Who knew such loveliness was coming from the Brooklyn Navy Yards? Check out the rest of Blossom & Branch‘s work on their newly revamped website…
And don’t forget, for those of you doing the card swap, cards need to be mailed by Tuesday, Dec. 15. If you haven’t included a recipe with your card, you can email me with it and I’ll be putting together a pdf to send to all participants with the recipes!
[images from Blossom & Branch]
Name: Rebecca Kutys
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Company: Moontree Letterpress
What is your aesthetic? Simple graphics, muted colors, lots of white space.
How does your studio style convey your professional aesthetic? I believe that keeping the studio clean and organized makes me much more productive. As soon as I get messy or cluttered I slow down. I think my design reflects this too, less is more.
Favorite part of your studio? My favorite thing about the studio are my studiomates: Breck (of Sesame Letterpress) and her full-time employee Amanda. We get along so well, with the perfect mix of hard work, NPR and laughter. I’d go crazy if I had to work alone…
Where do you go for inspiration? I go outside.
What tool do you use in your business that you can’t live without? My ruler, guillotine cutter, my press (of course), Quickbooks, iphone, Pandora, Adobe Illustrator, UPS, Pantone Book of Colors
Is there anything you’d upgrade to? Anything computer-related, probably nothing press-related.
Anything else we should know? I can’t believe how lucky I am to be doing what I’m doing. Owning a business is so challenging, but it’s also the adventure of a lifetime. Thanks for checking out my studio!
So you guys remember Alex and Alexis’s engagement shoot? Well here they are all grownup and married, and I’m loving it! They’re on their honeymoon as we speak so, we’re going to have to go on without them, but I think the pics speak volumes as to how cool this event was. Congrats you two!
Alexis’s sister Megan of Brown Parcel Press did these awesome 3D save the dates and also designed the invites, which I’ll post at 1pm.
Name: Denise Fasanello
Location: Red Hook
Company: Denise Fasanello Floral Design (shared space with Adam Frank inc)
What is your aesthetic? Luscious and juicy – is that an aesthetic?
How does your studio style convey your professional aesthetic? A clean industrial space with white walls is the perfect backdrop for my love of color
Favorite part of your studio? my gigantic storage space!
Where do you go for inspiration? The Met, Botanical Gardens, the internet
What tool do you use in your business that you can’t live without? my clippers
Is there anything you’d upgrade to? Nope
Anything else we should know? I am living my dream.
[images from Denise Fasanello]
A few weeks ago I asked some of my favorite people in the wedding industry to share a peek into their offices…clearly, as an interior designer, its a passion of mine, but as a blogger, I thought you guys might be interested in seeing where your favorite vendors make the magic that we all love! I’m hoping this will be a weekly deal, so stay tuned for more!
Name: Jennifer Behr
Location: Fort Greene Brooklyn
Company: Jennifer Behr
What is your aesthetic? Handmade Elegance
How does your studio style convey your professional aesthetic? Clean White Box Organization, wooden tables, and a touch of whimsical color!
Favorite part of your studio? The Large Open Windows
Where do you go for inspiration? Vintage couture fashion books
What tool do you use in your business that you can’t live without? The big wooden design table!
Is there anything you’d upgrade to? More space…
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