Boy Scout Handbook

Had this Boy Scout Handbook on my shelf for years. It became my 404 page at one point.

Logo Modernism

I’ve got more than my share of books collecting logos. But this one? This, Logo Modernism is encyclopedically chunky and wonderful.

Portland Patch Project

File under gifts that keep on giving: a year subscription to the Portland Patch Project (the Maine one, not the Oregon one). To kick it off I was able to choose my first patch and went with WHATEVER by Molly Steinmetz. Looking forward to what the coming months bring.

Tiffany’s display

Stopped in my tracks at the holiday displays outside of Tiffany’s downtown. Pleasantly thrilled to see more pop up online from the team behind them: Lab Partners on Instagram.

Assembly Room Door Table

This door repurposed as a table. Hang Over Easy in Clifton. Recommended: Chicken & Chorizo skillet, Futura

Intersections of awesome

Ran into Andrew Neyer at MiCA today. This is an intersection of awesome in my book. I seriously dig and admire all of Andrew’s work, which defies falling neatly into any single category. And Carolyn and Mike have made a wonderful shop that I’m proud to have product in. Things are warming up nicely in the neighborhood […]

Why, sure

To celebrate Black History Month, Kroger invited artisans and makers into stores to share their goods and stories. It’s a welcome side of humanity moving through the market. Marilyn inspired me to come back in after loading groceries in my car. I asked to take her portrait and she flashed a beautiful smile and said, […]

Kookabura

Every once in a while Tom gets some music in the mail that’s packaged so nicely that we ooo and ahhh and remind ourselves we really need to produce the Pure album and also make another one. In this case, it was a Merzbow CD release that initiated the conversation. Tangent lyric from childhood cropping up: […]

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