Many thanks to Landis Darling our ethereal sculpture/muse and Emily Lebowitz for documenting a busy yet tranquil day at Black Ink, Harvard Square, 12-22-12 and allowing us to post her beautiful photos.
Holiday goods are here and we're ready to make suggestions for your gift-giving and decorating. New ornaments include Stag Heads, Mushroom Tree Clips, and Song Birds - they find homes quickly so stop by for the best selection. We're also stocked to the gills with new book titles, a great way to personalize a gift is to pair a book with a special item. How about a new cookbook alongside a Japanese sauce dish? A travel book and a flask? A drawing diary and metallic pencils? Or come and peruse and make your own gift connection, we have shelves full of ideas!
Back by popular demand, our Black Ink vintage "grocery store sign-style" canvas tote. We first printed these seven years ago and think they still look fresh. Made right here in New England, because we like to shop local whenever possible.
Speaking of fresh canvas - our newest design is available now, the 1 Bushel MUT Canvas Basket. Safety Yellow colored canvas with grey vinyl trim, these Museum of Useful Things baskets are handy and stylish holding toys, tools, socks or laundry.
Always expect the unexpected here in New England, and at Black Ink, too! The unseasonable weather has brought out spring buds and lots of visitors to Harvard Square and Beacon Hill. Come celebrate spring at Black Ink with Sea Salt Soap, new BlaBla dolls, and a road-trip themed group of new Bob's Your Uncle products...
we're grateful for all the support, the stores were really humming with holiday shoppers. Hope everyone had an enjoyable and safe holiday, and best wishes from us for a peaceful new year.
Like many of you, we're getting re-organized and refreshing our surroundings.