Monthly Archive:: July 2010
Pink Blue Project by Korean photographer JeongMee Yoon. When his young daughter only wanted to wear pink, Korean photographer JeongMee Yoon decided to explore the connection between consumerism and color preference. How much are girls and boys influenced with their color preferences by what’s available to them? Seemingly a lot. It just
Hey everyone, are you ready to Express Your Creativity With Tea? We’re now on Polyvore, which is the leading community site for online style. Using the site’s virtual styling tool, you can create unique sets that are digital collages of clothing, accessories and lifestyle products. Here’s how it our Back-to-School Express Your
At Tea, we really believe in going there and bringing your kids. On the Public Bikes blog, there’s an interesting discussion and observation about biking with your kids and how easy and popular it is to do in Copenhagen and Amsterdam. PUBLIC wants to “Rethink The Way We Get Around” and we
Hajduk Split is a Croatian football club, one of the most popular in the country. If you had World Cup fever like we did here at Tea, you learned that the whole world calls soccer “football.” Croatia is one of the countries where they spell it “fotbal”. Their bold graphics really scored
Check out these adorable crocheted animals by Teeny Tini. Am I too old to still buy toys? Because I really want that octopus! found on Black*Eiffel
Did you know that the Rubik’s cube was invented by a Hungarian? Erno Rubik, an architecture professor and sculptor, invented the game in 1974. Believed to be one of the bestselling games in the world, the Rubik’s cube has sold more than 350 million puzzles. If you think the Rubik’s cube is
Loving the painted tree and birdhouses. So fun! found on look out sunshine.
Check out these fun aminal dolls inspired by children’s drawings. Not only are they stinkin’ cute, they’re also entirely organic and 100% compostable! Amazing! Make sure you check out the meet the aminals section to learn more about each of the aminals.
One of my favorite ways to explore a new country is through taste. Whenever I travel I try my best to eat locally, from street vendors, small restaurants, or whenever possible, local people’s kitchens. I’ve eaten fresh feta salads in Greece, baked fish in Morocco, foufou in the Congo, and tamales here
Did you know that Budapest is home to one of the largest animation studios in Europe? PannoniaFilm was started in 1951 and has been making successful animated TV shows and movies for decades. One of the more famous ones tells the store of Vuk the fox, made in 1981. Similar in storyline