Corey - 2/28 - Jewish Illustration of Noah's Ark
Emily - 2/28 - Circle Glasses
Corey - 2/27 - The Complete Works of Lewis Carroll
Emily - 2/27 - Ender's Game
Corey - 2/26 - Wacom Intous Pen + Touch Tablet
Emily - 2/26 - Dress
Corey - 2/25 - Fujifilm Instax, Golden Gate Bridge
Emily - 2/25 - Sketchbook Scraps
Corey - 2/24 - Oedipus Tyrannus, by Sophocles
Emily - 2/24 - Crazy Pants
Corey - 2/23 - Autographed Bright Morning Stars album, by The Wailing' Jennys
Emily - 2/23 - Fox Bowl
Corey - 2/22 - Perelandra, by C.S. Lewis
Emily - 2/22 - Pink Fluffy Coat
Corey - 2/21 - Shaving Kit
Emily - 2/21 - Jeffrey Campbell Heels
Corey - 2/20 - Toothbrush + Tiki Mug
Emily - 2/20 - Perfume
Corey - 2/19 - Grandfather's Theology #5
Emily - 2/19 - Casio Calculator Watch
Corey - 2/18 - Grandfather's Theology #4
Emily - 2/18 - The Little Know-It-All
Austin - 2/18 - Classic Boots
Corey - 2/17 - Grandfather's Theology #3
Emily - 2/17 - Nike Pre Montreal Racer Shoes
Corey - 2/16 - Grandfather's Theology #2
Emily - 2/16 - Muji Coat
Corey - 2/15 - Grandfather's Theology #1
Emily - 2/15 - Driver's Licenses
Corey - 2/14 - Fast Talk Italian
Emily - 2/14 - Lipstick
Corey - 2/13 - Brown Beanie
Emily - 2/13 - White Mini Jambox
Corey - 2/12 - Apple Sync Cable w/Wall Adapter
Emily - 2/12 - Anthropologie Bowls
Corey - 2/11 - iPhone 6, Tumi iPhone case, and Apple ear-buds
Emily - 2/11 - Couch and Mountain Pillow
Corey - 2/10 - Analog Windbreaker Jacket
Emily - 2/10 - I Think I am in Friend Love With You
Corey - 2/9 - Another Plaid Button-up
Emily - 2/9 - Matryoshka Carafe
Corey - 2/8 - Throw Pillow
Emily - 2/8 - Mickey Mouse Tee
Corey - 2/7 - White Dress Shirt
Emily - 2/7 - Bananagrams
Corey - 2/6 - Verve Coffee Mug
Emily - 2/6 - The Flame Alphabet
Emily - 2/5 - Keeley Reed EP
Corey - 2/5 - Three Grid Moleskin Notebooks
Emily - 2/4 - #organiccamping Moleskine
Corey - 2/4 - Stainless Steel Flatware
Emily - 2/3 - Red Splatter Shirt
Corey - 2/3 - Glasses
Corey - 2/2 - Warp and Weft, Laura Veirs
2/2 - Madewell Bag
Corey - 2/1 - Flannery O'Connor, The Complete Stories
Emily - 2/1 - Floral Doc Martens
Corey - 2/28 - Jewish Illustration of Noah's ArkThis is a prized possession - a gifted illustration of Noah's Ark, from my dear friend Linnea Lebreton. She sent it to me during her time serving in Israel.
Emily - 2/28 - Circle GlassesI don't wear these much, anymore, but they used to be my favorite. Made by Wildfox.
Corey - 2/27 - The Complete Works of Lewis CarrollMy Uncle Kevin gave me this book a month after my birth. He was right to assume that I would be one to imagine and think and read and create. Thanks to my Uncle for fostering creativity in my life!
Emily - 2/27 - Ender's GameGreat book that I read way too late in life.
Corey - 2/26 - Wacom Intous Pen + Touch TabletUsed every day, as seen by the weird wear and tear.
Emily - 2/26 - DressNot sure what color it is, but I've had it forever.
Corey - 2/25 - Fujifilm Instax, Golden Gate BridgeOne of many instant photos; this one I took at the Golden Gate Bridge during a road trip with my friend Chris. He lives in Ohio now, so it's nice to have an image like this serve as a memory for good times.
Emily - 2/25 - Sketchbook ScrapsThese random pages from previous projects are now proudly displayed on my bedroom walls. The cats were from a Biola Mag illustration, and the crying girl is Tierra from Sean's season of The Bachelor, for when I made some Bachelor-themed Valentine's Day cards.
Corey - 2/24 - Oedipus Tyrannus, by Sophocles"You have eyes, Oedipus, and do not see your own destruction. You have eyes, and do not see what lives with you."
Emily - 2/24 - Crazy PantsThese insane pants are from Zara, and I've only worn them 3 times because I have to be feeling a certain way to rock them.
Corey - 2/23 - Autographed Bright Morning Stars album, by The Wailing' Jennys"And every broken arrow, every hardened smile, every foolish gamble and every lonely mile will bring you to your knees and closer to the reason."
Emily - 2/23 - Fox BowlI made this at a Color-Me-Mine type place on a cousin/sister day. He's sarcastic looking and the perfect size for giant salads.
Corey - 2/22 - Perelandra, by C.S. Lewis"'Something has fallen out of Deep Heaven,' said the Lady."
Emily - 2/22 - Pink Fluffy CoatWearing this to my friend Tim's wedding today! It's poofy and pink and huge.
Corey - 2/21 - Shaving KitHere are my various shaving tools. I don't use them much these days.
Emily - 2/21 - Jeffrey Campbell HeelsMy other favorite pair of shoes that I wear too much! They go with everything.
Corey - 2/20 - Toothbrush + Tiki MugToothbrush is disposable, but I've had tiki mug for 13 years. I got it at Universal Studios; I don't remember how I got there, but that's definitely where I bought it. It's kind of gross but totally useful.
Emily - 2/20 - PerfumeL.A.M.B. brand. Smells like roses and magic, but fades too quickly.
Corey - 2/19 - Grandfather's Theology #5This is the last image from this series. This book, Behold, He Cometh!, (by G. Campbell Morgan, published 1912) belonged to my grandfather's mother, Audrey Mount. There aren't many notes inside the pages of this book, other than a few pencil squiggles here and there. There is, however, a small sheet from "Calvary Baptist Church", with options for "registration and commitment".
Emily - 2/19 - Casio Calculator WatchStylish and practical.
Corey - 2/18 - Grandfather's Theology #4Found this copy of Good News for the Modern Man with my grandmother's (Wilma Mount's) name written on the inside cover. I think my grandfather gave her this copy; my uncle says he remembers getting the same book from his father in the early 70's (with a matching handwritten step-by-step contract for the "master plan" written inside the back cover). The book came with a bonus newspaper clipping about the "smutty little pieces" you find in the depths of Scripture.
Emily - 2/18 - The Little Know-It-AllGot this book during college, because Daniel Chang (design prof and great human) recommended it... but I have to admit, I've never read it.
Austin - 2/18 - Classic BootsI've been wearing Durango RD594s since 2007. Tried, true and affordable.
Corey - 2/17 - Grandfather's Theology #3This Interlinear Greek-English New Testament was a birthday gift to my grandfather from his parents (my great-grandfather Mike and great-grandmother Audrey). It was published by Zondervan 1956.
Emily - 2/17 - Nike Pre Montreal Racer ShoesI actually went running today for the first time in months.
Corey - 2/16 - Grandfather's Theology #2Another keeper from the pile of family books. This is A New Introduction To Greek, by Alston Chase and Henry Phillips, Jr., published in 1951. My favorite note scribbled in the book: "5. Brief is the enjoyment of evil pleasure." Thanks Grandpa Gene.
Emily - 2/16 - Muji CoatBought this at the Shibuya, Tokyo Muji store. Very Japanese, very Paddington Bear, very warm.
Corey - 2/15 - Grandfather's Theology #1I just received a stack of books once owned by my grandfather, Gene Mount. This is The Book Of Revelation, Illustrated. Illustrated by Clarence Darkin in 1919.
Emily - 2/15 - Driver's LicensesMy 15-year-old self is unrecognizable and super tan.
Corey - 2/14 - Fast Talk ItalianItalian, the most romantic of all the languages. I used this book for quick translations when I travelled to Italy last April.
Emily - 2/14 - LipstickHappy Valentine's Day!
Corey - 2/13 - Brown BeanieThanks again to co-artist Emily for modeling another beanie. I received this beanie for Christmas just a few months ago.
Emily - 2/13 - White Mini JamboxI've been listening to the new Father John Misty record on repeat.
Corey - 2/12 - Apple Sync Cable w/Wall AdapterI use this to charge my iPad and iPod Classic.
Emily - 2/12 - Anthropologie BowlsLovely gift from my cousin Rachel, for my 25th housewarming/birthday party.
Corey - 2/11 - iPhone 6, Tumi iPhone case, and Apple ear-budsMobile phone (designed by Apple), and portable earbuds (also designed by Apple), and mobile phone case (designed by Tumi; also the cheapest at Target). I use these, like, every day.
Emily - 2/11 - Couch and Mountain PillowThis pink chair was originally from Saver's but is in great condition and has been with me for a few years now. My cousin Sara made the mountain pillow for me! It's great!
Corey - 2/10 - Analog Windbreaker JacketThis brown jacket was purchased at a used clothing store for around $16.00. It's the nicest windbreaker I've ever owned.
Emily - 2/10 - I Think I am in Friend Love With YouAn adorable book that my friend Travis Dahlin gave to me when I moved to LA from Orange County.
Corey - 2/9 - Another Plaid Button-upWhat can I say, I own lots of plaid shirts. This one is from the Forever 21 mens collection, which I never thought I'd say, and I actually really like the look. Thanks to Seth for modeling the shirt for me.
Emily - 2/9 - Matryoshka CarafeCute and hydrating.
Corey - 2/8 - Throw PillowThis is my extra pillow for my bed in high school. It's stuck around a lot longer than I thought it would...
Emily - 2/8 - Mickey Mouse Tee
Corey - 2/7 - White Dress ShirtBecause every guy owns that white dress shirt. I don't wear this very often.
Emily - 2/7 - BananagramsThis game always reminds me of summer camp.
Corey - 2/6 - Verve Coffee MugI bought that mug at the Santa Cruz Verve coffee shop. I bought it in the middle of a great morning with my cousin Sarah. Holding that mug reminds me of family and good conversation and caring friends. I shared a cup of coffee in that mug with my dear friend Angi today; my time with her was a good match to the memories tied to that mug.
Emily - 2/6 - The Flame AlphabetBeautiful cover, terribly and uselessly depressing book.
Emily - 2/5 - Keeley Reed EPI had the privilege of designing my lovely friend Keeley's new EP! Also it's weird illustrating your own designs.
Corey - 2/5 - Three Grid Moleskin NotebooksThese are three of my fav little notebooks. I find grid notebooks easier to write in - keeps my messy writing at bay. These hold photo notes, project notes, comedy critiques, lists of books and verses, lists of photographers and blogs and magazines, and various other thoughts and ideas.
Emily - 2/4 - #organiccamping MoleskineSketchbook from the first #organiccamping trip (the best worst trip of my life). Trisha Chan did some beautiful watercolors and attempted some crazy math so we could pay each other back... I didn't really realize how insane it was until I had to re-type it.
Corey - 2/4 - Stainless Steel FlatwareA bag full of the stainless steel flatware from my youth. My mom recently gave them to me. It's weird, the embossed designs on the handles are a fairly vivid part of my memory.
Emily - 2/3 - Red Splatter ShirtAmerican Apparel found at Buffalo Exchange — again, this is menswear but whatevs.
Corey - 2/3 - GlassesEasily the most important thing I own, my pair of Ray Ban glasses. I wear them so I can see. Thanks, Matt, for modeling my glasses over your glasses.
Corey - 2/2 - Warp and Weft, Laura VeirsLaura Veirs is one of my favorite artists. Warp and Weft was released in 2013, and comes with a piece of paper marked to fold into a paper crane. On this particular album she sings about death, and ghosts, and loss, and futility, and abundance. From the song White Cherry, a line that is meaningful to the context of this project - "Even in the lean times, I take pleasure in the wind chimes. And in moments of excess, I try not to over do it. Abundant life, that's this life! Lush life, that's this life!"
2/2 - Madewell BagNever look in a woman's purse.
Corey - 2/1 - Flannery O'Connor, The Complete StoriesThis is a heavy set of short stories, all of them powerful and weird and wonderful. Here is a short line from Everything that Rises Must Converge - "He turned her over. Her face was fiercely distorted. One eye, large and staring, moved slightly to the left as if had become unmoored."
Emily - 2/1 - Floral Doc MartensLast week, a lady in the elevator complimented these shoes and asked if I got them in China.
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