Last night we made a big announcement, and we have already had a huge response. Check our previous post if you have no idea what I’m talking about. I’m so excited to read your stories, keep them coming!
Another one of my recent projects was this duffle bag. I wanted to make one so I’d be able to take more clothes and stay longer when I go places. I thought it would be super cool to deck one out with patches, so I used some from my recent print jobs (mostly seconds quality ones) to decorate this bag. I gave it two zippered pockets from small things and got black webbing straps to go with the black stitching on every patch. I’m really happy with how this came out.
Sculptor, ceramist, and tableware designer Russel Wright built his home in Garrison, New York, in the 1950s. Design influences from Japan stemmed from a trip to Asia in 1955. The kitchen, shown here, features windows that look out upon rocks that lead up to Wright’s studio. The ceramics are nearly all of his design.