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Artist Alert: Paul Thurlby
Informed by the retro aesthetic of the midcentury, London-based illustrator Paul Thurlby excels in simple, uncomplicated graphics that really hit the sweet spot. We especially love his “Number Series,” featuring the flamingos seen here. To see more of this creative gent’s work, click here.
(Graphic courtesy of Paul Thurlby. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Artist Alert: Paul Thurlby

Informed by the retro aesthetic of the midcentury, London-based illustrator Paul Thurlby excels in simple, uncomplicated graphics that really hit the sweet spot. We especially love his “Number Series,” featuring the flamingos seen here. To see more of this creative gent’s work, click here.

(Graphic courtesy of Paul Thurlby. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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The Sunny Side 
It’s freezing everywhere right now so we may as well wrap ourselves up in blankets, hunker down in our toasty apartments and live vicariously through this photograph of Lindsey Wixon by Venetia Scott. The whole editorial (seen here) is pure ’70s gold, as seen with these lounge chairs. We did some digging and found a set of funky, flower-power Finkel patio chairs on eBay. Finkel was apparently popular back then; check out these modern, mid-century patio chairs they designed in pink. Last but not least, by any means, here’s a Vladimir Kagan chaise lounge selling for $1,250. 
(Photo courtesy of Venetia Scott via Rag Pony. Text by Jenny Bahn)

The Sunny Side 

It’s freezing everywhere right now so we may as well wrap ourselves up in blankets, hunker down in our toasty apartments and live vicariously through this photograph of Lindsey Wixon by Venetia Scott. The whole editorial (seen here) is pure ’70s gold, as seen with these lounge chairs. We did some digging and found a set of funky, flower-power Finkel patio chairs on eBay. Finkel was apparently popular back then; check out these modern, mid-century patio chairs they designed in pink. Last but not least, by any means, here’s a Vladimir Kagan chaise lounge selling for $1,250. 

(Photo courtesy of Venetia Scott via Rag Pony. Text by Jenny Bahn)