Shop new knits & layette by Oeuf NYC at Babesta! http://bit.ly/1r29eYT
Some new Oeuf and Apple Park in the house. We are mad about these adorable layette pieces by Oeuf NYC! Pima cotton makes them oh-so-soft while the simple design is so sweet. The Apple Park rattles and extras are the icing on the carrot cake!
Last weekend we hit this amazing large scale art installation by Kara Walker, best known for her silhouette art, and had to share. It smells as sweet as sugar and is as impressive as it is a moving commentary on race. You do have to sign a release to go in and the queue can be a bit long (but moves fast and there are italian ices to keep things cool) — but you will certainly be taken by the message behind the art, the scale, as well as bold shapes and confections used that interact with the environment, melting and morphing daily until July 6 when it closes.
After that the well positioned Sugar Factory is said to be demolished to make way for condos.
Check out the video here: http://creativetime.org/projects/karawalker/
Check out some of our favorite soccer inspired duds and more at Babesta!
1.Babiators: Cool shades in sunshine yellow. http://bit.ly/1nypjo9
2.World Map by Janod: Be sure you know exactly where your team is from! http://bit.ly/1kPvft9
3. Vilac Ball: Have a ball practicing some goal-getting. http://bit.ly/1v3C2SW
4. Native shoes: They’re no cleats, but they’re great summer outdoor shoes! http://bit.ly/1oXhXtX
5.Retro shorts: Throwback and so sporty! http://bit.ly/1oXhyb0
6. Sunshine sweatshirt: This Bobo Choses sweatshirt is from Messa’s club team-town, Barcelona. http://bit.ly/1gcjGFU
We’re gripped with World Cup fever here at Babesta! Excited for the matches to begin!
Thought this was an awesome video made for Nike – it’s a movie I would actually pay to see but alas, it’s an ad. Definitely worth a watch with the kids or without!
Got a cool baby in your life? Shop our coolest baby goods at Babesta, from hooded towels to awesome rompers to “classic” board books. Shop awesome baby gifts here!
As the Sotheby’s Warhol auction is today, we are all about Andy! Although we don’t have the millions needed for his series 6 self portraits (that is 25,0000,000-35,000,000), we do feel lucky to be surrounded by his pop art phenoms articulated in everyday objects and fun toys for kids. The current fave: our artful limited edition “Banana” Bugaboo Cameleon stroller now sitting in a cool lit circle in the front of Babesta Cribz, our new go-to spot for the fly-est of wheels.
In vogue this summer: Origami! Cooper Union, the site of the first origami exhibit in the U.S. 55 years ago, is featuring Surface to Structure: Folded Forms, an exhibition of 120 works of art by 80 origami artists, curated by Uyen Nguyen. We’re excited.
Here’s one to whet the appetite! Running June 19-July 4. Nguyen is currently raising funds on Indiegogo to cover shipping and exhibition expenses for this free presentation.