I love the food, the history, the scenery, the pace at which life moves in the South.
Come behind the scenes at 30 Pounds of Apples for a #KitchenTour and see Kristi's kitchen in Westminster, Colorado.
There's so many things I love about my kitchen. It's bright, it had great counter space, decent storage, good air flow, the list goes on. But my favorite feature is that it opens up into the rest of the living area. In my many years of moving, I've marked literally dozens of apartments off the list because the kitchens were narrow, dark corridors hidden away from the rest of the place, and I spend way too much time in the kitchen to accept that. When we have guests, I love that I can participate in the pre-dinner banter while also putting the finishing touches on the meal. And when I'm home alone, baking or cooking or canning or what have you, it's great that I can turn on music, pop in a DVD, or simply wander to the couch for a break without leaving bubbling pots on the stove unattended. It's incredibly liberating.
Comic writer and illustrator based in Hebden Bridge, UK. Creator of Flimsy the Kitten, House Party, The Rabbit, Artificial Flowers, and Bess. Draws comics for Doctor Who.
I'm from Houston, Texas and moved out to Los Angeles for college, and I have been living here since. I work at an animation studio called Wild Canary, where I get to design cute aliens and travel the universe on a scifi adventure show. In my spare time, I like to go sketching, paint with my plein air group, dancing, trying new restaurants, and taking naps. I'm really good at naps.
Come behind the scenes at Thrifty By Design for a #CraftRoomTour and see Denise's multipurpose room (aka all in one craft room / office / living room) in Vancouver.
(Photo by Julie Larsen)
I've managed to create an eclectic, warm, inspiring space that is very me. It's filled with finds from the dump, the thrift store and garage sales. Plus free stuff friends and random people have given me. My space brings together all the things that make me a very happy person - inspiring quotes, photos of my family, my adventures and my husband plus colourful pieces like swanky pillow covers, vintage lamps and low maintenance plants.
Kelly from amourtera recreates the look of Rihanna and gives her a bold red makeover.
Rihanna infuses streetwear with island style, I love everything about her look.
The diversity of people who live in Vancouver is amazing, it's unlike anywhere I've ever been in the world! (and I've traveled quite a bit)
Rob Reger is the founder, creative director, and president of Cosmic Debris - a design house based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Reger and Cosmic introduced the world to Emily the Strange, now an international icon for empowering young alternative girls (and people of all ages). Reger has been designing Emily and her cats for over two decades and has generated millions of fans of the character. Reger co-authored and co-illustrated four Harper Collins novels, and has been a primary writer for the Emily the Strange comic books and graphic novels published by Dark Horse Comics.
Reger received a Master of Fine Arts degree from the San Francisco Art Institute and his oil paintings, printmaking, watercolors, and collage have exhibited in galleries around the world, including: Tokyo, Paris, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco, Berlin, Milan, Hong Kong, Sydney, and Portland, Oregon.