Aussi Prints


Inaluxe is an independent art studio in Australia, that combines the talents of fine artists Kristina Sostarko and Jason Odd. They create graphic, mid-century-inspired prints using archival fine art papers and giclee reproduction print technology.

Our philosophy is simple: Be passionate about the creative process, use the best materials possible, and be responsible and sustainable in production practice.



Foody Fare


ANEK shop is all about simple pleasures of food, and cooking, and beauty and joy of everyday moments. The lovely assortment of prints are created by Ana Zaja Petrak, a graphic designer and illustrator working and living in Zagreb, Croatia. Each one is an archival fine art giclée reproduction print on beautiful white Hahnemuhle Photo Rag 276 g Paper (genuine artist paper made of 100 % cotton with fine, smooth matt surface), printed with finest archival, fade resistant inks. Prices range from $30 – $85, depending on size. (As always, click to shop!)

Food has always played an important role in my family growing up. I’d say my love for food started with my granny’s delicious recipes. Gastronomy is something that I really love, it excites and inspires me. I tend to make my artworks simple, colorful, accessible and witty, wanting to reflect feeling of good food & living. I’m inspired by everyday moments and small things, simplicity and nature. Passionate people, cookbooks, dance, music, nostalgia, sentimental things…and gorgeous Italian food.

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All Cooped Up

When modern meets organic, my heart goes all a flutter and my check card ultimately leaps out. I just can’t help myself. Enter Dinah Coops, a Seattle-based designer whose sensibility simply sends me over the edge. Her line of “naturally modern sustainable” products is deeply authentic, playfully sophisticated and refreshingly simple. Naturally, love at first sight. She offers a small and quietly edited collection of coasters, artwork, table linens, tablemats, t-shirts and jewelry, made locally in the Pacific Northwest from recycled and sustainable materials. As always, click the image for details or to purchase.

Spring Textiles from Liberty of London


I don’t think I can possibly impress upon those of you living outside of Minnesota how very, very desperate we are around these parts for the advent of spring. I’m, for one, taking comfort in the new textile prints by Liberty of London from their new spring summer 2014 collection. These gorgeous fabrics run between £22.00 – £45.00 per metre and a simple click of the mouse will take you right to the website to order. Need to learn more about the lovely patterns? Check out the Liberty of London Blog for lots more details.

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A Way with Words

As a bonified type-geek, I find myself totally drawn to the multitude of handmade posters featured on Etsy these days. Simple design, brilliant colors and charming messages. I could live with that.

Live What You Love Woodblock Letterpress Print by Heartfish Press
Te Amo Hand-pulled Letterpress print by The Big Harumph
Little Moments letterpress print by Becausemaybe
All Glory Comes letterpress print by Happy Deliveries

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