i change the pictures on my walls pretty regularly, and i’m gradually aiming to replace stuff i’ve printed out from the internet (yes, i’m on a budget – don’t judge) with real art made by talented people.
vu de l’extérieur print by fieldguided:
fin iii by richard roberts:
texas by curtis jinkins:
get back to work by steady print shop co:
dueling watson the cat by medium control :
la lune by double merrick:
chronic bitchface by kris atomic:
sweater by karolin schnoor:
mountains by leah duncan:
b&w wave by rinn:
perfect twist by debbie carlos:
homestead by beauchamping:
process colour triangle print by desTroy:
lion for a day by random objects:
think from felt & wire:
these dresses at jill stuart are quite possibly my favourite pieces from all the a/w 2011 fashion week shows so far
also love her fox & owl prints…
really enjoying the fact that there’s so much colour & beautiful bold prints in some of the collections
conversely i also love the darkness of charles anastase
images courtesy of style.com
what? it’s going to rain this weekend, i can still wear a jersey.
i’ve posted about tatsuro kiuchi before, whose work is consistently wonderful. his latest illustrations of various vegetables would be amazing as prints on a kitchen wall, no? any wall, for that matter.
i enjoy janet hill‘s still lifes (… still lives? i still don’t know what the plural is)
if i ever have a lovely little beach house to decorate, these prints would slipstream right in there – by wayne pate
do you think you pronounce his surname as in plate or as in pâté ? i love pâté…
diana @ missmoss.co.za
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