November 2009

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Showing all posts made in the month of November 2009.

i want to go to there

holy moly, it’s only 18 odd days and then my SUMMER HOLIDAY starts. today i’m reflecting on summer holidays of old, 99.9% of the time spent by the sea (where else?). our family haunts were: knysna: when i was very small, we went camping in knysna. i don’t remember much…

rain in an oak forest

ivan shishkin

it’s art history time again, folks! Ivan Shishkin was a Russian landscape painter, his method was based on analytical studies of nature.

sweet treats

woodward design is a small, passionate design studio in the heart of edmonton, alberta. we love desserts & we love to share. so we baked and we baked and then we paused to imagine what hundreds of pies would look like after they’d been sent through the mail. thank goodness…

Bumper Fashion Special No. 18

woot toot toot jump on the mid week bumper fashion special train – #21 for those who are keeping count! fischer clothing margaret howell tina kalivas urban outfitters ba & sh mink pink we are handsome (thanks to kate desmarais) stella mccartney alexander wang zimmerman acne vanessa jackman copenhagen street…

i am a tart for tarts

my sister in law made these, she’s from deutschland so they are genuine german tarts (i think they’re called obstkuchen …. or obsttorte? you germans might have to help me out here). either way it’s her mom’s recipe, one was of fresh strawberries and the other of tinned cherries. woooooweeeee.…

sugar town

been finding lots of pretty things over at flickr lately… clare owen illustration katie c. turner Truus, Bob & Jan too! Lea Maria Heinric tom palumbo letslookupandsmile pilllpat (agence eureka) little-stories Kevin Day Camilla Engman Kinnéidigh Garrett simple tess Gatochy

look at nook

oh YAY Jessica & Luke’s restaurant Nook has been featured in the December issue of House & Leisure! so excited & proud of them, if you guys haven’t visited yet – please do

albert bierstadt

hey dorks, it’s art history time. if you’re not familiar with the classic frontier paintings by albert bierstadt – you will be now. you owe it to yourself to stare at these bad boys. that light! that detail! oh wow, i could just imagine a million reproductions hanging in thrift…