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Friday, January 16, 2015

Thailand Part 2

Here we go with part deux showing more of the activities we did so basically just Elephant riding which was the highlight of the entire trip let's be real. We also visited a bunch of temples, one of which, the White Temple in Chiang Rai which was amazing- more of an art piece than a temple. It was so super ornate and detailed, not to mention all white, obvi. The inside was very intricately painted with all kinds of imagery including a lot of pop culture references, wouldn't you guess? MJ, Kung Fu Panda, Superman, etc. I've never seen anything like it. Lastly a sunrise Ankor Wat view and no trip is complete without an obligatory handstand pic.

Friday, January 9, 2015

Thailand Part 1

I went on a trip with my family to Thailand, Cambodia, Laos (for an hour or so), and Myanmar (a day trip). I love visiting countries in Asia and I hope to one day cross them all of my list (Seoul is definitely on my wish list for up next). What I loved most about Thailand were all of the colors (obviously). Everything was so vibrant there, the houses, boats, markets, food, and the scenery; so I had a lot of fun taking photos. Here are some of my favorite images.

Friday, December 19, 2014

Artists You Should Know: Sophia Foster-Dimino

Thrilled to highlight the work of San Francisco based artist Sophia Foster-Dimino in this edition of Artists You Should Know, because you really should! I love the color palette and simplicity of line in her work. Also an illustration major, she graduated from RISD. Below find some of my faves of her work including some snippets from her zine series Sex Fantasy which is amazing and so well done. You can read them all on her tumblr here. Follow her on instagram @hullophia and read on!

Friday, December 12, 2014

Yoga Patches

Calling all yogis (and anyone who likes cool patches)! Announcing the release of some pretty soon yoga centric designed iron on patches. We got your classic crop top bun sporting yogi getting flexy by the river, blondie stretching it out by the waves, mint ponytail feeling the shape of the mountains, and top bun redhead getting teardrop shaped in the forest. Available at Without Walls/Urban Outfitters while supplies last!

Friday, December 5, 2014

Without Walls Photo Shoot

With all of the custom bags I was working on, Without Walls asked to do a photoshoot at my studio accompanied by an interview for the Urban Outfitters blog to go along with the custom bag launch. Giant thanks to Max Dworkin for all of the amazing photos! Check out the blog post here for the full story and even MORE photos (if you can believe it) there were so many gems to choose from.