Charming Coco!

Digital shop, Style Hatch and designer Regina Casaleggio, are pleased to welcome the latest arrival to the scene, Coco, a sweet, charming, sophisticated, theme with lots of heart and soul. This beauty is “out of the box” ready to enjoy and be shown to the world. To keep this one-of-a-kind masterpiece from being altered from its original state of beauty the customization features are limited. 

Artist Series

The latest addition to Style Hatch has just made it’s grand debut onto the scene, the Artist Series, which will allow you to experience high levels of instant gratification. In efforts to bring you top of the line design, style, and functionality we have curated our very first art gallery to showcase the artist that fancy our taste. In the artist series we will continue to collaborate with our favorite artist and hand deliver to you a custom theme that is sealed to our perfection. Enjoy!

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Current Version - Coco 1.3.2 | February 20, 2013
Updated the video embed feature to address Tumblr’r recent changes.

The Details

Coco is a ready to use and utterly beautiful premium theme right out of the box, brought to you by Style Hatch! This charming, sweep you off your feet, premium theme, is perfect for someone looking for simplicity at it’s finest. To keep this one-of-a-kind masterpiece from being altered from its original state of beauty the customization features are limited. If you prefer more control over your theme you might consider another Style Hatch theme that gives you greater access to customize. 

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Hero 

by Michael Endara

3.2 Million Dots later, Michael Endara, completed “Hero”, a drawing of his father. 

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A short story by Rick Mereki

3 guys, 44 days, 11 countries, 18 flights, 38 thousand miles, an exploding volcano, 2 cameras and almost a terabyte of footage… All to turn 3 ambitious linear concepts based on movement, learning and food… into 3 beautiful and hopefully compelling short films… = a trip of a lifetime

A Chat About Chats

ANNA:
Does anyone actually use this post type?

DAVID:
Absolutely! I think it's the most under appreciated feature of Tumblr. These chat posts can be really entertaining.

ANNA:
I’m really not sure. This might be the first time I’ve seen one.

DAVID:
Exactly what I thought!

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Always inspired by Dana Tanamachi chalk skills. This is a piece she did for the Ace Hotel in New York.