photography with beautiful stories to tell…
see more of these picture stories from netherlands based “ijm” here.
Her name is Maya. She grew up in a city (San Francisco), and now lives in the country with her husband and their two children. Through her blog we’ve been following her in the restoration and conversion of her mother’s amazing barn. We love the inspiring things she creates and are honored to have in our shop her burlap coffee buckets. Salvaged from fair-trade coffee sacks each bucket is as unique as the sack it came from. Check out what buckets are still available in our shop.
p.s. a new shipment of Maya*made’s buckets will be coming soon…
our grass is slowly turning greener these days and we’ve been enjoying it by racing. she likes to wear her helmet and she always beats me.
have a great weekend!
stu and i like to listen to pandora a lot while we’re working. here’s a song we’ve been hearing a lot on our mix, it’s by a band called good shoes from the uk. i like that their logo on their website is made from paper. listen to this song “small town girl” below or on their fun website here. -janet
Last weekend Three Potato Four headed to Brooklyn to participate in the Dumbo Winter Pop Up Market. Stu went solo this time and had lots of help once again from all our good friends in Brooklyn.
This week we are preparing for a big update to the shop so check back to see what’s been added to the shop on Monday.
photo via myspinningwheels (thanks for visiting our booth)
One of my favorite things when I worked as a graphic designer is the beautiful paper samples and type catalogs I would receive in the mail. This incredible gem I discovered on grainedit (one of our favorite blog reads), it’s a promotional piece from 1966 for a new paper produced by Simpson Lee paper company.