Goings-Ons: What We Loved This Week


What a week, amirite?? It was another goodun here at the studio. Yesterday we had the team from Google Chrome over for an afternoon-long printmaking sesh. (Did you know we host and teach corporate and group classes and events? It's true! We host and teach corporate and group classes and events!). In the midst of the hustle and bustle, we found a few cool things to share in this week's Goings-Ons. 


I think that Anchor Steam is one of the reasons I came to San Francisco, so it feels crazy that we're doing an event with them later this month. They just sent us the promo poster in the mail today; it makes me really happy! [Be sure to come Drink Steam with us at The Chapel next week--Tuesday, September 22nd from 6pm to 9pm!]

Having loved Gretchen Rubin’s books, The Happiness Project and Happier at Home, I was delighted to find the podcast she does with her sister, Elizabeth Craft: “Happier with Gretchen Rubin.” Her approach to fostering good habits and increasing happiness works for me. I’m already a happy person, but there’s no harm in being reminded of little things that are easy to do, like get enough sleep, clear clutter, make your bed, be kind.

This week I have been slammed with school work, but it's super fun and interesting work. It's always great to be back at the studio on the weekends! I have been really stoked on Teagan White's work. [above: Teagan White for Old Bust Head Brewery] Her illustrations are beautifully detailed and I just love the colors she uses. I was reintroduced to a band called The Hotelier through her blog, and have been obsessed with their latest album. Teagan! If you see this, you have AMAZING taste in music!


Class this week was dreamy. Made this week's class take a sunset break for this beaut!


Last weekend I took a three-dayer and biked from SF to Point Reyes and back with a pal. On the way there we rolled through Samuel P. Taylor Park and stopped at a little campsite with a creek to dip our feet in. While I was there I found........... A rock that looks exactly like a nose. It's incredible. A perfect stone replica of a pretty good-lookin' schnozz. I love it dearly. 


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