Monday, May 20, 2013
Friday, May 17, 2013
This Honestly WTF x BaubleBar collaboration line. Find more pretty, sparkly things here.
Japanese artist Koji Iyama has teamed up with washi tape bigwig, MT, to create a delightfully colorful art installation at one of the major storefronts. Check out more pictures here.
(via design for mankind)
Lastly, hope you all have a wonderful weekend...
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Elise Wehle cuts, folds, and weaves photos and illustrations to create the beautiful collages below. As Elise explains in her statement of work, she enjoys stepping away from the glow of her computer screen and using her hands during the slow and repetitive process of creating each piece. She points out that the end result is a multidimensional landscape she creates for herself, reminding her that not everything is as instantaneous as the click of a mouse.
See more of the artist's work here.
(via The Jealous Curator)
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
(via my husband, who has an unhealthy obsession with music videos on youtube)
Monday, May 13, 2013
I'm not gonna lie--most of my weekend was spent constructing impossibly tiny foods for Sunday's Mothers Day tea, which was well worth it in my book. If anyone deserves cucumber sandwiches it's my mum. In between mixing pate brisee and creating chive art, I managed to sneak in a 3D version of The Great Gatsby (haunting! tragically beautiful! expertly filmed!) and a few cocktails at Brick & Mortar. Hope your weekends were just as nice!
Friday, May 10, 2013
These beautiful pieces by Dutch ceramist, Lenneke Wispelwey.
(via Miss Moss)
(via Snippet and Ink)
This impressive kitchen renovation in San Francisco.
Have a good weekend, Folks. Oh, and an early happy Mother's Day to all you lovely mamas out there!
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Illustrator Ed Fairburn breathes life into old maps by using roadways and elevation lines to help form the contours of his portraits. It's quite brilliant stuff, really, as the terrain works so well when utilized to depict human expression.
Head to the artist's website to see more.
(via My Modern Met)
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
While each scarf from SuTurno is beautiful in its own right, I'd have to say that the nail polish and lipstick designs from their Blondell collection are my favorite. The scarves, named for Joan Blondell, a blonde bombshell of an actress from depression-era cinema, drew inspiration from '30′s glamour, Busby Berkeley’s choreographies and the surrealist humor of Elsa Schiaparelly [sic].'
(via Honestly WTF)
Friday, May 3, 2013
This kinda ridiculous collection of Zodiac shoes by Charlotte Olympia.
This awesome packaging via Alder & Co.
(via Honey Kennedy)
Have a fantastic weekend, you guys...