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These paint drips were found in a middle school where I recently shot some commercials. I Loved the graphic drips and the color combo. As it is the hight of summer, I thought I’d try it out on some sunglasses! Pretty fun! No/15
These paint drips were found in a middle school where I recently shot some commercials. I Loved the graphic drips and the color combo. As it is the hight of summer, I thought I’d try it out on some sunglasses! Pretty fun!

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These paint drips were found in a middle school where I recently shot some commercials. I Loved the graphic drips and the color combo. As it is the hight of summer, I thought I’d try it out on some sunglasses! Pretty fun!

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My lovely Sasha found this gem. We were on a morning stroll and this telephone pole with rusty decorative nails wedged in it’s crevasses  caught our eye. I’m loving the evolution from urban grunge to beautiful order. No/14
My lovely Sasha found this gem. We were on a morning stroll and this telephone pole with rusty decorative nails wedged in it’s crevasses  caught our eye. I’m loving the evolution from urban grunge to beautiful order. No/14
My lovely Sasha found this gem. We were on a morning stroll and this telephone pole with rusty decorative nails wedged in it’s crevasses  caught our eye. I’m loving the evolution from urban grunge to beautiful order. No/14
My lovely Sasha found this gem. We were on a morning stroll and this telephone pole with rusty decorative nails wedged in it’s crevasses  caught our eye. I’m loving the evolution from urban grunge to beautiful order.

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My lovely Sasha found this gem. We were on a morning stroll and this telephone pole with rusty decorative nails wedged in it’s crevasses  caught our eye. I’m loving the evolution from urban grunge to beautiful order.

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This pattern is based off an very old stove that I saw in the Crystal Cove Beach Cottages just north of Laguna Beach, CA. It’s a really cute place and there is a great little bar on the beach! No/13
This pattern is based off an very old stove that I saw in the Crystal Cove Beach Cottages just north of Laguna Beach, CA. It’s a really cute place and there is a great little bar on the beach!

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This pattern is based off an very old stove that I saw in the Crystal Cove Beach Cottages just north of Laguna Beach, CA. It’s a really cute place and there is a great little bar on the beach!

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Loved the salmon pink of the handrails, mixed with the ultra utilitarian yellow paint on the steps of this staircase at Union Station, DTLA. No/12
Loved the salmon pink of the handrails, mixed with the ultra utilitarian yellow paint on the steps of this staircase at Union Station, DTLA.

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Loved the salmon pink of the handrails, mixed with the ultra utilitarian yellow paint on the steps of this staircase at Union Station, DTLA.

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Another Parker gem. Loved how all these beautiful random vintage vessels were lined up in a perfect row against a solid white wall.
There’s a lot of fun to be had with the great shapes and colors of these pieces. I could see these patterns making nice little cocktail napkins or perhaps kitchen towels. No/011
Another Parker gem. Loved how all these beautiful random vintage vessels were lined up in a perfect row against a solid white wall.
There’s a lot of fun to be had with the great shapes and colors of these pieces. I could see these patterns making nice little cocktail napkins or perhaps kitchen towels. No/011
Another Parker gem. Loved how all these beautiful random vintage vessels were lined up in a perfect row against a solid white wall.
There’s a lot of fun to be had with the great shapes and colors of these pieces. I could see these patterns making nice little cocktail napkins or perhaps kitchen towels.

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Another Parker gem. Loved how all these beautiful random vintage vessels were lined up in a perfect row against a solid white wall.

There’s a lot of fun to be had with the great shapes and colors of these pieces. I could see these patterns making nice little cocktail napkins or perhaps kitchen towels.

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A trip to The Parker in palm springs fed me with enough design inspiration for daaaays. This pattern is based on a view looking up at a sun umbrella while kickin’ it pool side. No/010
A trip to The Parker in palm springs fed me with enough design inspiration for daaaays. This pattern is based on a view looking up at a sun umbrella while kickin’ it pool side.

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A trip to The Parker in palm springs fed me with enough design inspiration for daaaays. This pattern is based on a view looking up at a sun umbrella while kickin’ it pool side.

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Who knew aluminum could be so sassy! This geometric guy was created from an instagram of the aluminum tables at my favorite neighborhood coffee shop, Venice Grind. If you are looking for a place to get a Stumptown in LA, Venice Grind is the place to go. No/009
Who knew aluminum could be so sassy! This geometric guy was created from an instagram of the aluminum tables at my favorite neighborhood coffee shop, Venice Grind. If you are looking for a place to get a Stumptown in LA, Venice Grind is the place to go.

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Who knew aluminum could be so sassy! This geometric guy was created from an instagram of the aluminum tables at my favorite neighborhood coffee shop, Venice Grind. If you are looking for a place to get a Stumptown in LA, Venice Grind is the place to go.

Free-ky Friday!Download,print, and xerox this pattern to make your moleskine awesome.
CLICK HERE to get your pattern
DIRECTIONS:
1. MaterialsA MoleskineA xerox copy of the pattern (very important)A colorless blenderA metal spoon to burnish
2. Line it upPlace your xerox face down on the surface of your moleskine
3. Apply markerHold the xerox very still and begin to color on the back with the colorless blender in small sections
4. BurnishBurnish each section firmly with the metal spoon as you go.(you can carefully lift the paper up and peek to make sure it’s transferring ok)
5. Full Coverage Be sure to cover the entire surface with the marker and burnish the entire surface with the spoon
6. VoilàYou’re done! Color it. Write on it. Make it your own. Free-ky Friday!Download,print, and xerox this pattern to make your moleskine awesome.
CLICK HERE to get your pattern
DIRECTIONS:
1. MaterialsA MoleskineA xerox copy of the pattern (very important)A colorless blenderA metal spoon to burnish
2. Line it upPlace your xerox face down on the surface of your moleskine
3. Apply markerHold the xerox very still and begin to color on the back with the colorless blender in small sections
4. BurnishBurnish each section firmly with the metal spoon as you go.(you can carefully lift the paper up and peek to make sure it’s transferring ok)
5. Full Coverage Be sure to cover the entire surface with the marker and burnish the entire surface with the spoon
6. VoilàYou’re done! Color it. Write on it. Make it your own.

Free-ky Friday!
Download,print, and xerox this pattern to make your moleskine awesome.

CLICK HERE to get your pattern

DIRECTIONS:

1. Materials
A Moleskine
A xerox copy of the pattern (very important)
A colorless blender
A metal spoon to burnish

2. Line it up
Place your xerox face down on the surface of your moleskine

3. Apply marker
Hold the xerox very still and begin to color on the back with the colorless blender in small sections

4. Burnish
Burnish each section firmly with the metal spoon as you go.
(you can carefully lift the paper up and peek to make sure it’s transferring ok)

5. Full Coverage 
Be sure to cover the entire surface with the marker and burnish the entire surface with the spoon

6. Voilà
You’re done! Color it. Write on it. Make it your own.