Archive for February, 2014

<3 Wildflower Valentines <3

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

Tigers to Lilies Lili Cuzor
Tigers to Lilies Lili Cuzor

Tigers to Lilies Lili Cuzor

It’s almost Valentine’s day, and this year Tigers to Lilies is preparing something extra special! Wildflower bouquets, valentine postcards, ceramic vases, herbal donuts and a special curated collection of books by Claire from Bookstand! Wish I was celebrating Valentine’s day in LA this year!
If you are in LA and want to give something extra special check out what Lili has in the works at various locations around LA, or stop by En Soie if you’re in Silverlake to meet her in person, you can even order a special bouquet just for you ahead of time and have it delivered.

Tigers to Lilies

I am also so happy to share these beautiful photos of my dear friend Lili (of Tigers to Lilies) who was featured on Refinery 29 as one of the 3 chicest florists in LA.
Portraits of Lili shot by Lani Trock. all other photos by Lili Cuzor.

Also check out Lili’s new tumblr site featuring some of her photography and floral creations combined.

Happy Year of the Horse~

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

emi Ueoka

Kojiki Girls Year of the horse 2014

Happy Lunar & Chinese New Year!
It’s been a significant year for me already. I just had a baby last week! She arrived a couple weeks earlier than expected, and just missed being born in the year of the horse. Something I kept a bit quiet about online but am so incredibly happy about, and I’m feeling re-inspired and re-energized for this new year full of amazing new things.

Above is a postcard illustration that I love, sent to me by artist Emi Ueoka, who I’ve posted about previously here. It was especially loved knowing I was expecting little girl being born this year. You can find more of Emi’s work on her site and her zine is available from Nieves.

Below that is new work for the new year by the Kojiki Girls, whose work I discovered while in Japan. Just putting this out there again but I really wish someone would put out a catalog of the Kojiki Girls work. I am a big fan, I bought as many of their postcard prints as I could at the gallery show I met one of them at while in Tokyo.