Take a look inside the Brooklyn studio of jewelry and industrial designer Emily Rothschild.
The creator of memorable screenprinted characters like the Pancake Monster, Artist Laura Fisk grew up on the East Coast and called New York home for 10 years. She recently said goodbye to her Brooklyn studio and relocated to Austin, TX. From across the country, Laura opens the doors to her new studio to us and shares about embracing an unfamiliar work space, making art in a new city, and creating a happy place.
Rubyellen of My Cakies shares a simple project that the whole family can take part in to welcome your newest addition.
A couple of UncommonGoods people are at SXSW this week; at the interactive part, not for film. But some of us who aren't going (passive-aggressive pouting alert: orange) were perusing the SXSW site, looking at the film festival schedule, and saw this: “Big names, big talent: Headliners bring star power to SXSW, featuring red carpet premieres and gala film events with some major and rising names in cinema..."
A series of skillful drawings have appeared on the wipe boards around the break-out meeting area at the UncommonGoods office. Although we're very curious to know who the talented artist is, we are hoping that more anonymous images keep appearing.
I love a good proposal story. Something about a well-planned surprise and the element of pure astonishment makes me a little giddy. Traditional proposals are sweet, but this hopeless romantic prefers an original and outrageous idea for putting a ring on it, especially a personal gesture that reflects the interests of the couple. With Valentine's Day coming I have spent an embarrassing amount of time on YouTube perusing proposal videos. These are my favorite most uncommon proposal idea.