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temporary tattoos

Tattly Cartolina Blooms

I have wanted a tattoo for as long as I can remember. I'm just too indecisive and I'd probably give my very southern mother a heart attack. I wear temporary tattoos sometimes to try and work up my nerve. In the last image, I'm walking in San Francisco with Julian wearing my favorite floral tattoo from Tattly by artist Fiona Richards. My go to shops to buy them are Brooklyn based Tattly and Brisbane based Pepper Ink

Stella Maria Baer

photography Stella Maria Baer
Southwest photography stella maria baer
Southwest Photography Stella Maria Baer
photography Stella Maria Baer
Stella Maria Baer
I stumbled upon painter and photographer Stella Maria Baer's work on Instagram the other day. I was completely blown away. Check her out @stellamariabaer.

new pieces

long bar necklace
I added a few new products before the holiday weekend. I hope you like them. My favorite is the labradorite beaded bracelet and the long chunky bar necklace received rave reviews at Luca's school auction. Have a nice holiday weekend everyone! 

dance + art

dustin yellin via the new york times
I went to Lincoln Center to see Paul Taylor's American Modern Dance. I loved it. The performance was so inspiring and accompanied by a full orchestra. I wish I could dance like that! While leaving, I noticed an art installation by Brooklyn-based artist Dustin Yellin. It blew me away - this tall glass structure forming a body out of tiny clippings of collage and when you moved to the side of the glass structure the image would completely disappear. I researched and found that Dustin Yellin is responsible for the nonprofit Pioneer Works in Red Hook that is both a residency for working artists and a public art space. I can't wait to go. This is what I love about living in New York City. You can be walking down the street and happen upon something amazing that excites and inspires you. Check out Artsy's Dustin Yellin page for up-to-date Yellin exhibition listings.
Paul Taylor Dance Company at Lincoln Center, March 10 – 29, 2015 David H. Koch Theater, Lincoln Center
Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation, Brooklyn, Open to the public Wed. - Sun., from 12pm – 6pm

interesting lighting