west coast love

Next week I’m heading to San Francisco for a few days, and I’m already excited about the cooler weather, amazing food (hello, Bi-Rite ice cream) and views of the bay. This print felt like the right amount of enthusiasm for my West Coast obsession (it’s made in Vancouver, hence the call out at the top) and happens to feature my favorite color du jour, hot pink. If you’d like to pick up a copy of BUILD and Michael C. Place’s print¬†(limited edition of 100), click here. xo, grace

  1. LeeLee says:

    Aw, San Francisco, my old city. I hope you have a lovely time in San Francisco. And what a great print and color.

  2. Love this print Grace!!! The hot shade is spectacular.

  3. littlewyn says:

    Hello! I know that print well. The design principal of my architecture office is in the Coast Modern film- Swatt | Miers Architects in the Bay area. Just a little plug: On June 28th in Santa Monica we will be at Knoll Showroom on Wilshire Blvd, with wine, cheese, presentation and a raffle for that poster and another one of their designs! Anyone in the area should come!

  4. Chris says:

    Wow, the rest of the west coast looks so boring compared to Washington!

  5. Naomi Smith says:

    This would make a great tea towel.


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