Torre Calatrava (Architect: Santiago Calatrava) Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya (Architects: Eugenio Cendoya and Enric Catà) Sagrada Família (Architect: Antoni Gaudí) Torre de Collserola (Architect: Sir Norman Foster) Monumento a Colón (Sculptor: Rafael Atché) Hotel Arts (Architecture firm: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill) Torre Mapfre (Architects: Iñigo Ortiz and Enrique de Leónl) Tied
Beautiful pavers designed by Gaudi line the streets of Barcelona and inspired our Modernisme Ruffle Dress.
How many famous buildings can you name from our Barcelona graphic? Bonus points if you can name the architects. The first participant to answer all of the buildings correctly will win a Barcelona graphic tee! Post your answer in the comment section to be eligible. The winner will be selected on Monday,
Tea’s El Arquitecto Tee How cool is this? Antoni Gaudí used an innovative method of hanging weights on strings to figure out the arches for his design of Sagrada Família. This ingenuity inspired our El Arquitecto Tee. Check out those arches. We even got the writing from a real-life architect – Matt
(Tea’s Construction Graphic Tee) Sagrada Família is a Roman Catholic church being built in Barcelona, Spain. It was designed by famous Catalan Architect Antoni Gaudí. It is a UNESCO world heritage site and when it’s finished being built it will be the tallest church in the world. Sagrada Família has been under
The beautiful tile mosaics in Parc Güell inspired four of our favorite girl’s styles: (clockwise) Mariposa Top, Perico Mosaic Top, Guell Tile Dress, Guell Tile Top Other posts on Parc Güell: Gaudi’s Dragon Fountain Wild Parrots of San Francisco & Barcelona
Our Lagarto Tee was inspired by Gaudi’s dragong fountain in Parc Güell.
One of our local tourist attractions in San Francisco are the parrots of Telegraph Hill. Feral and free-flying, these Cherry-Headed Conures are often seen (and heard!) in flocks over Coit Tower and the North Beach neighborhood. Originally from Peru and Ecuador, these parrots are believed to be descendants of escaped or released