waanaki we will be selling kids vintage and more at mercado sagrado located at an oak grove in the canyons of malibu, california saturday — may 2 — 11am-6pm sunday — may 3 — 11am-7pm bring a picnic blanket and plan to spend the day for this epic gathering! there wil be more amazing vendors,
The 2nd annual Spirit Weavers Gathering brings forth the gift of honoring women along with children of the earth and sun. Founder, Amy Woodruff, aka Daughter of the Sun, envisioned the idea of gathering women and children to share sacred time and space through ceremony, song, dance, skill sharing and teaching the wisdoms of sacred
Come visit us at the Echo Park Craft Fair this weekend and receive 25% off clothing, accessories and homewares. We will also have a selection of Burden Baskets and Bowls by Nanette Sullano. Echo Park Craft Fair 821 East 3rd Street, Los Angeles CA 90013 Saturday, May 11th, 12-7pm Sunday, May 12th, 12-6pm
Materials: fresh sweet potato, toothpicks, mason jar The Sweet Potato makes a fine looking vine to grow indoors. It can grow to a height of six feet or more. To get your vine started, stick six or seven toothpicks in a circle around a sweet potato near the bigger end. See drawing 1. Suspend the
Born in Italy in 1915, Harry Bertoia eventually moved to Michigan, attended Cass Technical High School, where he was introduced to metals, and moved on to the Cranbrook Academy, where he met fellow student Clifford West. Shortly after his marriage in 1943, Bertoia moved to California at the behest of his friend Charles Eames, and
These inspiring totems are a series of art pieces made by design duo Zoe Miller and David Goodman of Miller Goodman. Salvaged materials (wood,tin,old springs and wool) were used for these pieces and exhibited at Spazio Rosanna Orlandi.
Inspirational children’s art. Picture Making by Children, R.R. Tomlinson, The Studio Limited, London/NY, 1934.
A peek into fiber artist, Ashley Thayer’s life and work. Directed by Michael Wells. Ashley Thayer’s, Maricolous baby quilts are available here.
“Toys are not really as innocent as they look. Toys and games are preludes to serious ideas.” – Charles Eames. In 1950, Charles and Ray Eames began a series of paper toys. Their first project was a series of masks. The masks, in the shapes of birds, fish and animal heads, were mocked up in
Inspirational paper masks and costumes designed and made by Charles and Ray Eames.
Ideas for a rainy day (like today) — Pauline Johnson, Creating With Paper (1967).