Girl Pool

‘In the Swimming Pool‘ is Maria Svarbova‘s largest series yet, originating in 2014 and continuing to develop to date. Sparked by a hunt for interesting location, her fascination with the space of public swimming pools contributed to developing her visual style.  Each of the pictures a different pool, usually built in the Socialist Era, in…

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Few Things of Note #68

Hello! The first week of 2018 was very good to me. how about yours? This is too funny 🙂 Obsessed with those golden candy jars. KM20 – voted best fashion store for 2017 for very good reasons. 5 hours, and you’ve got yourself this amazing house! Lovin’ this little shoulder bag. Couture by Evelyn Bencicova. Are you a…

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Isn’t it funny how day by day nothing changes, but when you look back eveything is different.

~ C.S. Lewis 

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Few Things of Note #67

Hi Hi, Last roundup linkpck for 2017, see you in 2018 🙂 Love your customers. Best of workspaces interiors for 2017. Dilemma! lol 🙂 Ignasi Monreal X Gucci – SS-2018 The best fashions of the 50’s Breakfast Burritos. Must give it a try! Marriage Timeline, what a great DIY idea. Perfect >>

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The Line – Youthful Impressions

A brilliant photoshoot by Hanna Tveite for The Line holiday campaign. The Line is a modern and personal approach to retail. They bring together carefully chosen fashion, home, and beauty items and place them in context through inspiring editorial features and intimate offline shopping experiences. Recall the way you once dressed in your mother’s silk evening dress, pairing it with pearls and…

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Rules for Working in a Studio

Wise words by Seth Goding  Don’t hide your work Offer help Ask for help Tell the truth Upgrade your tools Don’t hide your mistakes Add energy, don’t subtract it Share If you’re not proud of it, don’t ship it Know the rules of your craft Break the rules of your craft with intention Make big…

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Interactive Fashion by Ying Gao

A fashion designer and university professor, Ying Gao has achieved personal distinction through her numerous creative projects. Gao questions assumptions about clothing by combining urban design, architecture and media design. She explores the construction of the garment, taking her inspiration from the transformations of the social and urban environment. Recognized worldwide, her designs are frequently…

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Minimalism: How to Let Go of Things

As much as I admire minimalism styling, decor and color plate, I find it extremely difficult to live a minimalist lifestyle. One essential tip to make minimizing easy and sustainable lead a minimalist lifestyle came from Design Sponge brilliant essay by Grace Bonney: Whether it’s a pair of shoes or a gently-used coffee machine, there’s…

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A Spicy Paloma Cocktail

A great tequila drink presentation I saved for the right moment by Pinch Food Design. Goes like that: 1.5 oz. tequila blanco .75 oz. fresh lime juice 2 oz. fresh grapefruit juice .75 oz. simple syrup 1.5 oz. club soda 1 PINCH of spicy salt (50/50 salt + crushed red pepper) Garnish: edible flowers +…

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Shopping Sale Strategy

After a long weekend of crazy sales everywhere you look, I managed to find the right words to describe the strategy behind a logic non-impulsive shopping method thanks to  Vicki Archer. These are the rules : Look at only what you know you want. Buy as if the item is full price, meaning you would be prepared to…

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Of Unusual Kind – Paper Dolls

Of Unusual Kind is an eclectic collection of paper dolls designed to inspire imaginative play and vivid make-believe. A beautifully handcrafted respite from technology, Of Unusual Kind is a celebration of paper craft, exquisite pattern, and unique, individual style. Inspired by the cherished tradition of paper dolls yet adorned with Anja Kroencke’s whimsically modern, hand-illustrated…

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When I am silent, I have thunder hidden inside.

~ Unknown

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