1. We recently hung this new dream catcher at home.
G won it for me at Coney Island.

Dreams do come true.
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    We recently hung this new dream catcher at home.

    G won it for me at Coney Island.

    Dreams do come true.

  2. "Oh, hello. Fancy running into you here. As you can see, I’ve got mine." — History’s Smuggest Brides: Vintage Engagement Photos That Perfectly Embody The Spirit Of
    “I Got Mine”

    I don’t know if it is evident on my face from the photos above, but that phrase was pretty much my inner mantra throughout this shoot, as well as the first thing that came out of G’s mouth when the photographer asked us to make each other laugh for a shot (<— yet another reason why I am marrying him). It was just the thing to help remind us that this (‘this’ being posing for pictures in a public place among crowds of strangers) was not actually a big deal. Because as soon as the fancy cameras and lenses came out, we were both kinda like, omg omg omfg. But we figured out pretty quickly that not one of those strangers was paying the least bit of attention to us anyway, so who cares! We got over ourselves and had the best time. Presenting the first installment of my take on wedding bloggery, which will be sporadically happening over the next 11 months. If any one of you has good reason for hating this shit, unfollow now or forever hold your peace.

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  3. bohoastro:

    BIRTHDAY BOHEMIAN ….. Alexander Calder

    American artist and sculptor Alexander Calder was most famous for inventing the mobile. He was born on July 22 1898 when the Sun was in the last degree of Cancer, which gave him a great love of home, family and children.  With his Moon and Venus in Virgo he had an earthy, practical side and, with his Mars in Gemini, he was extremely versatile … his creative output included paintings, sculptures, mobiles, stage sets, lithographs, toys, tapestries and jewellery, plus he also designed carpets.

    The photos above show his beautiful home and studio in Connecticut … a unique and magical place that gives us an insight into his colourful, creative and chaotic mind!

    Photos from Calder at Home : The Joyous Environment of Alexander Calder by Pedro E. Guerrero

    Happy almost-would-have-been-your-116th-Birthday to Sandy Calder

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  4. Top to bottom - #Artselfie with my dad (Or, alternate title: Suddenly The Koons Is Us), and some other iconic favorites from the Jeff Koons retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art, on view through October 19, 2014. If you can’t make it to New York, or just uptown, here is another, possibly better, way to experience it. 

  5. 2010&#160;Kartell advertisement
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    2010 Kartell advertisement

  6. 
Centrokappa Design &amp; CommunicationAdvertisement for children’s furniture, 1980. Kartell, Italy. Exhibited: MoMA Century of the Child (2012)
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    Centrokappa Design & Communication
    A
    dvertisement for children’s furniture, 1980.
    Kartell, Italy.
    Exhibited: MoMA Century of the Child (2012)

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    (Source: pinterest.com, via emilytatlin)