i have had a lot to give thanks for recently, so even though we don’t celebrate thanksgiving i’ll be giving it a polite nod and hope all of you in the states have a great time with your families.READ MORE
Being a graphic designer by trade, of course I saw my wedding as a magnificent design project. One of the first things I told Tamara is that I would love the whole effort to be very DIY driven … We wanted every element of our wedding to be one-of-a-kind. We stamped and wrote details on each invitation and thank you tag by hand, cut and tied the ribbon, hand made windmills and made the pocket squares from scratch.
remember my walls post? i really like this one. nay – LOVE this one. i am very drawn to this apartment – check out the rest of this illustrator’s rad pad.READ MORE
perhaps the term bright pastels is a bit of an oxymoron, but i quite like it. hanneli dieppa restrepo / minimarket malene birger / mini for many urban outfittersREAD MORE
i got so excited when i saw bukowski’s is having a new auction soon. let’s pretend i’m the kind of person who’d attend an auction and that i had a billion rand. i would buy these, then i’d frame them & put them on my walls.
(the prices should include frames though, let’s be serious)
Eduard Wiiralt – “La petite Gisèle” - est. R10,000-12,000 ($1,500 -1,700)
“Rosersberg” Balloon ascension at Rosersbers Castle – est R8,000-10,000 ($1,200-$1,400)
Eduard Wiiralt – “Reclining tiger” - est. R20,000-25,000 ($2,800-3,500)
Anshelm Schultzberg – “Midwinter evening by a forest road” – est. R40,000-50,000 ($5,700-7,000)
Helene Schjerfbeck – “Study in brown” – est. R1,4-1,6m ($200,000-230,000)
Vilhelm Hammershöi – “A writing table and a young woman in an interior” - est. R3-3,5m ($430,000-500,000)