Epic Fails: Top S6 Artists Share Their Biggest Failures
Failure by Observer We've all been there... flying high after landing a new commission, jumping head over heels about an email from an exciting new client, or just surfing the waves of satisfaction after completing your latest masterpiece. At times like these, it feels as though life and career just couldn't be going any better. You've got everything figured out!
Find Your Inner Child In Lorien Stern’s Magical Mojave Desert Studio
Lorien Stern's day to day life is the stuff of dreams. In a remote town in the Californian Mojave Desert she paints, makes ceramics, and hangs out with her pet ducks in the martian landscape. Photographer team Ola Onda take us on a tour of her inspiring workspace, home of hilariously charming animal portraits made under the vast desert…
Easy DIY Dowel Rod Frames With Design Expert, Poppytalk
It's easy to fall into a style rut, but with the help of design blogger Jan from Poppytalk, it's even easier to break out! Here, she takes inspiration from vintage school charts to create a fresh, clean alternative to the classic wall frame. With (basically) no real skills required, we've got your next craft night covered. We love the chart-style look for framing art for so many reasons. The style is perfect for casual spaces, it's…
Pumpkin Spice Up Your Life: 5 Tips For Throwing A Cozy Fall Dinner Party
If you'e a summer-junkie like me, you may need a little coaxing to embrace the changing of the seasons. In the same way that birthday parties make getting older a bit more tolerable, a fall celebration can help warm you up to the chill of change. New York stylist Brynn Watkins is an expert at easy entertaining. Here, she gives us her top five tips on how to plan a seasonal party that everyone can enjoy. So don't turn up the heat so you can wear your…
Six Pack: Week of October 10, 2016
This week's Six Pack brings us an imaginative array of goodness from Hallie Elizabeth (San Luis Obispo, California), Word Quirk (Wales, United Kingdom), Blaz Rojs (Ljubljana, Slovenia), Erik Rier (Portland, Oregon), Cs025 (Hungary) and Steven Rhodes (Brisbane, Australia). As a growing community, we appreciate every single person on the ride with us. If you like the work below, click through and give a promote. If you really dig an artist's work, follow them and stay up on your 
These LA Model BFFs Are Giving Us Serious Style Envy
I can't tell you how many texts I've gotten from my best friend asking me if some weird orange caftan she's wearing in a thrift-store dressing room is "awful"or "secretly amazing". But what are friends for if not the sacred bond of style advice? LA-based models and BFFs, Lucy Lawrence and Paisley Grey, are…
5 Sleep Habits of Highly Successful Creatives
Ah, sleep, the reset button of our (literal) dreams. But, with all the networking, creating, and general hustling of the day-to-day, sometimes getting some actual rest can be harder than showing up at the DMV with the right forms. So we asked writer Ashley Tibbits to hit up some of her favorite LA-based creatives to see how they make time for productive, peaceful rest no matter how crazy their days get. Get ready to channel your…
Inside the Instagram-Worthy Studio of Design Team Kastor & Pollux
When work is your life and your life is your work, the sanctity of space can easily be compromised. Dani Roche, founder of digital agency Kastor & Pollux, felt these growing pains and has finally embraced *the coolest* studio in downtown Toronto for her team. We congratulated them by outfitting their new digs in the brightest S6…
Photo Diary: Setting Sail For The BC Coast With Creative, Breanna Musgrove
Breanna Musgrove is the creative mind behind Scout & Catalogue, a handbag and accessories line inspired by her travels. So when she told us she was packing up to sail on a boat around the coast of British Columbia, Canada for 5 weeks we asked her to take us along for the ride through a beautiful photo journal that is giving us some serious nature #fomo. When she's not sailing, she's in her sunlit-filled Vancouver studio, hand-dyeing fabric in her bathtub…
Your Monthly Horoscope: October 2016
Believe it or not, October is for more than election-stress and intense costume brainstorming. This full step into autumn is the perfect time to embrace change (i.e. regular toothpaste or pumpkin spice toothpaste?!). Want a sneak peek into what the fate's are brewing up for you this month? Check out Angie Banicki's predictions for October, accompanied by 

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