We’re redefining ‘artifacts,’ one sketch, monkey in a barrel, and whiskey glass at a time. And, you know what we’ve discovered? The ARTILife speaks to the most privacy conscious and
socially gregarious among us.
I’m not a hoarder, I’m a collector. The objects in my life are important to me because they contextualize my experiences. From the relationships I develop with the tools I use to the labeled jars of rocks I’ve been collecting nearly my entire life, everything has a story. What I love about Artifcts is that it gives me a place to document and share everything from family heirlooms to mundane everyday objects most people take for granted.
It is great to Artifct ‘stuff’ of your own, but it is also a great thing to be able to see what others share. It is like going to a museum of people and reading about other people’s lives and what is important to them.
When I saw how my granddaughter’s eyes lit up as I shared stories while we Artifcted together, I wanted to Artifct even more. The time together reliving these moments behind the objects inspired me to pass down some items to my family now, so that I can see how they enjoy them.
With two kids in kindergarten, piles and piles of artwork came home from school, and I was Artifcting as it did. It was a relief to get it put away and know that I’ll have these cute and special pieces of art forever in Artifcts, and that my kids and I can browse through them some day when they are older. And let’s be honest - not all the kid art would have made it into the “keep” pile.
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