PHOTO DIARY | 50 Years of Family

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Ok, so last week, the super special post was the amazing Time Capsule Interior, and this week, we are looking at an actual time capsule. My father in law is the next Vivian Maier.  He has been sitting on 30,000 family photos, in slides, taken over the past 50 years. Last year he decided to have them all digitized. My niece was in between college and work and she began to organize them, sending the … [Read more...]

Don’t Cry Over it.

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Sunday night blues ;( Hope you all had a great weekend! Mine was filled with pools and kiddie kisses and photography and polaroids and tennis and beer! Viva la Summer! (Photo from my  #absurdistsummer playdate with Shelly.) … [Read more...]

Man Candy |Ben Dahlhaus

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Possibly the most beautiful man to ever live: Cannot.Handle. The Sexy. Your welcome. … [Read more...]

My New Favorite Series / DEUCE

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Welcome to Deuce, my latest collab with Patrick Cline. Ummmm, suffice to say we love them? No, not sufficient. We have been incubating these ideas for a few months. If you follow this blog and my instagram closely (and I don't suppose that you do!) you can see traces of how and where I took these photos, and how we came up with the idea for the imagery. We called them "the splits" and "the rips" … [Read more...]

KENZO FW 2014 x TOILETPAPER

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First of all, we love KENZO. Second of all, we love TOILETPAPER. And by WE I mean the collective WE of the internet. Everyone. We all love it.  Now under the creative direction of Opening Ceremony's Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, Kenzo makes young fun exciting happy stuff. Toiletpaper makes awesome trippy, fun, edgy, exciting art. So this third installment of KENZO x TOILETPAPER, yea, we all love … [Read more...]

#AbsurdistSummer.

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Absurdism is a philosophy that claims that the humans quest for meaning and purpose is inherently absurd - because the universe is indifferent to us. There is no meaning, and if there was, we could never know it. But the human desire is to put an overlay, a map, and ascribe a narrative to life, to events and things, which is basically nuts. We all do this. Why do we need to explain away events? … [Read more...]