On February 27th I checked out a sweet art show on Granville street. You walk in, purchase a $5 pack of mystery cards created by various artists, then you open them up and start trading with people in the gallery. It’s the most socially fun art show i’ve ever been too. I’m totally looking forward to checking out their other event Hot One Inch Action. If you want to submit art or just check it out sometime, go here: http://www.hotartcard.com $15 bucks later and some awesome trading, this is what we settled with:
For my birthday my wonderful boyfriend made me a beautiful necklace from a few pieces he found at the i found gallery on Main street. Vintage watch-face necklace: Immediately I thought, oh wow I NEED to go to this place! So a week later, we went and I found the most amazing vintage book style locket, made from brass. Then I picked out some vintage chain from their giant collections. The result ended in this beautiful necklace.
Cheeky Durex ads designed by Andrej Krahne Although I think the type choice could be better (Hobo definitely isn’t one of my favorites) and the copy writing tweaked, I think the overall concept is pretty great.
Chinese New Year was special this year. It just happen to take place during the Olympics, Valentines Day as well as right near my birthday, so it was just so much celebration all at once. On that Sunday I joined a bunch of people for a Dim Sum style brunch, before we headed out to Chinatown. Unfortunately we didn’t make it in time to see the parade, but it was still pretty busy with many things to explore. The building below was renovated and in the courtyard at the back was an art installation with beautiful white umbrellas joined together […]
Since the Olympics began, it’s been absolutely crazy in this city. Music, large crowds, line ups, traffic, noise, fireworks, etc etc. Amazingly i’ve been able to spot a few gems and this girl is one of them. Down on Robson Street she stands, surrounded by a crowd. She’s originally from Victoria, British Columbia but has now found a temporary home in Vancouver during the Olympics. Her name is Claire and she’s the Copper Cowgirl. You should visit her and show her some appreciation, she’s pretty awesome!
A while back I posted about how i’ve been wanting some typographers/printers trays for quite some time now. Well guess what? My dream came true this Christmas, I got 3 of them from my wonderful boyfriend. I have yet to fill them up completely, but I have found a home for 2 of them on my walls. I also got a cute little retro styled radio/alarm clock which works perfectly on my bedside table. It’s available at urban outfitters and I love that it connects to my iPod too.
Here’s my find finds on a budget for January. Floral Pattern Dress from Old Navy, Faux Leather Bag from Ardene, Gold Woven Gem Flats from Payless Shoes, Floral Applique Cardigan from Old Navy, Heart Ring from Etsy, Pocket Watch Necklace from Etsy, Belt from Ebay
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