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BRVTVS is a New York based fine jewelry studio run by my friend, Caroline Ventura. Caroline hand-crafts every stunning piece in her studio. I love the honest and understated, yet sophisticated simplicity of her pieces.

Caroline and I first connected over our dogs! We have the same breed dog (Wirehaired Pointing Griffon). Her Darryl is about six months older than my Lola, so when Lola was a puppy she was my invaluable puppy-counselor when my pup was going through her growing pains.

Check out Caroline’s dreamy Instagram.

Supakitch

Supakitch is a Brooklyn based artist from France who draws the most fantastical, dreamy images. He works on everything from skin (tattoos) to murals and everything in between. Today, on Instagram, he posted the most beautiful lotus flower covered skateboard deck (top left). I would love this board and I really wish he’d put it into production because I’d snatch it up in a second. It seems to be a one-off for a Vice art exhibition. He’s also done some really beautiful surfboards as well.

Lincoln Mayne

I recently met up with NYC based artist, Lincoln Mayne, a friend of a friend. We chatted about life as a creative in business stuff. He makes art. The kind you look at and the kind you use. I especially love this shirt.

Bailey Doesn’t Bark

Bailey Doesn’t Bark is the handmade ceramics studio of my friend Re Jin Lee. Each of her pieces is hand crafted by her and one-of-a-kind. Her pieces are stunning, standing alone as objects, but even better as functional vessels and hangers for jewelry.

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I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to post about these gorgeous leather baskets, a collaboration by my friends, Alissia Melka-Teichroew and Mimot Studio.

Alissia is a talented NYC based product designer who works with a variety of materials, including plastics and natural leathers. She works with a range of production methods, from 3D printing and laser cutting to hand crafted, always finding new and unexpected uses for materials. I love how the planter basket suddenly makes the ubiquitous terra cotta pot into a design object.