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Down The River

wow these photos made me yearn to visit Paris again and there isn’t a single shot of the Eiffel tower to be seen. in Down The River photographer Adrian Skenderovic captures the tourist boats (bateaux-mouches) that cruise down the Seine and pass under the many bridges (did you know ...

Flower Interpretations by Harriet Parry

ok i’m calling it, this is the best thing i have seen on the internet this year. it combines my favourite things: amazingly talented creativity + beautiful imagery. it’s like those colour comparisons i used to do (remember them??) but taken to another level. Harriet Parry is an artist ...

The English Rose

Maid Marion, Lady of Shalott, Princess Alexandra of Kent, Tottering By Gently, Boscobel…. these are not names of royalty or even fancy cats – they are all English roses. even Judi Dench has a rose named after her! photographer Luke Stephenson wonderfully captured these beauties in his proj...

Posters as Art

one of my favourite things to do whenever i visit an art museum of some kind is to browse the gift shop and see what cool posters they have for sale. there are almost always really different and well designed graphic treasures to find, as well as the classic art exhibition posters (think Matisse...

Rosie McGuinness

Rosie McGuinness is an illustrator who lives in London and “works at the point where fashion drawing meets life drawing”. she also sells some prints here.

Goodies No 34

hi friends!!! i’m so excited to post again in such a long, long time. things have settled down in my life a little bit as of late – i find myself with time some mornings to post (when Axel is at school, i have help with the baby and i don’t have any real work to do – the magical trifecta...

Portraits by Wilfrid Wood

if there’s one instagram account that always brings a smile to my face it’s that of British artist Wilfrid Wood. he studied graphic design at Central St Martins in London, went on to work in publishing and when he got bored of that he applied to train as a ‘headbuilder’ for the satirical puppet TV show ...

Santo Sospir: The Tattooed Villa

on the tip of Cap Ferrat, between Nice and Monaco, sits villa Santo Sospir – almost unchanged since it was built shortly after WWII. Alec and Francine Weisweiller used it as a holiday home, and the walls were empty until Jean Cocteau visited there in the summer of 1950… “When I stayed at Santo Sospir in t...

rrres

rrres is based in Oaxaca and Barcelona and currently work with local artisans in Mexico to make these amazing one of a kind handmade rugs. they also have fantastic photos of their travels in their diary.rrres is a project made of places, people, traditions and culture. All our pieces are handmade,...

Ashley Seil Smith

I grew up one of five girls in southern California and the conservative south, which led me to ask questions in adulthood about feminism, intersectionality, interculturalism and privilege.  My personal – and much of my editorial work – centers around these themes, though I also work on much lig...

2019 Calendars

i have been doing calendar round ups since 2013 (unfortunately I skipped 2018) and this year i have over 25 to show you! this will probably be my last post of the year as we go on holiday this week. i hope you all have a wonderful holiday season. see you in 2019! Gorgeous Greek Gods made me ...
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