So long summertime!

September 20, 2012

I cant believe summer is coming to a close. Over here at Unurth I am elbow deep in slip creating some new delightful items for the winter season! Here's little bits from my summer taken from Instagram and in the studio. Enjoy the last of these warm wonderful nights. 

  

From the top left:: Driftwood beach, Just south of SF/ Leo Carrillo at Sunset/ Arizona Monsoon Skies/ Limekiln Redwood State Park/  Concepting for the Terrestrial Planter collaboration with Greenaid (coming soon!!)

 

 

Hope your summer was full of light and love.

Hugs,

Jenn

 

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