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Posted by: on March 12th, 2010 | Tagged with: , , | Comments (1)

Vogue Bambini Oct 1986.

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Posted by: on January 18th, 2010 | Tagged with: | Comments (0)


So loving this. From Vogue Bambini Jan/Feb 1981. I really want this hat  – it’s great with the volume of the coat layered with the high, frothy neck.
Cable knit leggings I might add..

Posted by: on November 11th, 2009 | Tagged with: , , | Comments (0)

this is fun chris long

this is fun chris long

This coloring book was an adorable take home from a Chris Long exhibit at Gallery Hanahou.

Posted by: on September 1st, 2009 | Tagged with: , | Comments (0)

david hockney style

david hockney style

david hockney style

david hockney style

I have always insanely adored the style of David Hockney, someone at Vogue Bambini agreed and created this fantastic editorial. The magazine is from the 80’s, but the spine was broken, so I’m not sure which year or month. This almost makes the prospect of dressing a son exciting (as long as you can find a ton of tiny ties).

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Posted by: on June 16th, 2009 | Tagged with: , , , | Comments (0)

chorizo pumpkin pizza

If I could transport myself any place tomorrow, I’d be back at the Story Deli and beautiful shop in London, having crispy chorizo and pumpkin pizza with my friend Dana and her adorable baby Bea.


The amazing concept store run by Anne Shore. Read more here.

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Posted by: on May 12th, 2009 | Tagged with: , , , , , | Comments (1)


I found these on a website that no longer exists. A second-grade teacher posted some of his students’ work. I think these drawings were illustrations of different expressions that people sometimes use. These two drawings were for “daredevil” and “a duke’s mixture.”

Posted by: on April 8th, 2009 | Tagged with: , | Comments (0)

My entire life I have admired Ed Emberly for making illustration accessible to just about anyone with 6 fingers (including thumbs) and basic motor skills. Somehow this kid found a way to mess it up!


Seems straight forward enough right?


An admirable but try but still TERRIBLE!  This kid must have terrible parents! Don’t worry it gets much, much better . . .


If it were up to me I’d pick the owl, but I’m not trying to escape challenges in my life especially not this early on. So lets take the easy route.ee042

This looks like a giant pink Jack-o-Lantern with green nipples in its mouth.!  And what is that thing in the bottom corner did this kid actually have to take two tries to suck this bad?


Now for the greasy wax money shot!


Really?  You need two pieces of paper for this horror?  Poor old Ed Emberly.  I can only assume this is some kind of sick joke meant to insult my childhood icon, and I’m left picking up the pieces, again. This kid could have at least drawn the mouth or stuck to one color.  I’ve never seen an orange whale in my life.  Maybe these parents should chill on the acid laced bottle feedings and reexamine their own lives. Sick-os!

Posted by: on April 7th, 2009 | Tagged with: , , , , , | Comments (0)