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Had to add this thing.  I love the font and layout.
Sep 30

Had to add this thing.  I love the font and layout.

Sep 30

Dagobert Peche and the Wiener Werkstatte are two of my great loves.  Peche was incredibly talented in a number of arenas, and didn’t draw distinctions between disciplines. I love the designs for teapots that seem a little wonky, but still beautiful and exact.  Also he’s designing these very delicate things - he even made lace later on - but they don’t seem overly feminine. Thanks to www.venetianred.net for the images

"Originality is a device that untalented people use to impress other untalented people, and protect themselves from talented people."

- "The Recognitions" by William Gaddes

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Sep 23

Yura Yura Teikoku “3x3x3”  I used this song for the runway presentation of my senior collection at CCA.

Sep 23
Sep 23
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Sep 23

Finished sketchbook today.  This is always a big deal for me because I tend to lose them (and kill my own heart) or lose interest (possibly even worse).  I love the thick, sturdy paper of this guy tho, so I have another one that’s the exact same, only black.  
Mar 18

Finished sketchbook today.  This is always a big deal for me because I tend to lose them (and kill my own heart) or lose interest (possibly even worse).  I love the thick, sturdy paper of this guy tho, so I have another one that’s the exact same, only black.  

#Juhani Pallasmaa is one of my favorite architects for his obsession with “hapticity” or the physical, sensual experience of a place.  I read his book “The Eyes of the Skin” and realized that was how I wanted to make clothing.  
Mar 12

#Juhani Pallasmaa is one of my favorite architects for his obsession with “hapticity” or the physical, sensual experience of a place.  I read his book “The Eyes of the Skin” and realized that was how I wanted to make clothing.