Alfalfa’s Handywork

Uruguayan street artist and muralist Nicolás Sanchez aka Alfalfa was commissioned to bring some pizazz to the “El Viajero Hostel” near Punta del Este, Uruguay See more of this beautiful little building after the jump found...

New Work By Tyson Anthony Roberts

I got an email today from painter Tyson Anthony Roberts showing off some of his newest works. His work has been getting a little airier and drippy. For some reason this recent set of paintings...

365 Collections

This is such a cool concept! On her blog A Collection A Day, artist and illustrator Lisa Congdon photographs (or draws or paints) one collection every day of 2010. The amazing thing is that...

Super Bowl Yum-Yums

MMMM mmmm mmmm…. Yesterday for the Super Bowl festivities we made some pretty scrumptious food: Ina Garten’s sliders and Bakerella’s cake balls. The sliders were divine. We used Hawaiian rolls for the buns and topped...

Vans and the Places Where They Were

I’m loving this groovy series by photographer and filmmaker Joe Stevens. He documents vans in their native West Coast habitat. The artist states: “Vans and the Places Where They Were documents surviving custom and conversion...

Magnhild Disington’s Deep Sea

The Deep Sea collection is a collaborative danish Kolding School of Design project between textile designer Magnhild Disington and fashion designer Emma Jorn. These conceptual “sea creatures” are all handmade and really evoke the...

Designer Rubbish

Designer Trash bags. I’m not sure how I feel about this. On one hand I’m amazed by the technical craft of these couture Louis Vuitton handbags. They are a coated canvas posing as plastic...

Arial & Helvetica Duel

Even though these two typefaces are nearly identical at a glance, I just feel like Helvetica has that ‘lil extra Swiss sexiness. Maybe it’s because Helvetica was made with grand intentions of a universal...

Succ it Up.

Here at the Bear Cave (meaning our apartment… yeah, just roll with it), we love succulents. LOVE them. (See: My wedding bouquet. Actually, pretty much our whole wedding.) So, I was kind of ridiculously excited...

Facts About Projecton

This is a fascinating and poignant soliloquy of British 35mm film projectionist, Temujin Doran. I found this beautiful little video over on Kitsune Noir. You might also like: Kit Grill Islands by The xx Inception