This is the one place on the internet where I feel I can be 100% true to myself. And today that means not talking a lot, just whispering some things here and there. I took a lot of photos this past month, so I’ll let them take center stage.
Winter Flowers is an ongoing project about finding comfort in flowers during the cold months. I wrote about it in my first newsletter!
I’m really excited when we get snow now because it gives me purpose. It’s my mission to go out and search for hidden iced flowers until I can’t feel my fingers anymore. It makes me happy.
Winter hasn’t even officially begun yet (which makes no sense) and I already took plenty of photos, more than last year. They are my best ones, don’t let me tell me otherwise.
The big news is that I decided to release Winter Flowers as a collection on Foundation! I uploaded the first four photographs and will update it as we go.
We can talk about NFTs and what it means for me some other time. For now let me just say that I’m taking a chance on my art. In the same vein of not hiding from the world and all that.
You’ll still be the first to see the new photos from this year.
A bunch of cute people
Another great artist from Sheffield, photographer India Hobson. Get one of her prints or cards.
Theresa and her husband Ryan from Pistol and Peach make the most beautiful colourful jewellery (also from Sheffield).
Minding Design by Anja Jamrozik Otto
Monthly newsletter about research on cognitive & behavioural science applied to the design of spaces, products, and experiences.
Swiss Miss by Tina Roth Eisenberg
My dealer of cool looking design products. Plenty of gift guides if you need them. Tina is a kind, spiritual person. I watched The Shift by Dr. Wayne (on Youtube) because of her. I don’t want to say too much about the film. Consider this a sign if you need one.
Notes on Walking & Photography by Bryan Formhals
Reading about Bryan’s methodical approach to walking, while totally different from mine, is inspiring. His photographs are great too.
Maybe Baby by Haley Nahman
During my Instagram break, I missed Sara Hagale’s drawings the most. I love them so much. Don’t you just want to steal her genius? I don’t have any tattoos, but if I did, it would be one of her drawings.