Monthly Archives: March 2011

embroidered penguin books by jillian tamaki

I know this doesn’t really have anything to do with our theme for the month, but I couldn’t resist. These are awesome: by Jillian Tamaki.

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MyeongBeom Kim

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speaking of maps…..

Another artist who makes collage art from re-purposed maps is Jason LaFerrera. Only in his case, he creates an image that pertains to the state from which the map he uses is from. Pretty clever. Here are some of my … Continue reading

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oh so fashionable to be green

reMade USA makes cool stuff, mostly bags, out of old leather jackets and lace doilies. The result is a totally unique, one of a kind item that’s stylish and green! As their website says “reMade USA was born out of … Continue reading

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re-pretty-itize

Sara and I are on the same wavelength!

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a wearable planter

By Colleen Jordan.

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your maps are always circumstance

I’m loving these repurposed vintage maps by collage artist Matthew Cusick. Speaking of repurposing, check out this adorable vintage porcelain set from Studio Violet. I absolutely love these ladies and have one of their posters hanging up in my bedroom. … Continue reading

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