little citizens Archive
I’m so inspired by this photo project, Young Me Now Me. Check out their site for more images, and their blog for anecdotes about the images.
Growing up in Santa Fe with an artist father, I experienced my fair share of galleries as a child. My dad would drag me along Canyon Road on nights with lots of gallery openings, and my attention would be held for about 0.2 seconds in each space before I got restless. It
(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?
One of the best things about learning other languages is identifying words that don’t exist in English. My mother teaches English as a foreign language and always has fun exercises for her students on this theme. This blog post inspired us at Tea last month to start thinking about and collecting
Every once in a while I come across a story that I find so amazing and inspiring that I can’t stop thinking about it. This morning in the NYTimes I discovered the Kopila Valley School in Surkhet, Nepal. Kopila Vally is a home for orphans and abandoned children in Nepal,
Though we love designing and creating inspired children’s clothing, children’s education is one issue that is always top of mind, as parents and citizens of the world. This is why we continue to support the efforts of The Global Fund for Children, whose mission is to advance the dignity of children and
It’s no secret that we love bicycles at Tea. As a testament to bikes this season we designed our Bicycle Tee, celebrating Bicycles in Croatian, Romanian, English, and Hungarian: Commuting to and from work in San Francisco has convinced me that biking is the best way to see a city, whether it’s
Today is International Literacy Day! Created by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization) in 1965, International Literacy Day’s goal is to emphasize and celebrate literacy around the world, for all individuals and in all communities. According to UN statistics almost 774 million adults throughout the world have at most only
1 Egy 2 Kettö (két before a noun) 3 Három 4 Négy 5 Öt 6 Hat 7 Hét 8 Nyolc 9 Kilenc 10 Tíz Want to double-check your memorization? Take this little quiz here! Interested in the phonetics of the Hungarian alphabet? Check out this handy chart here.
Just one week until the unofficial first day of summer. It always makes us feel like a kid again. We remember picking and tasting the season’s first blueberries on our grandparents’ farm, running & laughing through the sprinkler (or hydrant), the sound of crickets at night and of course, the ice cream truck.