Hardware from other folks' excursions-in order: hardware cave of the valley (thanks Taka)/Wharton Esherwick brass figural light pull (thanks Andy)/Aalto brass door handle (thanks Michelle)
"But if you want my blessing for your home, it should have one further characteristic: you must give yourself away in some small detail. Your home should purposely show up some weakness of yours. This may seem to be a field in which the architect's authority ceases, but no such architectural creation is complete without some such trait; it will not be alive."
We just saw this today, it's a really great portrait of Nilsson, the archival footage is awesome, the talking heads are completely tolerable and enjoyable (only one extreme dye goatee)-so much to know and love about the guy, something about the emotional content of the film was reminding me of The Devil And Daniel Johnston. Go see before it goes.
Beautiful small basket, tightly woven with single lines of glass beads, green and blue, waxy patina/signs of use. Pomo or Paiute (most Paiute beaded baskets of this size are more colorful and completely covered) 1930's or earlier was what I could gleam from the turquoise boys at the bowl....something precious/perfect about this one=new favorite.
At the Bowl today...Wasp nest (free with bad shirt purchase)/modified Teva's, this guy was as awesome as the foot-his friend made these as a birthday gift, bootlegging the style from a Lanvin $andal.
In house relative here.
>An uncouth dresser A student wearing a football jersey top, a pair of cutoff shorts, and leather sandals. A typical example of uncouth style.
*excerpt from the POWERHOUSE books reprint of TAKE IVY.
**what they don't tell you-is the coolest kid in the book grew up to be this guy!