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Even Artists Need Lawyers: How Kiffanie Stahle Became The Creative’s Lawyer | Mighty Networks
Bio of Kiffanie Stahle, lawyer to the arists.
Small Business Taturday: Books Are Magic
As a small business we're always fascinated by how others are making it work. Welcome to Small Business Taturday, an interview series featuring fellow indie brands & businesses we admire.
The other day we visited our neighbors over at Books Are Magic, a funky, bright bookstore owned by designer Mike Fusco and Emma Straub, the New York Times-bestselling author of The Vacationers, Modern Lovers, and Laura Lamont’s Life in Pictures.
The couple opened Books Are Magic three years ago, after the 20...
Meet Eliza Blank of The Sill
This year we're highlighting fellow small businesses we admire, and today we are so excited to feature our first "Small Business Tatturday" interview of the year! Meet Eliza Blank of The Sill, our go-to retailer for healthy, shipp-able plants.
Eliza founded The Sill out of a co-working space in 2012 as an online retailer local to New York City. Just eight years later and this healthy small business has bloomed to shipping nation-wide, with shops in New York and California that provide healthy...
Inside Claudia Pearson's Brooklyn Studio
When you live in Brooklyn, it's important to have a lot of plants to catch some green during winter months. And here at Tattly, we believe it's just as important to actually wear your greens to add a little cheer to a New York palette.
Enter artist Claudia Pearson and our first collaboration of the decade! This London-born and Brooklyn-based artist and illustrator designs textiles and home goods for her own product line, as well as for West Elm and Crate and Barrel (though she got her start w...
Moon Phases by Amanda C. Marino
Follow the phases of the moon with a celestial new design by Amanda C. Marino. This Brazilian artist is fascinated by hyper-detailed renderings of celestial bodies and the wonders of the sky. Learn more about her process below!
Inside Illustrator Chris Buzelli's NYC Studio
Chris Buzelli is an illustrator whose work has appeared in publications like the New York Times, Rolling Stone and on arms everywhere with his popular Hummingbird Tattly. His oil painting is realistic but surreal, with unruly animals of all sizes taking over cities and busting out of New York City subway posters.
In honor of his new Armored Bird design, we ventured to his East Village studio to chat about his work (and to pet his pup, Sota, in person). Read on to learn about his early inspira...
Wellness in the Schools + Veggie Tattly
Have you heard of Wellness in the Schools? It's a national non-profit that teaches kids healthy habits.
One school in Washington, D.C. kicked off the year with a celebration for cafeteria staff where they held tastings of upcoming recipes and hosted speakers. They even featured veggie Tattly at the event, and let students apply them! We were so happy that they sent us these shots from the day.
Here's the team wearing Julia Rothman and Vincent Jeannerot Tattly.
We learned that Wellness in the ...
What Does Pride Mean to you?
What does Pride mean to you? In celebration of Pride week, we asked 5 Tattly-ed individuals to share their favorite memories and perspectives about PRIDE.
Behind the Scenes with Illustrator Michael Kline
Have students who love to draw, draft, sketch, and doodle? Take them behind the scenes to gain some inspiration from Kids Discover’s beloved illustrator Michael Kline.
Corrin Varady Pioneers New Edtech Tools in East Africa
After over a decade of developing self-sustaining schools with the World Youth Education Trust, founder Corrin Varady started thinking of a way to disrupt an education system in South and East Africa that he saw as overstressed, undertrained, and under-resourced. Instead of simply building more schools into a system where many teachers aren’t trained past primary school, he turned his focus towards digital media tools.
Student Privacy in the Digital Age
It’s an exciting time for libraries. Obama nominated the first female and African American to head the Library of Congress, Shakespeare’s handwriting has been digitized, and all across the country libraries are coming up with creative ways to make their digital archives accessible and inviting. But decades of digitization have added a new dimension to this profession.
Musician Dave Ruch Organizes the Largest Online Sing-Along Ever
Technology, music and education… what could be a better combination for the modern classroom? For the final event of Connected Educator Month, next Friday afternoon (Oct. 30) the acclaimed musical educator Dave Ruch will combine all three of these elements for his world-wide interactive sing-along, performed from his home studio in Buffalo, New York. So far over 1,000 K-5 classrooms from around the world will tune in with smart boards, desktops, laptops and projectors to participate in this musical experiment.
Migrants speak out at the People’s Climate March
Migrants speak out at the People’s Climate March — ...
PlanNYC Announces $130 Million Park Renovations
Audio Report : Young students respond to PlaNYC's plan to renovate parks throughout the five boroughs.
Photo c/o nycgov.org
Jennifer Harper Music | Bio
Jennifer Harper’s rich voice and intimate lyrics evoke a 1970’s flower-child spirit, with a fresh layer of pop-rock, reminiscent of Carole King, Carly Simon and Sheryl Crowe. Produced by Haim Cotton and Tal Bergman, her latest EP, All The Love, navigates love through its various expressions, whether it be celebratory, hopeful, mysterious or gentle.