Is great. You don’t get sick of it, and it always looks classy and clean. I just redid my logo last week, and made it hot pink. I am already sick of it. Check out some great black and white logos below. All design giddy worthy I think. Now they just need to put a gnome on it.

See where they all came from and more on my pinterest board.



Matthias Heiderich’s bright minimalist photography is currently at Carte Blanche on Valencia Street. I walked past it this past weekend and couldn’t help but stop and check it out. His use of color is amazing. Who knew Berlin, or any city, for that matter could be so colorful? GO GO GO.

The art “word” on him is that, “Viewed together or individually, each of Matthias Heiderich’s images transform the banality and universality of buildings into a mosaic of geometrical shapes, reconstructing the world we live in into an abstract canvas of lines, patterns, angular compositions, and vibrant colors.”

The Lulu “word” on him is that his photography is awesome and vibrant and would look amazing on any wall. It’s some of the more stunning photography I’ve seen in a while and I’m dying for a piece, or ten.


I went to the Renegade Craft Fair at Fort Mason this past Sunday and here are some of my favorite things.

Honey & Bloom is a whole line of beuatiful graphic posters, cards and totes. Beautifully crafted and simple lines.

Check them out.



Coatt Morse Coded Goods are cute necklaces and stationary with saying on them in morse code. They have great gold embossed branding, which was why I really fell in love with them.

Check them out.

My favorite stand in the craft fair was a leather goods company called Materials + Process. I loved the craftsmanship in such a beautiful medium. I have recently been really into learning this craft to work into my leash line, and their mission statement sums up why I love leather so much:

“_MATERIAL: Vegetable Dyed leather. This particular process tans the leather with plant based dyes. It has no coating and so your history and adventures are embedded in the material of the product.

_ PROCESS: Designing professionally has become very cerebral. It was, and still is, a personal challenge to follow through with skill to make the products I designed here. Leather is an unforgiving material that warrants craft. Its been a journey where every cut, every curve, and each stitch requires a lot of deliberation and patience. What started as material studies, has now become a collection.”

Check them out.