Posts tagged design
Artist Feature: Cait Courneya

Cait Courneya is an illustrator, painter, and surface designer living and working in Minneapolis, MN. She is soon to launch her Fall 2018 collection of new products, prints, and textiles and I can’t wait to see what kind of dreamy goodness she shares next. Read a little more about Cait and drool over her work in this blog post.

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An Open Love Letter to the Sunday Edition of the New York Times

Like many adults in the fall I always find a replenished desire to learn, grow, and stretch myself. To "Get back to it."  So when the lower humidity hits and the temperatures begin to lower, I find myself attracted to learning, to soaking up new information, all in the quest of feeling re-invigorated, 'with-it', and decidedly scholarly. Enter the Sunday edition of the New York Times. It's economical use of space and flimsiness of ephemeral newsprint should not fool you - this is dense stuff.

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WEAR: Pre-Fall 2017 and the Meta Trends to Expect

If you're buying anything new this year, consider a bold coat or accessory in the season's favored forest green or sophisticated olive kahki. Not only are these colors completely classic and season-less, they'll be incredibly on-trend come spring and into fall. The Pantone color of the year may be Greenery, but the sophisticated apparel answer to this trend is certainly shades of rich kale for a more neutral, luxe, and fashion-forward approach to this rejuvenating color. 

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PIONEERS: a new category covering tech, social, and design

The spirit of innovation and fearlessness of those who moved West in the first place shares so much in common with the innovators of today.  Both camps of individuals were welcoming of change and dismissive of past traditions. Both were willing go against the grain and take major risks in the hopes of creating something better for themselves and for the future of their families. 

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