Stitching like a lady, dressing like a man
More from the archive. This was a kids playhouse concept that could grow with the family into a studio or in-law unit. For me, its got all the fixings for a dream house- tiny with lots of natural light.
From my college archive. I drew this back in ‘07 for a site analysis project and study on passive architecture. think its time to whip out my prisma colors and vellum again.
Stitching the world together
Meet Phil and his 1973 Swedish fire truck converted #adventuremobile #volvo #unimog
We got the vinyl replaced for the camper last week - it’s actually a really fancy layered membrane used on roofs and zodiaks called Fiberlite but I just refer to it as vinyl:) The dudes at All Terrain Camper know how to get business done and we couldn’t be more stoke on the removable exterior side panels. Before we had to roll up, roll down every time we wanted a view. Not to mention the draft..
Next up we will be making the interior thermal layer so we stay nice and toasty in the snow.
(Side note: the bottom camper is the smallest in the country and is a custom build for one of the AT owners that fits on his tacoma climbing truck. you can see the removable exterior panels vs the roll up from first photo.. )
Muddy shoes, poopy eggs, and Jarvis soaking at the door. Winter has arrived on the coast. So very thankful.
I think I’m starting to take this life for granted.
NOW , THAT IS A CRAFTSMAN.
Throwing it back to some all white dopps i made for those who like to play with indigo and natural dyes. These things are just dyeing(!) to be stained:) Available at the best little shop on the coast. @downtown_local @chikkenrevolution (at Downtown Local Coffee)
Making a duvet cover as barter for fresh eggs and Spanish lessons
Rainy day happenings: fire, visitor and happy kale.