Monthly Archives

March 2010

  • Vintage

    cape town & suburbs

    family friends found this book in a vintage market in geneva, switzerland – of all places. now it has returned to sunny south african shores. i think it was printed in the…

  • Photography

    castle

    remember these pics i took at neuschwanstein castle in bavaria? well luiz pires kicked my sweet little photo set’s ass.…

  • Art

    birch

    at work (1910?) – nikolay bogdanov-belsky birch trees are my favourite. {click image for source}…

  • Photography

    joey lawrence

    when i first saw joey lawrence‘s photography of holy men, tribes and people in ethiopia, india & indonesia, i thought that he must be a veteran photographer… possibly over 40, probably more…

  • Art

    sunlit valley

    sunlit valley (1920) - charles courtney curran this is what i want to do today.…

  • Art

    homework

    esbjorn doing his homework (1912) - carl larsson that feeling – when it’s so nice outside but you have work to do. man.…

  • Film

    prête-moi ta main

    i watched a french romantic comedy last night called i do: how to get married & stay single (prête-moi ta main). it’s not a rom-com the way american ones are – in…

  • Fashion

    toto

    totokaelo has some great stuff at the moment. i can remember how excited i was the first time i discovered it, my friend and i looked at every single piece of clothing…

  • Vintage

    shorpy

    shorpy is one of those sites i should have discovered years ago, but instead only found in the past month via this via that via this via some other site i forget.…

  • Living

    anthropologie home

    hey anthropologie, come to south africa please. i want your crazy awesome homeware in my home, homey.…

  • Art

    the ice maiden

    the ice maiden (1915) – edmund dulac 1915 you say! this looks like something a modern day illustrator would create and sell prints of on etsy. except 1000 x better (edmund would…

  • Photography, Vintage

    hilda grahnat

    I am a 22 year old graphic design student, born and raised in the dark forests of Sweden. I take pictures to remember, to preserve a passing moment and to distinguish interesting…