Making Pictures: Three for a Dime
Arkansas-based artist Maxine Payne authors Making Pictures: Three for a Dime, with a forward by Phillip March Jones. The book brings new life to the collection of photos made by the Massengill family in Arkansas during the Great Depression. Making Pictures, co-published by our friends at Dust-to-Digital and Institute 193, showcases the photos, some strange and others haunting, that serve as the inspiration for our current collection. Read more about the photographs and exhibition on our Journal here.Quantity
A collaboration between Rinne Allen, Kristen Bach, and Rebecca Wood, Beauty Everyday is a self-published collection of photography highlighting favorite places and well-loved spaces in and around Athens, Georgia. The book features 365 photographs (one for each day of the year), and celebrates nature, architecture, and seasons of the South.
Add the book to your collection and find more inspiration at the Beauty Everyday blog.Quantity
Heath Ceramics' Multi-Stem Vase takes inspiration from their budvase designed in the 1950s. It features contemporary lines and is beautiful with or without flowers. Shown here in Indigo. Size: 2" open, 3.75" W x 9" H. Handmade to order. Please allow two – four weeks for production and delivery. Ships from California. Made in the USA.Quantity