Art + Decor

Going Nocturnal

Now that I know there are more mobile options than some ugly plush "registry essential" that plays a robotic rendition of Twinkle Twinkle, I’m…

Getting your fixx of indie

Just in time for the holidays, our blogging friends at Indie Fixx have come along with their very own online boutique, appropriately named the…

Murals You Can Move

As a first-time homeowner, I’m faced with the new and daunting challenge of decorating my kids’ rooms. I’ve weighed all my options: Wallpaper? Heck…

A Pillow to Keep the Tooth Fairy Coming Back

I willingly admit I’m a tooth fairy pillow hatah. I hate them. Haaaate them. I think they’re stupid and sentimental, and good God, what is wrong with sneaking in and slipping the stupid quarter under your kid’s pillow like our parents did for us anyway?


I’m loving linoleum block prints lately. There’s something about this ye olde time-y way of putting image to paper that actually feels really fresh amongst today’s sea of clean-lined computer generated design.

Aesop 2007

The artistic potential of fables and fairy tales is often obscured by the pedestrian illustrations that accompany them. Those classic stories are so full of vivid characters, I’m actually surprised that more artists aren’t inspired by them.

Berry Cool Artwork

If it’s not clear from our past artwork picks, we often lean towards designs with a sense of humor. Not like a big pair of Groucho glasses – just a subtle wink.