These posters are all obviously pretty similar so one of these days I will learn to stop posting them, but more than admiring my chalk art, I would really love for you all to come out to this event! I 0have been so impressed so far with the work Kitchen Kulture has been putting out there, they have a real commitment to local, delicious, ‘intentional’ food and have been receiving some amazing press from Feast Magazine and The St. Louis Beacon. This Sunday at Sump Coffee. See you there!
Because I’m going through a phase where I take Instagram way, way too seriously. I end up taking and ‘editing’ a bunch of pictures that don’t make the cut for one reason or another but that I still love. EXCLUSIVE sneak peek into the unknown insta-life of Zoë Scharf! You saw it here first!
Official breaking news: You can now find Zoë Scharf Designs, LLC working out of the Nebula Coworking Space where
they she I will be renting a desk.
I plan on being there just about all of the time. I plan on taking this freelance thing really seriously (I swear!) and I also am just looking for an excuse to be social. Come visit!
“We tend to worship visionaries and creative people (like Steve Jobs and Pablo Picasso) and elevate them to the status of gods, even though they were often assholes (like Steve Jobs and Pablo Picasso). Stop praising the jerks. It reinforces bad behaviour.” -Marc Johns
It’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for.. Kitchen Kulture‘s gourmet food tastings are about to officially be paired with Sump Coffee‘s impeccable coffee flavors, resulting in a blend of awesome and delish. It’s this Sunday, and then many Sundays to come. I’ll be (ughhhh) in NY but all else should attend enthusiastically. Andalsohereisaposterimade.
Tuan Lee, photo extraordinaire, will be putting together some gorgeous images that push the line between fashion and fine art at a First Friday show, happening Feb 1, at Bruno David Gallery. Insanely cool image by Tuan. Dinky type by Zoë.
After meeting Tuan at ALIVE Magazine‘s Buzz List photoshoot in December (look out for the February issue) we found that we had a lot to talk about. Tuan, originally from St. Louis but having moved out to LA, had a unique perspective on STL happenings and the state of the city. After some (much) whiskey had at Taste in the Central West End, a photoshoot was set to happen.
We celebrated my grandpa’s 93rd birthday. He is the most social, generous, kind person I know. Cousins, aunts, uncles, grandkids, great grandkids. Ranging in ages from 14 months to 93 years. I am coming down from the high of how special it is to have a family that values and prioritizes spending time together. And I feel especially lucky that we are able to do so in a place as gorgeous and wonderful as the Bahamas. Here’s to you Seymour.
I’ve been lucky enough to work lately with Kitchen Kulture, a pop-up gourmet food shop that offers freezable but delicious meals for you to take home.
In this poster we decided to play off of their chalkboard menu, the device they use to communicate with their customers at their most consistant location – the Tower Grove Farmer’s Market. We really liked how it highlighted their nomadic nature as well as their homemade, high-quality values.