As if I could not be more entranced and enamored with Anthropologie, they finally launched the much anticipated bridal line - BHLDN (pronounced 'beholden'). These beauties are sure giving J.Crew bridal gowns a run for their money.
I'm sure those creatives forces over at Antrho/BHLDN have only just begun with everything this line is going to be. Keep a drooling eye open, future-brides.
Finally, it seems like more people are paying attention to Brent Green and his dark, quirky, nostalgia-invoking films.
This guy has been on my radar since his 2008 Sundance Film Festival performance with Califone. His 2010 feature-length release - Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then - has yet to make it to my eye stream, but it will be sure to not disappoint. The man built five houses in his Pennsylvania backyard for the set!
This short of Green's Carlin, gets me everytime. That whimpering voice, those scotch-taped corners, the lightbulb removal in stop-motion. Visual deliciousness.
Hello long-lost friend. Holiday trips home, gift makings, and a overly utilized library card have been keeping this tucked neatly and quietly in cyberland for months. Now reposting begins and it only seems appropriate to share what I have lately been devouring courtesy of oversized art book selection at the Portland Library. Text as or in art has some unexplainable ability to make my heart melt.