Monthly Archives

April 2010

  • Fashion

    oliwka

    as far as i can decipher from google translating this blog, is that her name is oliwka (olive), her blog is called variacje (variations) and she lives in poland. she also has…

  • Vintage

    rifle club, 1925

    SERIOUSLY! guns & fur coats, my friends. thank goodness for shorpy.…

  • kosie farmer
    Photography

    kosie farmer

    i’m lucky enough to own a few signed original prints by obie oberholzer (thanks to a generous friend), and this one is by far my favourite – both sweet and sad.…

  • Vintage

    ann-margret

    ann-margret – right up there with sophia loren in the top tier of old hollywood babes.…

  • Living

    lake flato

    while i was roaming around looking at interiors to place my new favourite chair in, i discovered the work of lake flato – an architectural firm based in san antonio, texas. that’s it, i’ve…

  • Living

    corvo chair

    i will not hesitate to say that the corvo might be my dream chair. i can see several of these babies around a dinner table or at a desk or just sitting in the…

  • Fashion

    la leith clark

    there’s a cute little little interview & featurette with lula magazine‘s leith clark over at la garconne. [ leith in lover from turned out ]…

  • Photography

    maren celest

    please appreciate these photos by maren celest, as they are excellent. the bearded man + trees double exposure is just amazing… (on film, not photoshopped) i would blow it up to a…

  • Vintage

    boy castaways

    The author and dramatist J. M. Barrie created this adventure story in 1901 for the Llewelyn Davies family. Barrie befriended the Llewelyn Davies family in the 1890s and his famous character Peter…

  • Vintage

    the past

    i’m glad so many people are taking the time to share their old family photos on flickr. these belong to megazord.…

  • Living

    oso cute

    INSANELY cute little handmade animals by oso polar. i just want to… eat them! is that weird?…

  • Film, Vintage

    von trapp

    speaking of musicals … (hello christopher plummer)…