Welcome to the vintage brilliance of 26 Olive Street. Their old-school offerings and fabulously composed polaroid-style photos make me giddy (to an annoying degree, I’m sure). I bet they’ll have the same effect on you.
(all images borrowed from their Etsy shop)
For more great images, check out 26 Olive Street’s Flickr page and their blog. Oh, and you can get all their updates by following them on Twitter HERE.
Posted in art, collage, Design & Paper, photography, Type, Vintage, Wordshop Wednesday
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Honestly, I’m not even sure how I came across Bord de Scène. It was one of those mysterious blog-links-to-blog-links-to-blog-ad infinitum types of experiences. But the important thing is that I found it. And it rules. And I bet you’ll think it rules, too. Here’s why…
All images from the Bord de Scène blog. They also have an online boutique. Go forth and amusez-vous bien!
Posted in Design & Paper, French, French Friday, Type, Vintage
Tagged block, Bord de Scène, Design & Paper, France, French, French Friday, La Poste, letters, ocean, pillows, signage, signs, stamps, stencil, Type, Vintage, water, wood blocks
I couldn’t choose from among all of the ridiculously awesome shops I’ve encountered in the past week, so… for this week’s installment of Wordshop Wednesday, I’d like to offer a collage of Etsy wonders. I hope that, like me, you’ll find them equally infatuation-worthy.
Bilingual clove ornaments:
Personalized leather belts and pendants:
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Tagged Barking Maddison, belts, blocks, BlueBell Bazaar, Brooklyn Rehab, children, cloth, collage, ephemera, Etsy, fabric, handstitched, homemade, La Pomme, leather, letters, Pink Supply, sewing, Stiksel, stitching, toys, Vintage, wood blocks, Wordshop Wednesday