some things for your wednesday

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

{copyright Sarah York 2014}
First, new work from me! I am working on a lot of new stuff and really trying to hone my style. I think I'm getting there. I love it and am trying to squeeze in some painting and designing time everyday, which is really good for me. I feel a pattern a day challenge coming my way. More to come on that front, soon!

A few weeks ago, my baby turned one! As in one year old. Cliche, I know, but "where does the time go"? I find myself speaking and hearing a lot of cliches these days of the "they grow up so fast" variety. She  is just the cutest, best thing in the world. I'll have to catch up a bit on her more later as well. 

This is a post to tell you about some things that I have come across recently that are too good not to share.

This holiday "wreath", or rather, wall hanging, is just the coolest. I'm curious as to whether it looks like a prop in person, or actually good. In any case, its inspiring and original, which is a winner in my book. I'm going to have to DIY a wreath this year. 

 This kickstarter looks awesome and has me inspired.  I love hearing about people living such simple lifestyles. This is a dream of mine, and while I have never actually driven or ridden in a VW Westy, I will someday. Until then, I am eagerly gobbling up stories like these.

My soon to be brother in law wrote a book! An actual book! Way to go Steve!

I thought this article about the psychological effects of space travel was fascinating. 

Lastly, I saw this video posted on Design Sponge, that was originally created for The Design Files, and it was amazing. I was enthralled and enchanted. If you haven't seen it, stop what you're doing right now. If you love madcap interiors and crazy eccentrics, this is for you.


  1. Wow that Greg Irvine video is amazing! His sketchbook is a masterpiece in itself! I love places like that—so much character and endless inspiration.


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