Monthly Archive:: December 2010
We have our own New Year’s traditions in the USA. In almost every major city there is a grand firework display. People gather around their TVs to watch the ball drop in Times Square, and champagne is the drink of choice. We have hats and glasses, noisemakers and confetti. In many parts
(artwork by gracehesterdesigns) 1. Uno 2. Dos 3. Tres 4. Cuatro 5. Cinco 6. Seis 7. Siete 8. Ocho 9. Nueve 10. Diez On the theme of numbers, have a look at our Cubist Stripe Tee and Romper this season – do you know a little Numero Uno?
After the chaos of the holidays my favorite thing to do is to clean and re-organize. If you have the same urge but don’t have the time, maybe the photo blog Things Organized Neatly will help calm the craving: found via laMotif
Our Semi-Annual Sale begins today with up to 50% off seasonal favorites! Shop now online: http://www.teacollection.com/clothing-sale Also, save an additional 10% on already reduced sale prices when you shop in participating stores! A comprehensive list of the participating stores can be found below. Be sure to print out the following image and
Welcome to Catalonia, Spain! We are so excited to share our discoveries of this unique region of the world with you, and what inspired us to create our new collection. “Viva el Artista” is the name we gave the first delivery of clothing for this season, which is greatly influenced by the
Gingerbread is one of those deliciously international foods that appears in many countries around the holidays. It is rumored to have been introduced to Europe in 992 by a monk named Gregoire de Nikopolis, and today different variations can be found in Germany, Sweden, England, France, Poland, and many other countries. The
I was holiday shopping last night and found a wonderful book in one of my favorite stores, Little Otsu. The Little Otsu Living Things Series Volume 1 is entitled “A Guide to Eastern European Wildlife”. Illustrated by Lizzy Stewart, this little 16-page book is filled with intriguing and detailed drawings of animals,
For this Holiday season, we were inspired by the Maramures people of Translyvania. Located in the northwestern region of Romania, the Maramures live in villages where countless century-old traditions are still encorporated into daily routines. During celebrations, the Maramures wear their traditional costume, which is primarily black and white with hints of red.
Check out this amazing project started by Candy Chang, called “I Wish This Was“. Candy lives in New Orleans, and saw so much potential in vacant store fronts and buildings around the city. She designed and distributed stickers in stores around New Orleans that people could take (for free) and use to
Obviously we love this image found on Polli. ABC Cups available on Papermash.