On Valentine's Day I was on the subway, heading up to the Legos Store at Rockefeller, when I spotted this lovely piece of artwork on the train. It's by Sophie Blackall and it's part of the MTA 'Arts for Transit' program. I immediately was drawn into this sweet display of New Yorkers. Every little interaction she depicts is one that I've seen before.
I was also delighted to see this enjoyable little video about the artist and her thoughts about this poster. It made me want to purchase the poster even more. Luckily we can purchase them here for $24.95.
This poster would make a nice addition to the other things I have been collecting for a children's room someday. haha. Maybe one day I'll actually hang something in the one-day nursery. Currently it's just a modge podge of giveaway piles, water storage, old books and piles of laundry.
For all you people trying to have children, do you collect things for children? Do you have lists of favorite baby names, children's activities, traditions & crafts? I do.
Have you sort of set up a space for children in your home? I haven't done that yet. But I think I might. All my friends have children (whom I adore!) so why not create a little space for them?.....plus it gives me an excuse to buy these chairs that I've been eyeing for awhile (thanks to Liz Stanley & Jordan Ferney).
P.S. HAPPY WEEKEND TO ALL!! Hope you have something fun ahead. A fashion photographer wants to do a fashion shoot in my apartment so I'll be busy. I've been trying to get this place in order & now I don't want to stop. I want to wash curtains, windows, hang stuff that's been leaning on walls forever, & clean-out closets. I love being a little homemaker when I can fit it in.