An awesome portrait of Tracko, owner of Golden Saddle Cyclery in L.A. Ceramics by Mamiko Wada. A logo designed by Julianna Swaney for a florist in Alaska called Sticks and Stones. These wedding portraits by Leah Kua. I really want this brown Clyde Pinch Hat from Founders & … Continue reading
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If you have read this blog for awhile you will know that I am a big fan of Nikole Herriott. Based in Toronto, Canada, this talented food stylist and photographer continually churns out creative culinary projects that are beautiful and … Continue reading
Merry Christmas! This beautiful photograph by Nikole Herriott seems like the best way to begin the day.
I love this shirt by Katherine Hooker– what a delicate floral pattern. Just perfect. I think it goes well with this illustration by Lizzy Stewart. She is a genius. And these pictures by Nikole Herriott. She is also a genius … Continue reading