made by hand.
part iii 

mr. graham keegan has made an appearance here before (you might recall how i got to visit during one of his indigo dyeing afternoons).  he’s an artist of many talents, & one of the little things i appreciate about him is his thoughtfulness & natural knack for urban flower picking, as evidenced here & here.  graham is inclined to contain these impromptu bouquets in glass bottles, which i’m convinced he’s got a closet full of.  this year he presented me & bruce with bouquets in bottles wrapped in carefully crafted leather cozies, something he dreamed up out of personal necessity & believed would be useful & beautiful to the rest of us.   

have a peek at his shop of cloth & leather goods, which are all graham-made here in silver lake, los angeles.  his work is also available at reform school.

these particular flowers were grown & gathered by tara of silver lake farms & the poppy print is by elinor of krank press.  previous ‘made by hand’ posts, here.