my coat of arms

hand silk screened t-shirts
made with hand cut stencils
by hana nakamura


An 1887 handwritten draft of Whitman’s 1865 poem “O Captain! My Captain!
doppel-gänger action! #twins #my coa #baby fashion
mouzeron:

The Moomin comics have a lot of valuable lessons in them.

mouzeron:

The Moomin comics have a lot of valuable lessons in them.

(via currentboat)

little man in a custom “unbrick” shirt available soon at mycoa.com
On the subject of stuffed animals, I had posted about Much Loved by Mark Nixon ages ago and now I work at the Abrams, the publisher that put out the book and I will probably be working on a new project involving with these bears! (Full circle)

On the subject of stuffed animals, I had posted about Much Loved by Mark Nixon ages ago and now I work at the Abrams, the publisher that put out the book and I will probably be working on a new project involving with these bears! (Full circle)

Great stuffed animal review on Animal Print Shop my favorites above are from 1. BruDIY 2. The Dear Ones 3. Sweet William

RIP a prolific, progressive and influential writer for children.

handsome brothers in handsome shirts available at mycoa.com

handsome brothers in handsome shirts available at mycoa.com

all belted up and smiling!

all belted up and smiling!

papress:

Alexander Calder: Meet the Artist!

"This is the perfect book to set kids off on a lifelong love of art. This marvelous volume is filled with flaps, pop-ups, colorful illustrations (with lots of red, of course), and little surprises that are so befitting of Calder’s own spirit, I’d imagine him reading it himself and smiling from cover to cover."
Cool Mom Picks

"Beautiful… If you have a little artist at home, they will love learning about Calder. He was just a big kid himself, making colorful art for art’s sake. I’m totally inspired to start working on Calder projects now." 
Poppy Haus

"Art isn’t always two-dimensional, so why should books about it be? …Kids can see Calder’s most important sculptures pop up on the page, lift flaps to see some of his drawings, and actually design some of their own work with the included instructions."
Pop*Sugar

Available now from Princeton Architectural Press!