Monthly Archive:: November 2010
We love these dolls from the Happy Town Menagerie, now for sale at one of our favorite local San Francisco stores - Curiosity Shoppe! Lorena Siminovich is the artist– you may recognize from her company Petit Collage.
What are you thankful for? We’re thankful for you! And each other. And this world. Like you, we were born to explore it, to experience it with every bit of our souls. And we take our kids along, holding their hands, even when they’re too young to take it all in. This
At Tea we love coming across interesting manhole covers while on our travels. Many of our circular designs on our boy’s clothes originate from manhole covers we’ve discovered on our journeys, such as as our Nanaos Dragon Pullover, which we blogged about here. Our latest inspiration from manhole covers came from the
Today’s Guest Post is by Sandra Tyan from Tea: I’ve been shooting since I was about 10 years old and was super excited when I saw that Katy was developing an archery graphic. I can’t help but smile whenever I see archery references pop up (except in Lord of the Rings because
Write a Bike prototypes designed by Juri Zaech. Wouldn’t these make fabulous presents?
Frederika was depressed. 91 years old and a native Hungarian from Budapest, she was forced to flee her country during World War II, and now lives in France. Knowing his grandmother had a fierce sense of humor, her grandson Sacha Goldberger had the idea of creating a photographic series portraying her as
Just in time for holiday photos (and holiday photo cards), we have a few tips from our professional photographer friends at Wardrobe Wednesday! Today, we finish with tips from photographers Lindsay, Rebecca, and Kelly on lighting techniques and posing strategies. 1. Find Natural Light When Shooting Indoors- by Lindsay Horn Is it
The Széchenyi Chain Bridge in Budapest spans the Danube river, connecting the Western and Eastern parts of the city. Opened in 1849, the bridge is named after Count István Széchenyi, who financially and politically supported its construction. Made of beautifully intricate wrought iron, the bridge was greatly damaged during the Siege of