Intrigued by the melding of sophistication and excess that made the ‘20s such an interesting time, Erin Rose Gardner created a line of Art Deco jewelry “inspired by the significant changes in lifestyle & culture” of the period. Each piece in this collection of elegant designs also serves as a fully functional roach clip.
Our makers never fail to motivate us, encourage our creativity, and fill us with inspiration. So, when a new design enters our assortment, we’re always excited to learn more about the person behind the product. Meet Carolyn Gavin, the artist behind our new City Prints.
A hammock can provide a comfortable resting place, a way to stay cool without using extra electricity, and—in the case of the Do Good Hammock—jobs for over 200 weavers in rural Thailand.
Some of Kendyll Hillegas’ favorite childhood memories are filled with frozen treats. As a teenager, she set out on a mission to create the perfect pie. Years later, she continues to celebrate food—through layers of gouache, watercolor, and colored pencil.
Molly McGrath learned to use a laser cutter in architecture school. Now, she uses two of them (nicknamed Larry and Lola) to create her entrancing geometric art. Step inside her San Francisco studio to discover her latest obsession and take a peek at her collection of inspirational objects.