 AM