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Visions Of Architecture: Ricardo Bofill

Written on April 15, 2019 at 2:55 pm, by

Poetic spaces, surreal structures and dramatic visions. The extraordinary career of Ricardo Bofill is collected in this monograph, which reveals his inspiring approach to architecture, and to life. Ricardo Bofill is one of the 20th century’s most unique architects and radical visionaries. His visions for urban and communal life challenged preconceived notions of shared spaceContinue Reading

Discovering Artist and Illustrator Ana Leovy’s Colourful Bursts of Art

Written on January 23, 2019 at 7:12 am, by

This year in 2019, I will try to update this space more with interesting finds from art, fashion, digital marketing news and anything that excites me. Today, I am sharing about artist Ana Leovy, who creates vibrant colourful illustration of humans with gorgeous prints and patterns. About Ana Leovy: Mexican based artist, I mainly workContinue Reading

Gucci’s Brilliant Year of the Pig Collection Campaign

Written on January 16, 2019 at 6:48 am, by

Oink oink! I am super obsessed with these campaign images from Gucci for Chinese New Year, Chinese New Year is celebrated on the 5th of February this year (the dates changes every year). Gucci’s latest capsule collection celebrates the year of the pig! Shot in Manhattan by Frank Lebon, the images show the pigs (along with their human companions)Continue Reading

Wonderfruit 2018

Written on December 28, 2018 at 11:08 am, by

It was my first time at WONDERFRUIT and I was in awe of the artists from the ones that played music to the ones that built every stage beautifully. Each stage was crafted sustainably focusing on elevating the space around the nature and every stage was different from the architecture, shapes, surroundings and materials. IContinue Reading

Soccer Fields Around the World

Written on June 25, 2018 at 8:39 am, by

One of the most appealing aspects of soccer is its simplicity—a ball, some open space, goal markers, and you can play. As the 2018 World Cup kicks off in Russia, with matches held in massive modern arenas, here is a look at the beautiful game in action in some smaller and more unusual venues aroundContinue Reading

Polaroid Is Bringing Back These Iconic Cameras

Written on April 12, 2018 at 11:54 am, by

Remember when Outkast sang “shake it like a Polaroid picture” back in 2003? Now, you’ll appreciate that memorable command on a new level. Because Polaroid is re-releasing an iconic ’90s camera. That’s right, the Polaroid 600 Camera is back, and it’s truly better than ever. The Polaroid Originals 96 Cam pays homage to the cameraContinue Reading

The Imagined Modernist World of 3D Artist Alexis Christodoulou

Written on April 4, 2018 at 7:59 am, by

Alexis Christodoulou wasn’t always an artist, though his dreamy 3D renders of imagined modernist interiors belies his brief tenure as one. A former copywriter at an advertising agency, Christodoulou began experimenting with the 3D modelling program SketchUp during a particularly frustrating spell of screenwriting. Five years on, the Cape Town-based artist offers simply this onContinue Reading

Dolce & Gabbana Makes Gorgeous Kitchen Appliances

Written on February 26, 2018 at 5:02 pm, by

Following their buzzy collaboration on high-fashion refrigerators last Spring, D&G and Italian home appliance company SMEG are teaming up again on a line of chic kitchen appliances. Coming in October, the “Sicily Is My Love” collection includes toasters, citrus juicers, coffee machines, kettles, blenders, stand mixers, and slow juicers. Each product pays homage to SouthernContinue Reading

Illustrator, John Booth

Written on February 23, 2018 at 2:10 pm, by

Fashion illustrator, ceramicist and textile designer John Booth came bounding into my world just over a month ago when photographer Will Sanders recommended his work to me. Born and bred in Cumbria, Booth, a lecturer at St Martins, creates drawings that are multi layered collages bursting with colour and texture.

Best Google Doodles from Keith Haring to

Written on February 23, 2018 at 1:48 pm, by

On 20 August 1998, a week before a two-year-old Google become an incoporated company, founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin were heading to Burning Man festival. To mark themselves ‘out of office’ on their email signatures, they decided to overlay the famous Burning Man stick-figure on the Google logo (which then came with a Yahoo-style exclamation mark, as if it neededContinue Reading

Room Mate Emir, Istanbul, Turkey

Written on February 13, 2018 at 8:24 am, by

From the candyfloss froth of the reception, to the crisp confines of the breakfast area and the sensual elegance of the 47 suites, the latest Room Mate hotel is a light-flooded study in contemporary chic; cool but also romantic. Credit Lázaro Rosa Violán, whose total remodelling of this period property honours Istanbul’s cosmopolitan past byContinue Reading

James Brunt Organizes Leaves and Rocks Into Elaborate Cairns and Mandalas

Written on February 10, 2018 at 5:06 am, by

Yorkshire-based artist James Brunt employs sticks, stones, and other ephemeral materials to create elaborate ephemeral art. Featuring intricate mandalas, infinite spirals, and one-of-a-kind sculptures, his series of outdoor installations continues contemporary art‘s tradition of creatively using nature as a canvas. Brunt produces his land art in a wide range of locations, including sandy beaches, woodedContinue Reading

Top 10 Picks at the Stockholm Furniture Fair by Wallpaper*

Written on February 10, 2018 at 4:55 am, by

Stockholm Furniture Fair (6-10 February) has long been a fertile launch pad for Nordic brands, but increasingly its sphere of influence is spreading. International brands are unveiling new pieces which they would otherwise hold back for Milan. Portugese brand De La Espada released its entire 2018 collection in an elegant Stockholm apartment accompanied by aContinue Reading

The Artist Ignasi Monreal Illustrating Fantastical Worlds for Gucci

Written on February 9, 2018 at 5:15 am, by

Ignasi Monreal’s artworks are colourful, bold and delightfully surreal. For his vivid illustrations, the 27-year-old Spanish artist draws inspiration from an eclectic range of references – from Japanese Manga to Renaissance art, 20th-century fashion photography to science fiction. The result are his signature fantastical landscapes, inhabited with deliciously incongruous, but inevitably likeable, characters. It is littleContinue Reading

Motivational Poster by Zachary Gibson

Written on February 3, 2018 at 4:50 am, by

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WGSN | Accessories, Footwear & Jewellery Forecast A/W 19/20: Women’s Hardware & Details

Written on February 1, 2018 at 9:51 am, by

If you love Wes Anderson’s Films, You need to follow this Wes Anderson Inspired Instagram Account

Written on January 25, 2018 at 5:21 am, by

In the 25 or so years that Wes Anderson has been making films he has established a genre entirely of his own. His use of symmetry, snappy colour palettes and striking locations is unparalleled, making the likes of The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom and The Darjeeling Limited instant classics, beloved of cinephiles the world over. His followers will be delighted, then, to learn thatContinue Reading

Life Doesn’t Frighten Me by Maya Angelou & Jean-Michel Basquiat

Written on January 10, 2018 at 8:24 pm, by

Maya Angelou’s Courageous Children’s Verses, Illustrated by Basquiat. A priceless primer on poetry and contemporary art for little ones, and a timeless reminder of the power of courage in all of us. Maya Angelou’s brave, defiant poem celebrates the courage within each of us, young and old. From the scary thought of panthers in the park toContinue Reading

“Don’t get killed” is Vivienne Westwood’s message for AW18

Written on January 9, 2018 at 10:42 pm, by

The iconic designer debuts her AW18 collection in a new film. Showing no signs of slowing down in her ceaseless fight against climate change and environmental and societal issues, Westwood has enlisted a diverse group of models – some with their faces painted with camouflage make-up, and one seen waving the EU flag – toContinue Reading

Swedish Embroidery Artist Ulla-Stina Wikander That Turns Discarded Items Into Art

Written on January 5, 2018 at 1:26 pm, by

Discarded household items covered lovingly in discarded cross-stitch embroideries. LOVE. This is the work of Swedish artist Ulla-Stina Wikander, and this is her story behind this body of work: ”For more than 10 years I have collected cross-stitch embroideries and today I have quite a big collection with over 100 different designs. These embroideries have mostly beenContinue Reading

The Country that is San Marino The World’s Oldest Republic

Written on January 4, 2018 at 11:01 pm, by

I’ve personally never heard of San Marino and this is the third time I’ve been to Italy. I guess it’s just one of those places you don’t hear as an outside outsider from across the world. But it was so magically beautiful, we drove from Rimini to San Marino and it took less than anContinue Reading

OkCupid’s Latest ‘DTF’ in Ads That Are Like Little Works of Art

Written on January 4, 2018 at 10:37 am, by

OkCupid is DTF, but not like that. The dating site rethinks that blunt old acronym, originally meaning “down to fuck,” by making it the centerpiece of a new campaign from Wieden + Kennedy New York—with the F word replaced by dozens of enlightened alternatives, leading to phrases like “down to feel fabulous,” “down to forget our baggage”Continue Reading

Jewellery Made from Flowers, Garlic Bulbs and Dried Chillies by Keef Palas

Written on January 2, 2018 at 11:13 am, by

Keef Palas is an ephemeral Mediterranean jewellery brand artfully using Instagram to showcase its highly unusual concept. The jewellery that Barcelona-based Keef Palas produces couldn’t be further from your ordinary pair of earrings, necklace or bracelet. Rather than designing pieces built to last – diamonds are forever, after all – the brand, founded in August 2016 by ClaireContinue Reading

That Fascinating Day at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens

Written on December 28, 2017 at 10:20 pm, by

When we visited New York, we had the chance to do a quick trip tp Philly and decided to see Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens without having any expectations and man were we in for a treat! The Philly Magic Gardens is a nonprofit art museum and gallery space created by Isaiah Zagar’s. Zagar has devoted himself to beautifying the SouthContinue Reading

In a Blink of an Eye Trip to Hong Kong

Written on December 13, 2017 at 5:35 pm, by

Rewind, let’s start from the beginning again.

Written on March 25, 2017 at 8:45 am, by

I’ve always thought that I wanted my blog to represent me, to try and be artsy and cool with tips and interesting articles I read but I just thought to myself, I am 27 this year and have a lousy memory and everyday I don’t write stories about my life is a day that mightContinue Reading

Working Cafes Bali: Pison Coffee

Written on December 13, 2016 at 11:33 am, by

This was such a gem, too bad we found it a few days before leaving Seminiyak! Pison is a 2 storey cafe with amazing desserts. The upstairs area is usually quieter and you will find people on their laptops working (which always makes me feel comforted). The wi-fi is one of the faster ones inContinue Reading

Best Fashion Blog Web Designs 2016

Written on November 15, 2016 at 9:18 am, by

Combining two of my interest, websites and fashion. I’ve been doing some research on the best fashion blogs right now (November 2016), indicating the date as designs trends and styles changes so quickly nowadays. My selection is based on the design, usability and style of the blogs. (and not on the popularity of bloggers) ChroniclesContinue Reading

A sense of belonging 

Written on November 12, 2016 at 5:54 pm, by

Ever feel like you don’t belong? Not in a depressed sense but in a ” I’m too different from everyone else” kinda way. My life is great I have an amazing family and boyfriend and yet sometimes I feel like the people of the earth I’m living in is so different from me. My thoughtsContinue Reading

What is Nasi Lemak?

Written on November 12, 2016 at 5:24 pm, by

Description Nasi lemak is Malay for “rice in cream”, a reference to the rice being cooked in coconut milk, or “richly flavoured rice”. The rice is lightly salted and made fragrant with a knot of pandan leaves added while the rice is still cooking. It is the ordinary man’s breakfast, traditionally served with fried fishContinue Reading