Today is my father’s birthday. I love this photograph so much, I want to get into it and fall asleep in a corner (I uploaded an extra-large version for you to see the small details).
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(Updated. Now wearing a mask)
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Just got back from Paris. It was glorious.
Hope you’re doing OK and wishing you a beautiful, inspiring new year.
* meaning Happy New Year in Jewish (the flirtatious lady on the right is my grandmother Rachel).
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Found this scrap of paper on the street, inside a book someone threw away:
A message to class: Going home after fourth period. Thanks (scribble) 11.5.88
Just imagine how happy the students were to read they were going home. School sucks!!!
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This week Jonathan, my 8 months old baby, started going to a pre-nursery play group.
Spread your wings little one!
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↑ I found my Grandfather Max’s old 45 RPM vinyl records. ↑
↑ The ochre-yellow! ↑
↑ The sophisticated color scheme! ↑
↑ The drama! ↑
↑ I especially like the simple typography on the back of the records.↑
↑ And the overall good looks :) ↑
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My parents and their friends: young, beautiful and happy ♥ Love love love this picture ♥
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My name is Keren Taggar, an illustrator from Tel Aviv, Israel. This is sort of a sketchbook blog, a place for me to publish things I have nowhere else to show, and also a daily drawn diary.
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