When urban planner Cherry Chaicharn relocated from her beloved San Francisco to Hong Kong, she founded August Table, a company that creates city-centric tableware. Her first collection of dishes celebrates the neighborhoods of San Francisco, including Glen Park/Noe Valley, Castro/Mission Districts, South of Market, and North Beach. Continue reading →
70 Years Later: Cincinnati Revisited spotlights the photography of Michael G. Smith, who has captured views identical to the Cincinnati photographs by his grandfather, Nelson RonSheim, 70 years later. Fascinating!
Andy Pratt is a NYC-based illustrator who has worked on projects for clients such as Cartoon Network, Noggin, School of Visual Arts, Lego and Comedy Central. Shown here are his city-specific letterpress cards, screenprinted notebooks, and digital prints. Continue reading →
Monopoly has a simple, effective formula that works with varied themes [apparently even the Junior Disney Princess Edition]. I’ve just learned that, earlier this year, people voted for cities to be included in the new Monopoly Here and Now: The World Edition. 20 top cities were chosen out of the pool of 70, with 2 more earning spots on the board as a result of write-in votes. Continue reading →