I recently blogged about Steven Harrington and had a slew of readers inquire about his peacock print via the blog and email. Wow, he has a real following out there! (Update: he’s in the studio working on it. I’ll let you know as soon as the peacock is ready to fly.) In the interim, check out his new “Un Royaume” print, it’s fantastic isn’t it? Details: 18×24, 5 color screenprint produced in edition of 100, $45. Click image below to enlarge.
(images from steve harrington)
I was thrilled this morning to hear that LA-based artist Marisa Haedike from Creative Thursday opened an Etsy store. She decided to get started by selling 12 prints of her favorite paintings for $28. I’m so happy for her, not only because she is doing something she truly enjoys (painting and working for herself), but that she makes her art accessible to those who perhaps aren’t ready to jump in and purchase an actual painting. Welcome to the world of Etsy Marisa, and thank you for sending me the news. Congratulations!
I found Dead Bird Art on MySpace (of all places!) and then noticed she was also an Etsy seller, so I thought I’d show you some of her work in case you’ve not heard of her. The one-of-a-kind wall hangings are especially pretty, and very affordable. I also love this birdie paperweight!
(images from dead bird art)
How adorable are these things? I swear you don’t need them, but everytime I come across cozies, I try to convince myself that I really do. UK company The Black Rabbit, handcrafts some of the cutest ones ever. Look at that spider. Those chicks. That silly rabbit with the ditzy look on its face. They’re knitted in lambswool with cotton lining and come in several different designs, all of which I love.
Peek Keep, here in the U.S., has some gorgeous felted bunnies and hen egg cozies, too. Such cuteness.
(images from the black rabbit, peek keep, papa stour, and rose + radish)