Not A Paperweight

During my formative through coming of age years my little universe was always and only as limited as the variety of my personal music library. This insight was first observed and expressed to me with positive reinforcement by my younger brother via one of his 2nd grade art class projects when i was in the 6th grade. One day he came home and set what looked like an interesting steampunk-ish paperweight on my desk in front of me while i was drawing and listening to some probably collectible vinyl of my parents.


From: Anthropologie     To: Ses Subject: The big sale. (How big, you ask…?) Maybe it’s my female weakness* with math + spatial relationships, but i always thought size was in the eye of the beholder and that it’s not the size of the sale that matters, but how you use it… REAL TALK: If your anthrophile affliction is […]