you are so loved

Every now and then, you need a little pick me up that is all about sheer joy and happiness. For some people, romantic comedies serve that purpose; for others, a giant piece of cake does the trick (now I want both). Next month, Chronicle is releasing a book that is the printed version of a giant hug. You Are So Loved is a compilation of artwork that celebrates warm fuzzy feelings, from inspiring messages to sweet confessions of love. If you need something to lift your spirits or remind you to smile, this little book ($12.95) will be perfect. It’s officially out on August 29th, but you can pre-order on Amazon right here (it’s not online at Indie Bound yet).

Image above by Carolina Otero

Image above by Sarah Landwehr (I bought this in Portland last summer and love it!)

Images above: (left) Emily Hunter (right, and book cover) Jen Renninger

More images after the jump . . .

Image above by Nicolle Lavelle and Sarah Baugh

Image above by Dominique Falla

Image above by Bridget Watson Payne

  1. Diana says:

    This are such a great pick me up! So sweet. I’m in love.

  2. Awww, sweet! Is it all artwork and random happy snaps? What a great pick-me-up!

  3. So nice! I love little reminders like these, I used to have a small “you are so loved” print in the bathroom – a great thought to meditate on while brushing your teeth. xo!

  4. This book would make such a great gift! I’m guessing it’s a mixture of snapshots and submitted artwork?

  5. Looks like there are some pics that can inspire real life projects (like the chalk on steps writing) too : )

  6. Dorothea says:

    “Do what you love!” is at the building across the street from my office. Such a fantastic nice thing to see when work starts to stress me out and I need a little break!

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