Featured Artist: Kelli Anderson

I was first introduced to Kelli Anderson’s work when Elizabeth sent me a link to Kelli’s well known Wedding Record Player invite. You can probably relate to me when I say it is very hard to come across something truly original. Needless to say, I was in awe when I saw this invite.…

Featured Artist: Jose Lopez

I initially started this blog because I was such a fan of letterpress and needed a way to connect with others I admired and also enthusiasts as well. I found that the area in which I live didn’t have a creative presence like other cities and so I had to search for it.…

Featured Artist: Cookoorikoo

Cookoorikoo was one of my first introductions into the world of beautiful yo-yo craft creations when I wrote about it here. Shana is the creator of Cookoorikoo and also the blog Shampton Industries.  Her designs are both fun and have a vintage feel, some even being vintage pieces. She creates…

Featured Artist: Allison Connell

I previously wrote about Allison Connell’s brilliant 340 Days on my post called, A Year Bound. 340days.com is a 12 month project by the talented graphic designer, Allison Connell. The project consisted of twelve hand-bound books (one each month) that were each filled with her writings, illustrations, and collages. As…

Featured Artist: Sarah Dupuis of Cricketsnappers

I have posted before (here) on CricketSnappers when I first started looking into mixed media and art journaling. CricketSnappers displayed everything I like; mixed media+inspirational words+planners=awesome. Sarah Dupuis is the mind behind CricketSnappers. Every word and image Sarah included in each planner and journal spoke to me and I knew…

Featured Artist: Tefi Designs

In my quest to learn more about yo yo crafts, I was fortunate enough to come across Tefi Designs. I will say yo yo crafts are definitely not the only thing Tefi (nickname for Stephanie) creates but it is what initially attracted me to her work. The colors she uses…

For Art’s Sake!Typeface

The weekend of Feb 18-19th (I slacked on writing this earlier!), Jose Lopez, the head of Freedom Art design studio held his art series, For Art’s Sake!, Typeface show at the Collide Factory. It was an eventful two-day art show exhibiting an amazing group of artists. It was really exciting…

My Ahhh Moment

I am in the midst of changing up my website (stay tuned!) and I came across Amanda Hawkins of Ahhh-Design and Little Bird. I was immediately drawn to her work for its detail and whimsical approach. I kept looking at her site and that’s when I had an Ahhh! moment.…