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Inspiration of Washed 🧼 ・・・
By  @claudiabost
  • Mood: Hiding under big leaf.

    Inspiration of Washed 🧼 ・・・
    By @claudiabost
  • 115 1 4 hours ago
  • Inspiration of Washed 🧼 
Who is an author?
  • Inspiration of Washed 🧼
    Who is an author?
  • 116 1 4 hours ago
  • They’re heeeere! Our first international works are now available ✨💥✨ Completely mesmerised by these pieces by Barcelona based artist Mari Masot 🤩 If you can’t come in today DM us to purchase online 🎁 Shop opens 11am to 6pm💫
  • They’re heeeere! Our first international works are now available ✨💥✨ Completely mesmerised by these pieces by Barcelona based artist Mari Masot 🤩 If you can’t come in today DM us to purchase online 🎁 Shop opens 11am to 6pm💫
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  • Aren’t these two the cutest pair?! Another fabulous find @pursuingvintage. Did you catch our latest blog post and interview with the owner, Kristen Alcorta? If not, check it out! It’s now on our blog (link in profile). Am so grateful to have this fellow creative entrepreneur and interior stylist in my tribe. Be sure to check out her finds next time you’re decorating your table or re-decorating your home. (Photo courtesy of @pursuingvintage )
  • Aren’t these two the cutest pair?! Another fabulous find @pursuingvintage. Did you catch our latest blog post and interview with the owner, Kristen Alcorta? If not, check it out! It’s now on our blog (link in profile). Am so grateful to have this fellow creative entrepreneur and interior stylist in my tribe. Be sure to check out her finds next time you’re decorating your table or re-decorating your home. (Photo courtesy of @pursuingvintage )
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  • New work. We are OPEN today  2/16 from 10-3 pm .
  • New work. We are OPEN today 2/16 from 10-3 pm .
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  • Lee Lai curated our author shelf this month! 
All of her picks are 15% off throughout the month. 📚Here’s a sneak peak:

Skim by Mariko Tamaki & Jillian Tamaki
This comic marked me pretty considerably in my teens, when I didn’t realise exactly how hungry I was to be reading stories about mixed-race, queer teen witches. 
Small Beauty by  jiaqing wilson-yang 
Jiaqing’s debut novel is both slow burn and immediate impact, and lifted by feelings right to the surface. Her characters deserve multiple reads.
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The Arrival by Shaun Tan. 
I grew up reading Tan’s stunning books and being deeply affected by them. He’s one of the only children’s book illustrators I know who really knows how to handle heavy subjects without being condescending, and never shying away from complexity.
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Aya: Love in Yop City by Marguerite Abouet and Clemént Oubrerie.
This book is perfect writing for atmospheric, buzzy, really absorbing community life, and all the excellent drama that accompanies that.
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Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe
This book has been pretty central for me this year in deepening my understanding of what it means to have grown up a settler in so-called Australia. It’s also just critical knowledge for thinking about how we’re organising our agriculture and our communities now.
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Sex Fantasy by Sophia Foster-Dimino 
I love Sophia Foster-Dimino’s work so much. It’s clever and dry and earnest and nuanced all at once.
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Obits by Tess Liem
Liem’s work is so many things I strive for in writing. I found her poems relatable and funny and melancholy, and gaining depth each time I read them.
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Small Beauty by jiaquing wilson-yang
Jiaquing’s debut novel is both slow and immediate impact, and lifted by feelings right to the surface. Her characters deserve multiple reads
  • Lee Lai curated our author shelf this month!
    All of her picks are 15% off throughout the month. 📚Here’s a sneak peak:

    Skim by Mariko Tamaki & Jillian Tamaki
    This comic marked me pretty considerably in my teens, when I didn’t realise exactly how hungry I was to be reading stories about mixed-race, queer teen witches.
    Small Beauty by jiaqing wilson-yang
    Jiaqing’s debut novel is both slow burn and immediate impact, and lifted by feelings right to the surface. Her characters deserve multiple reads.
    .
    .
    The Arrival by Shaun Tan.
    I grew up reading Tan’s stunning books and being deeply affected by them. He’s one of the only children’s book illustrators I know who really knows how to handle heavy subjects without being condescending, and never shying away from complexity.
    .
    .
    Aya: Love in Yop City by Marguerite Abouet and Clemént Oubrerie.
    This book is perfect writing for atmospheric, buzzy, really absorbing community life, and all the excellent drama that accompanies that.
    .
    .
    Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe
    This book has been pretty central for me this year in deepening my understanding of what it means to have grown up a settler in so-called Australia. It’s also just critical knowledge for thinking about how we’re organising our agriculture and our communities now.
    .
    .
    Sex Fantasy by Sophia Foster-Dimino
    I love Sophia Foster-Dimino’s work so much. It’s clever and dry and earnest and nuanced all at once.
    .
    .
    Obits by Tess Liem
    Liem’s work is so many things I strive for in writing. I found her poems relatable and funny and melancholy, and gaining depth each time I read them.
    .
    .
    Small Beauty by jiaquing wilson-yang
    Jiaquing’s debut novel is both slow and immediate impact, and lifted by feelings right to the surface. Her characters deserve multiple reads
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  • Open today until 5pm... new treasures in store 🧡
  • Open today until 5pm... new treasures in store 🧡
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