Right now, there’s an art installation going on all over the Brooklyn Bridge Park by Public Art Fund – Please Touch the Art by Jeppe Hein. These unique bench arts are so bright they’ll catch your eyes for sure! And as it says in the title, you can touch the art and play with it. On the other side of the Brooklyn Bridge Park, there’s a water art installation:
A wedding couple was in there taking photos… (not sure if you can see…?)
and here’s another one:
Circle circle fun!! :)
I spent couple mornings here at the Burly Coffee in Bed Stuy, Brooklyn while Mili is in school… and found some cool types (above) and art (below).
As soon as I saw these drawings, I knew it was done by my friend Natalie. Her work has been so recognizable. She has a style. Love her work.
I’ve stopped by the National Stationery Show again this year with Mili (3yo). It’s funny when I first exhibited at the show, Mili was in my belly and now, we could walk the isles together. Mili had fun walking around with me for sure! (but I couldn’t see much… of course…)
Here are some photos I managed to take. The dachshund cards by Rifle Paper Co. are always our favorites. (picture below is taken by Mili)
The yellow owl workshop booth this year:
This card is awesome!! (makes me miss SF!!)
Great constellation cards by Bison:
Love this gold “hello” cutouts! Caught my eye.
I loved Paper Lovely‘s new collection. and always great to see Kim!
This “us” card made me smile :) So simple and so cute.
aaaand, Mili was so excited to find the Tattly booth! She’s got some popsicle tattoos :) There were so much more, it’s always amazing to just walk around there. Really inspiring!!!
Passed by the Bowery mural the other day: it’s always changing but this is right now.
By Ron English. Awesome.