A followup to my Tuesday post about my favorite street artist – last night he and I launched the latest version of his website! Super excited to see all his work in one place (good for spending hours looking at street images and buying lots of goods!).
My new business cards for Riley Moore Studio came in the mail last week. I’m quite pleased with how they came out. The yellow is a rich jewel tone, the grey is the perfect shade of dark, and they suit me very well! (They’d better, I designed them).
Hey all, posts have been infrequent and I’m sorry for that, but not really because we’ve been enjoying summer and working on new projects. I just started my own design company recently, and have been hard at work creating and promoting. From this point on, inspiration posts will generally go to the new Totem Blog, while posts regarding our personal lives will remain here. I hope you all get the chance to check it out; thanks for listening, and happy summer!
These are so amazing. I would lean one on a vined wall for a secret garden effect.
Eleven City Diner
Another Chicago breakfast favorite.
The style of this paper wreath by haru looks nothing like our place, but I am love with it and so, am willing to look past this small fact. It has been made from vintage sheet music, gift-wrap, scrapbook paper, a clothing catalog, Japanese magazine, a variety of other books, and is cute as a freaking button.