Posts from November, 2008

November 13, 2008

visual valium

moo

We got our Moo cards in the mail yesterday and they are so damn cute. We ordered 200 and we’re thinking it’s just not enough.

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November 11, 2008

Oh Mojave!

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It’s an indie world, so listen to some worldly indie. The Ruby Suns’ album Sea Lion is making my shortlist for best albums of 2008. Highly recommended!

Listen to Oh Mojave

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November 11, 2008

there's a new blog in town

indienc

Indie NC (the blog version) launched this morning! Today’s post is an interview with Charlotte boutique Lark & Key. Indie NC will cover all kinds of NC-related good stuff, like street style, food, art, design, and business. And I’m going to be contributing weekly, so look for me over at Indie NC!

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November 9, 2008

One man and woman’s junk

Martino_junk This weekend, two discoveries have been made. Greensboro, NC is at once unaware of it’s greatness and completely aware of it’s hipster draw. Either way, it gave us something cool to look at as we walked up and down the one road downtown. The image on the left is from a junk shop that has piles and piles of household goods packed floor to ceiling, sadly, with no price tags or legitimate way to touch anything without creating a painful furniture avalanche. The image on the right is from the Elsewhere art collective. Endless odd items collected over one woman’s lifetime, now set on display with catchy paper titles by resident artists. Minus the word “art” next to them, the collections were impressive. See more at 7D7K’s flickr under places.

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November 9, 2008

One man and woman's junk

Martino_junk This weekend, two discoveries have been made. Greensboro, NC is at once unaware of it’s greatness and completely aware of it’s hipster draw. Either way, it gave us something cool to look at as we walked up and down the one road downtown. The image on the left is from a junk shop that has piles and piles of household goods packed floor to ceiling, sadly, with no price tags or legitimate way to touch anything without creating a painful furniture avalanche. The image on the right is from the Elsewhere art collective. Endless odd items collected over one woman’s lifetime, now set on display with catchy paper titles by resident artists. Minus the word “art” next to them, the collections were impressive. See more at 7D7K’s flickr under places.

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November 7, 2008

seeds

I am making a flyer for a Durham non-profit called SEEDS, and I am so amazed! They have this big beautiful garden I never knew about, in an unlikely part of downtown. All the pictures on their website are of the happiest, smiliest children. They have several programs to help inner-city teens and kids, and have a community garden program as well!

And here they are enjoying crafts at Art Grows in Durham.

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