Interview: OLO Fragrance

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OLO Fragrance is an Oregon-based fragrance line founded by Heather Sielaff. Long before the launch of the company, Sielaff studied varying forms of bodywork, including neuromuscular therapy, aromatherapy and Gyrotonic. Sielaff… Read on

Christopher DeLorenzo “Nude with Phone”

Christopher DeLorenzo is a Boston-based graphic artist worth following. Currently the head designer at Johnny Cupcakes, the 20-something-year-old artist is also busied by freelance work, running a Big Cartel shop, and co-producing the… Read on

Interview: Michelle Nunes

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Nunes is the new line of statement scarves by Michelle Nunes. Custom-designed in Phoenix and digitally printed in Italy, the 50×50 scarves are made on 100 percent silk Crepe de Chine. Michelle Nunes, a first-generation American whose parents… Read on

Summer in the Desert

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Every morning I walk. I wake up around 4:30 A.M. and by 5 A.M., I’m out the door. A good majority of my route involves trips into the desert. The more… Read on

Day Trippin’: Paolo Soleri’s Arcosanti

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I finally visited Arcosanti. For those who do not know: Arcosanti is an urban laboratory focused on innovative design, community, and environmental accountability.   Our goal is to actively pursue… Read on

Covey Launches Kickstarter

Covey is a soon-to-launch online boutique that will offer products by independent designers who apply ethical and sustainable manufacturing practices. Conscious consumerism. Craftsmanship. Sustainability. Slow fashion. These are driving forces for Covey founders Monica Rojas and Sarah Hicks. Rojas, owner and… Read on

Favorite Scents

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Smells are important. They can draw you toward or away from a person or place. They change moods, evoke memories and encourage action (take a shower, eat that food, like this person). Lately, I’ve… Read on

Beatrice Valenzuela, Objects by Artisans in Mexico


It’s funny how you run across artists and makers in the modern day. I stumbled upon Beatrice Valenzuela yesterday through an Instagram post on Ace & Jig‘s account. The photo was meant… Read on