perhaps you remember the post i did about eric ravilious? well when i was researching him i happened to come across one of his wedgwood plates on bid or buy, of all places, and it arrived in the post yesterday!
when it comes to food styling i usually find myself attracted to the simplest of shots. something like a perfectly cooked egg on a piece of toast just does it for me. mmm… perfect eggy. debbie carlos has a very tasty looking collection.
you know, i’ve never been a crochet kind of gal, and i’m not into collecting things like stones or shells – stuff i usually associate with south african holiday homes or your gran’s house. so naturally margaret oomen‘s beautiful crochet bound pebbles and stones took me by surprise. she says, “one of my favorite quotes […]
* my ridiculous attempt at a toto / totokaelo / wizard of oz reference, don’t mind me totokaelo has a new look over at their website, it’s even more of a pleasure to browse & dream now.
FLIP! i just had to show you this. yosemite national park, 1996, taken by frank caico the perfect accompaniment to this image would be this song: air france – collapsing at your doorstep
this… béla kontuly via kraftgenie … and that… étiquettes boissons via agence eureka
( Ma + Chr ) is an art and design studio based in Paris, founded by Mathilde Aubier and Christine Delaquaize. wow, two very talented individuals - i love the way they remix vintage imagery with a sense of humour, and really adore the interior & graphic work they did for the nambodaï restaurant in paris