December 2010

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Showing all posts made in the month of December 2010.

remembering 2010

so it’s the eve of a new year, which means a run down of the past 12 months is appropriate. i cannot believe how much this little blog has grown in that time – all thanks to you guys with your wonderful comments, link love, retweets and the like. miss…

lena hoschek

austrian designer lena hoschek’s spring summer 2011 collection after assisting vivienne westwood at her london studio, lena hoschek started her own label in 2006 at the age of 24. her collections do not follow trends or the general conception of ‘cool’, they are simply a reflection of what has fascinated…

morimura ray

sometimes you come across an artist whose work is everything that you love about art and design all rolled into piece after piece after piece you see. japanese artist ray morimura (or morimura ray, rather) creates graphically detailed prints from woodblocks that are so exquisitely designed they make me gawp.…

wood & faulk

dear twitter, thanks for introducing me to matt who describes himself as a ‘builder, designer and tinkerer’ (i like that.) his blog wood & faulk is where he records his projects involving building, designing and tinkering. he also has a shop that’s stocked with all sorts of nice stuff. check…

These Things No. 07

hmmm, my no internet for the rest of 2010 embargo has been shamelessly broken. oh well! to tell you the truth i didn’t expect i’d make it more than a few days without a bit of surfing (i managed 3 and a bit…) only one more day till 2011, can…

12 january hymn

january hymn

i’m signing off for the year with a little music mix.  season’s greetings and all that – be safe on the roads, hang out with your family & friends and try to eat as much as you can. see you in january! january hymn. playlist: the decemberists – january hymn iron…

may i come live with you?

take a look at this ridiculous, just ridiculous house seen via desire to inspire. the funny thing is that it’s not 100% my style, but as a complete package it makes my eyes go please sir, may i have some more? this house seen via destined to design always perving over…

posters

getting lost in the doctor macro archives is always a joy, especially when you stumble upon total gems like these posters for tales of manhattan

paul x. johnson

paul x. johnson is a freelance illustrator who lives by the sea and likes to drink tea all images by paul x. johnson

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