Thursday, January 15, 2015
Love the crisp graphic quality of the angled wire sculpture, and how it contrasts with the marble tabletop and graceful lines of the branch.
(photo from kristina dam studio via here)
This week's links. Enjoy.
The latest issue of Covet Garden magazine is out! Make yourself some tea and settle down to enjoy some inspiring interiors.
The Explosive Hand Lettering Rebellion
Print magazine examines the resurgence of hand lettering, with a look at six designers who have turned this illustrative and creative expression of letters into an art. Utterly beautiful work.
Light and Healthy Smoothies
Start your day off right with one of these healthy smoothie recipes — chock full of fruit, some veggies and protein sources like yogurt and oatmeal, they're a lighter alternative to the heavier commercial versions.
Spot the Forgery in the Gallery
This is interesting — south London-based Dulwich Picture Gallery will be hiding a fake painting in its collection as a creative experiment, asking patrons to see if they can spot it. Intriguing way to spark discussion about how we value art.
Dress the Part: The Grand Budapest Hotel
This is fun. Vogue chats with costume designer Milena Canonero, who designed the costumes for Wes Anderson's film The Grand Budapest Hotel — and then puts together inspiration boards so you can dress like one of the characters (Tilda Swinton's wardrobe is particularly wonderful).
Every Bowie Hairstyle in One GIF
That is all. And it's beautifully drawn.
With their bright flavour and cheerful colour, these luscious tarts are the perfect way to beat the grey cold days of January.
(photo by jardan. via the design files by way of ms. clementine)