Window Wednesdays: Happy Thanksgiving

So excited for Thanksgiving Day parade. They were still setting up these windows when I stopped by. So it's more of a preview-ish.


Children's Book Roundup

Last week I was able to visit the Original Art show at the Society of Illustrators. Some of my favorites included:

The Three Little Pigs: An Architectural Tale
I honestly LOVED LOVED LOVED this book. It plays homage to the architect greats out there.

The Heart and the Bottle
Really deep, lovely illustrations. Worth a read.

The Extraordinary Mark Twain (According To Susy)
Ed Fotheringham has this great illustrated book! You've seen his illustrations everywhere--I was happy to see them here.

The Fathers Are Coming Home

Some other illustrators I found out about here.  Salley Mavor's stitchable style! Serge Bloch.

Some beautiful quotes that were scattered throughout the exhibit.
"No matter how, when, or where kids devour books- and no matter how illustrators are created- this show is a perfect reminder that great artistic talent and transformatives storytelling are truly what it's all about."
-- Laurent Linu, Chair, The Original Art

"A book with no pictures is like a sky with no clouds."
-- Sergio Ruzzier, Juror, The Original Art


Window Wednesdays: Barneys Foodie Holiday Network, Meatpacking Designs

Target ads in Times Square
Reminds me of Highlights magazine. Can you find NY State and the book title that plays homage to the New Yorker?
Yigal Azrouel
Lots of meatpacking district window designs.
Carlos Miele
Levi's Tailor Shop
Diane von Furstenberg
cellphone sleeve holder tree. I was thinking money tree?
Stella McCartney
PUMA Black Store
Matthew Williamson
Spoof of Food Network programs. I love the handmade quality to these windows. If you are in NYC definitely see these up close. You must check out the Barneys Foodie Holiday Catalog!