Posts Categorized: Arts & Culture

Clare Caulfield’s New York

Finding an artist that can truly do justice to the movement, and energy of New York is rare. That’s why when I stumbled across Clare Caulfield’s work, I had to share. Her work to capture the Flat Iron Building and Times Square is remarkable ā€” I love the detail and the scope. Can’t you picture… Read more »

You are what you read

Do you ever wish you could savor a great line from your favorite book? Well, Evan, married to Nichole over at Little Brown Pen, came up with a clever way to do just that. His illustrations above bring the words of his favorite authors to life ā€” in a digital world, it’s a lasting way… Read more »

Sketching New York

I was on Pinterest recently and came across these gorgeous (and detailed!) sketches from California-based artist Suhita. She visited New York with her family last year, and documented every moment in pen, ink and watercolor. The result? Breathtaking snapshots of city life. I love how she captures the movement of the city with accuracy and… Read more »

Fresh blooms

I know it’s only the first day of March, but these floral paintings by artist Lulie Wallace definitely put a little spring in my step! šŸ™‚ I love the vibrant pops of color in every piece. Lulie’s work is also a great reminder of a New York tradition I’ve always wanted to start: picking up… Read more »

Animal art

Ever since Joanna mentioned the Animal Print Shop, I can’t stop surfing their site. Every image is too sweet for words. The climbing cubs? The baby raccoon? The basset hound? I can’t decide which one I love more. Check out lots of other prints here, and tell me, which animal is a work of art… Read more »