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Chimps Made of Yarn + Rice

In Crochet by Cinnamon McCullum1 Comment

It is interesting to see an unlikely company embrace the idea of handmade goods as giveaways for their users. Being that I work in Marketing and Design by day, I recently received an update email …

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A Sugar Sphinx in Brooklyn

In Art by Cinnamon McCullum

I had a great time in Williamsburg this past weekend. It’s been a while since I visited that neck of the woods and a close friend and I went on an adventure to see Kara …

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Needlework by Lindsey Windland

In Embroidery by Cinnamon McCullum

I am majorly craft crushing on Lindsey Windland.  She uses embroidery, applique work and a bit of beading to fabricate her work. Full of symbolism, one gets the impression that heartfelt intent goes into it …

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Molded by Xiao Li

In Textiles + Textures by Cinnamon McCullum

Soon, art and fashion colleges across the world will unleash their creative monsters into the wild. Often you will see the most liberated and fresh work from recent college grads before they become jaded by …

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Folk Couture

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Between the intense winter weather, loads of web design work and being sick twice, I just got a chance to make it to the American Folk Art Museum for a guided tour of…

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Art Quilts by Heather Dubreuil

In Quitling by Cinnamon McCullum

When I first saw Heather Dubreuil’s art quilts, I thought I was looking at a watercolor painting. Her current pieces are visions of urban landscapes created using usually her own photos

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RIP/VIP – Michele Savoia

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Many moons ago, Michele Savoia had a shop on 7th street and Avenue A when I lived in the East Village. I would walk or ride my bike by and see these gorgeous 1940’s suits and accessories in the window display and…