Explorations and inspirations of an Atlanta transplant
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Modern Jesus – Portugal, The Man / via bvghvb

Haï Kaï Restaurant, Paris / via Flodeau

One of my favorite makers is Laos-based Passa Paa. I came across their store (attached to the amazing Ock Pop Tok) while traveling in 2013, picked up the braided-strap bag, and now get asked about it on the regular. Founder Heather Smith and her team put a modern spin on traditional Lao textile patterns, employing locals to screen print & construct hemp, cotton and leather accessories and housewares.

If you’re ever swinging through Luang Prabang make sure you visit their store, sign up for a dying and weaving class, and try not to buy all of the things.

Photos c/o Passa Paa, final photo c/o WorkLiveLaos and Tom Tavee

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Head Underwater – Jenny Lewis / via infinitycat

We’re all going to die, all of us, what a circus. That alone should make us love each other, but it doesn’t. We are terrorized and flattened by trivialities, we are eaten up by nothing.
Charles Bukowski

Up in the Air series by Antoine Rose / via flodeau

Ferm Living Autumn/Winter 2014 / via SFgirlbybay

Huntington Botanical Gardens by Brian W. Ferry

SÅGARGATAN 17 via Fantastic Frank

Home of  Nicole Futterknecht in Miraflores, Lima, Peru / photos by Vanessa Ferro / via Flodeau

Summer, please never end.

Home of Charlotte Rust / photos by Jessica Maccormick / via The Garden Edit

Osei Duro is hands down my favorite brand out there right now. Batik textiles on natural fibers like cotton and silk, produced by local artisans & garment workers in Accra, Ghana. Also, they fit like a dream. So there’s that. My fellow Boulderites can find the line at Cedar & Hyde. / via oseiduro

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