Monthly Archives: August 2011
Some of you may have noticed that a new vintage shop just appeared on Market Street downtown (across from Second Yard). You know how much I shop vintage and thrift, so naturally I was excited when Sean (now a more … Continue reading
In Marseille, France a couple has converted a former pasta factory into their home. They’ve done a great job of maintaining the original elements of the factory, as well as the industrial aesthetic inherent to the bones of the space. … Continue reading
Today we are featuring the work of photographer Ellen Picker, the very first subject of “10 Questions for a Charlottesville artist”. Ellen’s work is ethereal and just so beautiful. I was intrigued by it so much that I had to … Continue reading
There’s nothing like a modern beach house. A few summers back we rented this awesome abode in Long Island and enjoyed it’s ship like structure. Question: why does summer have to end? It’s so sad.
Sean Santiago of Fruitpunch is going to be contributing street style posts semi-regularly…This one today is from the downtown mall…
I’ve grown up studying Italian painter Giorgio Morandi because all of his paintings are subtle explorations of simple objects. He almost only painted still lives, save a few landscape paintings, and did so with sensitivity to tone, color, and composition. … Continue reading