i went to barcelona once, it was rad. i didn’t take enough photos though – was probably drinking too much sangria.
it’s almost weekend, which means plenty of opportunity to spend hours at a cafe somewhere, drinking coffee (or gin or sangria) and talking crap. yes, let’s!
i went to spain & portugal with my family when i was 15. i remember a lot about spain – to this day i won’t forget my first taste of jamón serrano in a dark bar in seville or wandering around the alhambra… but i don’t remember much about portugal. i would really love to go back there, and especially to lisbon after seeing these photos by liivia
i’m coming across this lady on different blogs and i have no idea who she is. do you? all i know is i just loved that image of her in the pink scalloped jacket (perfect), and then when i saw her in the orange skirt i recognised her. later i discovered i had actually saved an image of last year. ah, great taste.
jens windolf is a german photographer who works as an art director in online & offline media. born in cologne in 1967, he is also a trained architect & graphic designer (see comments below)
this series reminds me of school hostels, doctors waiting rooms and all other manner of institutions from my youth.
i get sort of stupidly excited every time i discover a local blog that sparks my interest (they’re not easy to find in the midst of billions of other websites, you know). lauren posted about cinder & skylark, where her photo had been featured – a cape town street style & graffiti blog run by michelle. see if you can spot anyone you know.
how fantastic is this girl with the cream soda top & white slacks?
after spying a classic walnut, blue cheese & pear salad on robyn maclarty’s blog koek, i immediately thought of my favourite salad of the authentic greek kind. i’m not talking the watered down version you get at mugg & bean and numerous other cafes across the country – greek salad does not have lettuce in it.
the models aren’t exactly going to win any oscars, but i like the concept.
“pour me a drink” – a short film collaboration between filler magazine and sons and daughters director jessica edwards. a modern day homage to who’s afraid of virginia woolf… showcasing fashion created for toronto-based filler magazine.