random acts of inspiration Archive
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.
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
Write a Bike prototypes designed by Juri Zaech. Wouldn’t these make fabulous presents?
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
from [hu]Man vs Machine found on Design for Mankind
In the spirit of celebrating Etsy artists from the region of Old World Hungary, here is another new favorite. Eszter Schall is a Hungarian painter, graphic designer, and illustrator. I love her bold use of colors and her use of squares. Feeling lucky? The blog Pika Land is doing a giveaway of
Check out these beautiful Halloween cards from Rifle Paper Co.
Beautiful illustration by Sanne Van Winden
While exploring Etsy the other day I came across the fabulous creations of Judit Wild (Vadjutka). Born in Hungary, she lives in Budapest and is a jewelry maker, a photographer, blog writer, and sociologist who focuses on media research. In her words “Almost 20 years after the turn of the system in
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,