Happy Weekend, Great links ahead: The more you use Facebook, the worst you feel – New study. We aren’t built to live in the moment. Love this tote. The Mule shoes. Islands of Paris, in my next visit’s to-do list. Stella McCartney talks about her inspiration. Framing wallpaper as artwork. What a great idea. Be…Read More
‘The Woman Who Never Existed’ tells the story of a fictional character visualized after reading Eleonora’s words, an actress who only exists in front of an audience, when no one is looking she starts to disappear. ‘The Woman Who Never Existed’ was inspired by the words of the pioneering Italian actress Eleonora Duse’ as better…Read More
Hotel Mono is a chic hideaway set in six historical shop houses of modern design. The beautifully rejuvenated buildings retain original charm with characteristic airwells and Rococo-era windows; slipping into traditional Singapore and interweaving with the city’s urban bustle. Designed for the discerning traveler, each room is differently designed, but the black & white color…Read More
If Only We Fought Just As Hard To Understand As We Do To Disagree.
“Reading is solitude,” Italo Calvino once said, embodying the inspiration behind Thibaud Poirier “Libraries” series. These temples of cultural worship gather communities, and yet the literary experience, and therefore the experience of a library, remains solitary. It is this internal narrative that forms us when we are young, matures with us, and grows when we…Read More
Hi Folks, Hope you had a great week, I can sum mine a great-productive one. happy to welcome the weekend finally ! Few links: KM’s music mix is my new addiction – check out their new one. Lovin’ the new Gallery & Co. branding. SimpleParenting is hiring! Social Media expert opening is now available. Thinx…Read More
In The Blue Journey series, photographer Gabriel Isak invites the viewer to enter a dream world, where solitude is more than just being alone. It is a world of soul searching and dream interpretation, spun from a web of psychological states, which is filled with stimulating knowledge and energy of the self. Solitary figures are concealed…Read More
Amazing bird eye photography by Australian Mr. Bo, inspired by the raw beauty of nature, the spirit of adventure and an insatiable drive to explore the horizons beyond ordinary. Seeking extraordinary captures has driven him to devise and explore extraordinary means to view the object from a unique angle. See more work and shop here, and…Read More
Creative has many forms and shapes. When dealing with creative studios & agencies, you expect to see creative in everything they do, this is when you know you have the right people on board. Excellent example comes from the Chicago based creative agency Segura in their great creative contract : “You give me money, I’ll give…Read More
So, I’ve reached my 50th list. a great milestone. yeeey ! Great link-pack ahead: A very important read – Kids who use smartphone start talking later. Don’t suffer in silence “When the Bough Breaks” is a MUST watch movie about postpartum. When choosing is impossible. Advice vs. Feedback. That one single word is a game changer.…Read More
Shalom, what’s you’ve been up to this week ? aside from full power great initiatives I’ve been planing my upcoming Paris visit next week. How to eat healthyish in Paris ? Yes, you can. Raising a mindful kids. Great children book for adults as well. What Happened, Miss Simone? fascinating documentary about the raise and…Read More
As much as i love wine, when it’s getting warmer outside, i am a great sucker for the cocktails. They are fresh, beautifully served and have that certain chic that goes very well with a summer outfit.. I’ve rounded-up few of the latest i stumbled upon while on the search for new one to try…Read More
Happy Weekend Everyone, few great links ahead Habits of influential people (Loving #2 – ‘They are graciously disruptive’) Parenting in digital age. Great read. Few things you need to know. (not really, but nice) Very powerful campaign for Pantone© featuring the refugee crisis by Erdem Omur. A great Israeli coockbook – Breaking Bread by the talented…Read More
Don’t decrease the goal. Increase the effort.
American artist Lee Price, in a hyper-realistic oil painting series “Woman & Food” explores the very complex relationship woman had with food. In Price’s paintings, food serves as a symbol for the many distractions we create to keep ourselves from being conscious and present in our lives. When I’m having difficulties in my life food…Read More