Dziś postanowiłam się z Wami podzielić myślą, którą powtarzam sobie zawsze w momentach dylematów i rozterek. Najczęściej są one związane z pracą i tym co powinnam, co warto, co muszę i czego chcę. Łatwo się w tym pogubić. Dlatego zawsze to, co pozwala mi wszelkie dylematy rozwikłać, to właśnie: „Nie goń cudzych marzeń!”. To, że jakieś ścieżki są utarte i wydają się jedyne słuszne, nie znaczy, że będą dobre dla mnie. To, że coś brzmi spektakularnie, nie oznacza, że przyniesie satysfakcję i spełnienie. To, że nasze marzenia są inne, dziwne, niezrozumiałe dla innych - to też jest w pełni ok! ⭐️ z tą myślą zaczynam środę, a Wam życzę super dnia!!
Joy and happiness clearly can be seen through this lovely model as they put on our pieces on them ✨🤩 It’s was such a good collaboration and teamwork working with them for this past fashion week 😘 As you can see the pieces shown representing a various and different motif as to make up Endless Tropical theme🍃 Available for pre order. Contact us for more info✨ #piecesbyraeesa#raeesabatik#handdrawn#pbrtakesnyc
My love for all things arty has made me collect these little beauties, I look at them and wonder, what a joy it would have been for the artist to see his idea come to life. These are nearly 5 years old and still with me, and I love them as much as when I first bought them. Handmade is pure love, they are stories and not just products.
I began renting a second studio space about a year ago. It’s something I haven’t exactly advertised, but it’s become an essential part of my creative practice. @georgia_hodges graciously invited me to join her hallowed space after the wonderful @jgcloutier evolved to a high plane (well, city). As they things go, my father passed away ten days after I started using the space, so that meant that I didn’t use it for much of anything. For a few months. Then, I started using it a lot. I painted my solo show earlier this year here. I started organizing my book (it’s still strange to say that) here, I illustrate parts of my monthly column Observed here. I’m working on two pieces for group shows this fall here. It’s weird (to me) to have two spaces that I create it, so I’ve been proprietary about talking about it. But that’s starting to change. Georgia came in today, and we talked about this and that, our process, our flow. I’ve never had a space before where I could just be messy, have unformed thoughts and unfinished ideas. What a foreign concept. I don’t spend enough time here. But I can’t complain. My career as a graphic designer has made me linear, precise, and tidy. My time here is helping me deconstruct, and change that. That, and drawing Georgia rocking her handmade pocket jeans By Clarabelle from Iowa. Just because. #ObservedSF
“The things is, I can’t keep my life. Piece by piece it’s taken from me. Even if I don’t always know it, I’m always saying goodbye. But if I write it all down - The afternoon wind, the espresso aftertaste, the buttercream sun, that stranger’s contagious laugh - I can live the seconds more than once."